chuck wagon

noun
Western U.S. a wagon carrying cooking facilities and food for serving people working outdoors, as at a ranch or lumber camp.

Origin:
1860–65

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chuck wagon
 
n
a wagon carrying provisions and cooking utensils for men, such as cowboys, who work in the open
 
[C19: perhaps from chuck² (beef, food)]

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Example sentences
Guests can participate in hayrides and chuck wagon cookouts.
Start the day before a ride or lesson with a hearty chuck wagon breakfast at
  the ranch to plan a full day of cowboy adventures.
The farm has three stocked ponds and a chuck wagon next to a fire pit for
  barbecues.
Mealtimes on a working ranch range from chuck wagon barbecues to buffet-style
  suppers.
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