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post #1 of 14
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What munches do you take on the road to eat and pass the time? @Trekchick always packs a cooler and a basket with choices like...

 

Water

Pretzels

String Cheese

Peanut butter

Fruit

 

 

What do you pack for your long road trips?

post #2 of 14

baby carrots

celery stalks

Fisherman's Friends

club soda

Underberg

post #3 of 14
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Originally Posted by Philpug View Post

What munches do you take on the road to eat and pass the time? @Trekchick
 always packs a cooler and a basket with choices like...

Water
Pretzels
String Cheese
Peanut butter
Fruit


What do you pack for your long road trips?
Don't forget the beef summer sausage
post #4 of 14

Tim-Bits. Only available in Canada and some select locations in the US. Tim Horton's is a Canadian donut chain, named after a hockey player, naturally. Tim-Bits are essentially the dough from a donut hole rolled into a ball and stuffed with jelly or cream or glazed, sprinkles etc.

 

Once you've had a Tim Horton donut, then Krispy Kremes will turn your stomach.

post #5 of 14

Beef jerkey, chips, honey buns, sandwiches if available..

post #6 of 14
PIZZA, the sloppier the better! Two times last season while on real long interstate drives after skiing with my son we called pizza joints several exits ahead and placed orders. We stopped just long enough to visit the rest room and grab the pizza, then hit the road again. It would have been safer for one of us to eat while the other drove, but who's got the patience for that when you're ski-starved?? Eat pizza with one hand, use other for drinking and maybe steering wheel. If you survive your shirt ends up with a lot of blotchy pizza stains to prove you are hardcore :-)
post #7 of 14

Any of you familiar with the Sterns' web site http://roadfood.com/

 

What I pack above is a kit to supplement what I find there.      That does sometimes mean 'no tuna' :( .

post #8 of 14
baby carrots
pistachio nuts in the shell or maybe cashews
Lays chips (regular)
Club Soda
Roast Beef on light rye if I start the day from home.

All stuff I can eat one handed cuz from where I live every ski vacation is at least 8 hours non-stop

That website just made me hungry, thanks
post #9 of 14

The roadfood.com site just isn't fair - I am trying to lose 30# for ski season.

 

I love "south of the border" tacos. And a lot of that other stuff!

post #10 of 14

Huh, maybe I'm the oddball among road-trippers, but I don't take anything in the car.

I eat breakfast, hit the road for the day, and I don't eat again until I stop for the night.

I sip on a 20oz bottle of Sprite (or 12oz if I cant find the 20oz) throughout the day, though.  But that's it.

post #11 of 14

Smokehouse almonds.  YUM!

post #12 of 14
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Smokehouse almonds.  YUM!

 

Have you tried wasabi almonds or wasabi cashews yet?

post #13 of 14
Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 

 

Have you tried wasabi almonds or wasabi cashews yet?

Yes, I've tried the almonds, very delicious.  Lime chili....not for me.

post #14 of 14

leftover pizza, sandwiches, funyuns (always funyuns), crackers, fruit, water, soda, tea...

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