Bratwurst, burgers, hot dogs? Hobo stew? (Potatoes/veggies and meat of your choice in tin foil over the fire.) Chili (although you'd need to lug a pot....)
Freeze the meat before you go, keep it as cold as possibleon the drive, then stick it in the fridge when you get there.
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I'm in need of some advice. I'm going to my family's cottage next weekend, and I've agreed to make dinner one night. Our cottage is very remote--3 hours drive from the nearest grocery store so we have to carry everything in. There's a propane powered fridge, a wood stove, and some propane powered hot plates.
Any ideas for what to cook for 3 people that'll be easy and not too bulky to carry down a steep hill and keep and cook without electricity?
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