Does anybody take any bacon over?
If so do you take it frozen or fresh etc?
Nick n Ang
I take it frozen,wrapped in a t towel,into a cool bag,then packed in the middle of the case. Been doing it this way for years and years, never had a problem.
We take bacon and sausage on lots of holidays. Vacuum pack in breakfast sized portions. Freeze and wrap in a towel in the middle of luggage. You'd be surprised how long it keeps cool for. Don't take to India but do take spreadable butter frozen , put in a sandwich bag and placed in luggage the same way.
We always take bacon, eggs, sausages, tin of tomatoes and a sliced loaf. Can of peaches and a carton of cream.
That's a right feast CrissLin. One or two of us wouldn't mind an invite :0)
I used to work with a bloke who took his frying pan on all of his holidays abroad (except the cruises!)
Not got enough to go round yorkie but could do you a nice bit of goan bacon lol
We take just about anything we might want over the months, smoked salmon, ham, bacon, sausages, butter, cheese and buy it last minute checking the prepacks for the longest date then store in fridge until transferring to cold bags in our hold luggage, we do not freeze as it might defrost before getting to the apartment but do freeze it in Goa only leaving out what we will use before sell by date
Our hold luggage is often over 60% food if you include tins, packets, the mince pies, a couple of Stollen and other Christmas treats
Did you know that you can get egg,bacon and tomato in a tin. You have too be carefull on opening the tin, in case you break the yoke !!!!
I wish. Could add to the tinned beans with sausage
Welloutofit, how long does that lot last you and do you ever actually need to go out to eat?
Can you get any clothes in your suitcase?