Here is another great trail food segment from our trip to the 51st Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. I made a Ham & Swiss Garlic Pimento Cheese Bread under the hood of my Jeep while we were out on Flat Iron Mesa Trail.
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Ham & Swiss Garlic Pimento Cheese Bread
Loaf of fresh garlic bread (If you choose to use frozen, make sure it is thawed)
1 cup pimento cheese (I used smoked gouda pimento cheese from Sam's Club)
Swiss cheese, sliced (or your favorite cheese)
Open garlic loaf and lay flat, with buttered sides up.
Spread pimento cheese evenly over the buttered garlic bread.
Add cheese slices, followed by the ham.
Carefully, put bread back together and wrap in 3 layers of aluminum foil.
Add to your jeep and go for a ride. Be cautious on where you put your food under your hood. And make sure that nothing is going to leak out. You want the sandwich to be compressed so it doesn't move all around, but your don't want it to be squished because then you could encounter some leakage. You don't want that! This will take about 3-4 hours and the cheese will be perfectly melted. We recently did this garlic loaf on the Flat Iron Mesa Trail in Moab, Utah for the 51st Anniversary of the Easter Jeep Safari. We checked it after an hour or two and it wasn't quite melted, but after 3+ hours it was perfect.
Pretty much everything I use can be purchased at any Walmart or Sam's Club. The reason I choose those is because when we are out Jeeping, you can always find a Walmart close to any town or trails. And when you are traveling and towing your Jeep, you don't have a lot of space in a cooler or hotel refrigerator to make home made dips. It's easiest to buy them pre-made for quick and easy prepping and cleanup.
Of course, this can also be baked in the oven. Bake for 20-30 minutes, or until cheese is thoroughly melted, at 350 degrees F.