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Here's a rough draft for ya cheezz...
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Posted to Thread #18933 at 3:06 am on Sep 5, 2010
Bread + for lunches
Pancake mix w/syrup
Cereal - lots
Assorted lunch meats/sliced cheese (+ for grilled cheese)
Dill pickles (spears)
Hot dogs, mustards, ketchup, mayo
Canned tuna + more for pasta salads/tuna fish salad
S & P in two-pack
Dollar store plastic mixing bowls
Paper bowls for cereals?
Few jugs of V-8 Splash or Diet V-8 Splash
Fruit for snacking or beach (plums, seedless grapes, watermelon)
Chips and dip
Burgers (lots of ground beef)
Sliced cheeses (for lunch too)
Homemade pasta salads in large quantity (I make a simple elbow macaroni pasta salad using 1 lb. elbow macaroni, 2-3 cans of light chunk tuna, chopped onions, French’s yellow mustard, mayo, ground pepper, salt, celery seed.
Frozen meatballs and spaghetti/sauces/parm – colander?
Salisbury steaks with mashed potatos (small Worcestershire sauce & two tubs of ready-made mashed taters would go a long way including a fry-up for breakfast). Don’t forget packets of gravy or Boston Market (my favorite).
Stouffer’s Family-size meat lasagna (frozen)
Gorton’s beer-battered fish fillets & shoestring
fries & tartar sauce
Other messages in this thread:
- 18933. Challenge - feed 9 people, 2 meals a day, in a sparse kitchen in Hawaii - cheezz - 1:51am on 09/05/10 (19)
- Here's a rough draft for ya cheezz... - FloriSandy - 3:06am on 09/05/10
- What a fun trip! We also travel to places with a kitchen or kitchenette. Not only does it save $, - barb_b - 7:41am on 09/05/10
- Be sure at Costco to get a couple of rotisserie chickens, maybe a spiral sliced ham [NT] - PatBastrop - 8:52am on 09/05/10
- Can you find out ahead if the apartment has a grill? That would make a big difference in what you - Joe - 10:42am on 09/05/10
- Most condos in Hawaii are pretty well stocked. Certainly no tart pans but - CathyZ from Kauai - 12:22pm on 09/05/10
- Cathy's Chinese Chicken Salad is excellent with fresh mango! Made it 3 times in the past month! [LINK] - Michael in Sarasota - 12:31pm on 09/05/10
- Cathy, is the kahlua pork just a seasoned, roasted, shredded pork? I mean, is it dry-no sauce? [NT] - cheezz - 12:38am on 09/06/10
- It is Kalua not Kahlua-Cooked in a pit in the ground. No sauce. Seasoned this way: - CathyZ from Kauai - 12:23pm on 09/06/10
- It's on my Costco list! Thanks so much Cathy. BTW, I knew it was 'kalua' not 'kahlua' - mistyped! [NT] - cheezz - 3:23pm on 09/06/10
- I assume it is breakfast and dinner you are making- right? Here is a bfst idea [LINK] - CathyZ from Kauai - 12:57pm on 09/05/10
- I vote for a ham. Use for dinner one night then breakfasts/sandwiches. - Melissa Dallas - 3:49pm on 09/05/10
- I would have said ham too but I know our Costco on Kauai does not carry them - CathyZ from Kauai - 6:52pm on 09/05/10
- WOW! so many GREAT ideas everyone.... have made copious notes! The resort is [LINK] - cheezz - 12:33am on 09/06/10
- Have been there- very nice timeshare resort- yes, it has grills [NT] - CathyZ from Kauai - 11:55am on 09/06/10
- Great! Are the grills near each unit, or in a common area? [NT] - cheezz - 3:24pm on 09/06/10
- Grills are near each building not all in one common area [NT] - CathyZ from Kauai - 12:04pm on 09/07/10
- Good to know.... I'm sure they will be utilized! [NT] - cheezz - 6:51pm on 09/07/10
- Costco here has frozen pkgs of marinated beef, I think called carne asada, but in citrus marinade or - AngAk - 3:12pm on 09/07/10
- I've seen that but never tried it. I'll add it to the list - thanks! [NT] - cheezz - 6:52pm on 09/07/10