cooking in the truck

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking in the Truck | Trucker Recipe Forum' started by beezle, Jun 19, 2007.

  1. Finalsomnia

    Finalsomnia Medium Load Member

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    Why, whatever do you mean? RoadPro is so good you'll end up buying it over and over and over again....
     
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  3. boggerman

    boggerman Bobtail Member

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    I have a single burner style coleman, but I use it outside on nice days.
    In the truck I have a bagle toaster, aN electric oven, and a hot plate, and a slow cooker.
    They all run off of a 1500-2000 watt inverter.
    I plan my meals and when I go to Walmart each week, I buy just what will fit in my refrigerator, plus soup and sandwiches while I'm working.
    I found that I could prepare decent meals for around $7.00 versus almost $20 everytime I eat in the truck stop.
    The slow cooker is my go to. I can put a meal on in the morning when I get ready to hit the road, have part of it when when I stop for my break and the rest when I stop for the evening.
     
  4. Lepton1

    Lepton1 Road Train Member

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    ^^^ THIS ^^^ 0.jpg
     
  5. KMac

    KMac Road Train Member

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    I have been using a Road Pro lunchbox cooker for over 4 years now. Never a problem with it. Not every day, but a couple times a week.
     
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  6. ladywrongway03

    ladywrongway03 Heavy Load Member

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    Making beef stew in mine as we read
     
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  7. ladywrongway03

    ladywrongway03 Heavy Load Member

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    The lunchbox is great for warming,baking,and toasting.I make stew,chicken and dumplings,meatloaf,baked potatoes,breakfast casserole,biscuits and gravy.it's great.it doesn't take up much room and it fits between the wall and your mattress so it won't tip over
     
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  8. reverendhandy

    reverendhandy Medium Load Member

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    Until I got a truck that actually had a fridge/freezer combo, I ran a $99 Haire Fridge/freezer combo from Walmart. Since I never have any one in the truck I put it in place of the passenger seat.
    I have a slow cooker, a toaster oven, and a hot plate with two pots and a small iron skillet. There isn't any meal I can't cook with those items and my inverter.
     
  9. Boattlebot

    Boattlebot Road Train Member

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    I like mine. Same fridge. I put it behind my driver seat. Company didn't care that I ripped out half the cabiniet. They actually loaned me the tools to do it hahaha

    They also drilled a hole in my floor to run wires for a dedicated inverter
     
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  10. KMac

    KMac Road Train Member

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    Rotisserie Chicken???

    :D:D:D
     
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  11. reverendhandy

    reverendhandy Medium Load Member

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    Not rotisserie, but one heck of a baked chicken, and I do a mouth watering fried chicken. Have also done chicken chow mein.
     
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