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Old 12-26-2012, 09:39 AM   #1
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Favorite food to eat or not at wheel

We were traveling this week and DW fixed me some honey baked ham on Hawian rolls. Was great. easy and not messy
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Old 12-26-2012, 02:06 PM   #2
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Anything of the three C's food group: cookies, chips, cake
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Old 12-26-2012, 05:33 PM   #4
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I usually try to not eat while driving. I don't think it's a good idea. That being said I have done it and when I do I want to makes sure it's some food that's not messy so I don't spill on myself and have to take my eyes off the road. Chicken Fingers and things like that are easy to eat with no mess. But, I usually will stop pull over in some park and eat in a relaxed setting.
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Old 12-26-2012, 05:37 PM   #5
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In the car, sandwihes are ok

In the motor home.. Nothing but water or coffee. To have to hold a sandwich is going to take more "Attention" than I care to spare when driving a building. (Thank you Jeff Daniels for that line about driving a building).
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I hate to admit this, but I have driven through Atlanta, at rush hour on I75 with a peanut butter sandwich balanced on my left knee, taking an occasional bite. If I used my right knee, one of the dogs would have scored.
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I don't normally eat while driving, do drink coffee or a soda. But when I do eat while driving it's a Fiber One bar or DW hands me orange or apple slices. Anything more we pull over and have a relaxing lunch.
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I hate to admit this, but I have driven through Atlanta, at rush hour on I75 with a peanut butter sandwich balanced on my left knee, taking an occasional bite. If I used my right knee, one of the dogs would have scored.
"Driving" through Atlanta at "rush-hour" is an oxymoron . "Creeping" through Atlanta at rush-hour is more like it. You could probably safely eat a 7-course meal while doing it.
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You know , come to think of it, it did take 30 miles to eat that sandwich. I never did look at it just hope pups didn't get a lick on it. That is only because they sleep when shifter goes in "D"
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Nothing but bottled water, Neither DW or I like eating while driving. We have found it to be more pleasurable to pull of, Have a sandwich, walk the girls, then hit the road a little more relaxed.
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There is nothing better than a boiled okra sandwich on light bread while driving. You have to lift and eat fast before it falls through the crust.
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Allow me to be the first to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth about the very most irresponsible meal I have ever eaten while driving:

A three-piece KFC meal complete with biscuit, cole slaw, and mashed potatoes.
And to increase the horror:
Not only did I split, butter, and squeeze honey onto the biscuit while driving, the chicken itself was the Colonels' greasiest (original recipe) AND...all thighs, too! I had to keep a whole roll of paper towels handy in case I needed to put my hands back on the wheel...

Best meal I ever got all over me!
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It gets complicated when you have a sandwich in one hand a coffee in the other, and that darned cell phone rings. By time you set your coffee down, and re-position your elbow on the wheel, it's gone to voicemail. Kidding, but it is probably true for some. I used to eat and drink coffee all the time while I was driving, but only on a logging road with no other traffic. I still drink coffee when I drive and now have time to pull over for my meals.
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