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I'm sure this wouldn't qualify as "gourmet", but a fairly simple meal is pasta with meat sauce (or non-meat) from a jar. You can augment the sauce with spices, and of course the pasta doesn't need refrigeration. In addition, you can make garlic bread with real garlic or garlic powder and olive oil instead of butter (since no refrigeration is the request).

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If you want commercially prepared stuff, check out the various ethnic markets in your area. Around here there are a lot of small shops run by folks from the former soviet countries. They import specialties for their community. I've had various spreads and appetizers that are meat based and definitely gourmet! ( They carry the best chocolates also!)
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Spam
Jerky
Smoked Salmon
Any meat can be canned
Salt Junk
Deli Hams
Refrigeration
Freezers
Live animals

If you truly want the best meat at sea, bring some ducks, miniature pigs or a calf in a crate.

Personally I only eat fish, we all know where that comes from!
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DUH. I just realized I totally misread the original post. I thought it asked about gourmet MEALS. Totally misread it. Ha ha. Sorry about that!

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Tager / Live animals are at the top of the list so far.

OK........let me rephrase this, how about thinking alonv the lines of;

linguini w/ white clam sauce and whit wine.
oysters rockefeller
shrimp almond ding / stifry w sake
s oked ham & wild rice w//chardinay

these can be done on a modest budget if there are no realy big eaters.

Any idezs along these lines?

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If I get this, you want fresh seafood with out refrigeration.

Catch it yourself.

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I boil or steam my fresh caught crab for about 10 minutes then I shuck/shell them. then I sterilize some small canning jars, push in the crab meat almost to the top, add a pinch of salt, a teaspoon of olive oil and I can it using a pressure cooker for 18 minutes. Good for a long time and it tastes almost like fresh crab.


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Tager / Live animals are at the top of the list so far.

OK........let me rephrase this, how about thinking alonv the lines of;

linguini w/ white clam sauce and whit wine.
oysters rockefeller
shrimp almond ding / stifry w sake
s oked ham & wild rice w//chardinay

these can be done on a modest budget if there are no realy big eaters.

Any idezs along these lines?

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Hmm, White Wine, Sake, Chardonnay... I don't think big eaters are your budget busters...

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Gourmet...not sure what qualifies here. One persons gourmet is another's scrapple..

Many dried and canned items to spice up rice and pasta dishes, sun-dried tomatoes, chiles, beans, capers, olives, roasted peppers, oriental veggies, like bamboo shoots and water chestnuts, baby corn... the sky is the limit here. Dried fruits make great sauces and relishes. No one reinvents the protein ( fish, chicken, meat, ) but it uis how they are prepared and what accompanies them which can make them "gourmet".

Many types of rices, grains and pastas are dried with great variety such as kasha, barley, basmati, jasmine, wild, aborrio, buckwheat, cornmeal etc.

A simple polenta (cornmeal(, made one day and let set, then dipped in a flavored oil and grilled and topped with a sun dried tomato, kalamalata olive, baby corn relish drizzled with ponzu sauce makes a great simple "gourmet" meal.

Most true chefs can take ordinary ingredients and "see" a creation in them. You can do the same if you are willing to experiment and sometimes fail or succeed and improve what you did.

What I am saying here is that there are many ordinary ingredients waiting for someones imagination to turn them into a "gourmet meal"

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There are several canned meat suppliers on line. Yoders is one, there are others. Google

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