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  1. BigSkyDuk

    BigSkyDuk Elite Refuge Member

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    What kind of Cadillac blinds do some of you have that you’re cooking up these big meals? I ain’t carrying all that junk out with me, and I’m not making room in the boat for a stove or grill either! I’m there to hunt, not cook! I do my cooking back at camp!

    But, to answer the question, a sammich, chips or pretzels, jerky, couple cold beers and a few tugs off the flask usually get me through the lunch hour :tu
     
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  2. TheDuckSlayer

    TheDuckSlayer Elite Refuge Member

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    hell yea
     
  3. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Good brats from the butcher shop
     
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    BigSkyDuk Elite Refuge Member

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  5. Neighbor Guy

    Neighbor Guy Senior Refuge Member

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    We put a griddle on the fan tail of the pontoon blind.

    Egg Samiches,
    Burritos
    Omlets
    French toast
    Griddle Cakes
    Hash

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    I stand in the water to cook, slide behind the blind if birds are working.

    Best part is if the wind is working right it sends the aroma of cooking out to the other blinds and has a way of convincing other groups it’s time to go get breakfast.

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    A hot meal in the blind is a good way to extend the day. Specially if it’s cold out and you have kids with you.
     
  6. seiowa

    seiowa Elite Refuge Member

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    Is that the lil Sunbeam grill? I got me one of them.
     
  7. longshot

    longshot Senior Refuge Member

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    We had a client of several years show us a duck blind meal that is one of the best. It looks TERRIBLE, but will stick to your ribs for sure. We call it the "douggie" after the client.

    1# sausage crumbled up
    1# bacon chopped
    1 chopped onion(cook all together until done DRAIN GREASE)
    add
    1 dozen eggs(cook until done)
    add
    1 can rotel(drained)
    1 can diced potatoes(drained)
    1/2 block velveta cheese
    stir until cheese is melted

    serve on tortilla shells
     
  8. salthunter

    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    years past most of our shoots were short and sweet. No slow time to cook.
    More often than not I would crack the lid on a MT dew and would spill it ,. then again,.. and again , and we were done.
    A few donut crumbs stuck on the reeds of the calls
     
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  9. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    You know not sure might be a old weber or Colman is nice and compact
     
  10. seiowa

    seiowa Elite Refuge Member

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    I got an old sunbeam that is damn near identical. That’s a nice compact one too. Good for blinds, campsites, tailgates etc. the one I have you gotta take care of tho cuz it sure ain’t built to last
     
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