Going To Antarctica: Lemaire Channel

When Kirk asked if I wanted to go to Antarctica months ago, I didn't actually think out the logistics. Like just how far we'd have to travel. How many planes my butt would grace. How long it takes to fly from Seattle, Washington to the end of the world, Ushuaia, in Argentina. Ushuaia is the… Continue reading Going To Antarctica: Lemaire Channel

Trail Cooking

Cheesy Hamburger Rice

An easy to pull together FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking) recipe, with directions for One Pot Method as well. Boil water, and 15 minutes till dinner time. It's that simple. It's like mac n' cheese with rice instead of pasta, but with lots of tasty protein packed hamburger. If you don't like corn, add in any… Continue reading Cheesy Hamburger Rice

Freeze Drying · Trail Cooking

Freeze-Drying Banana Bread Slices

All the rage in the fall was having freeze-dried pumpkin pie coming out of your freeze-dryer on the groups and forums of avid freeze-drying loyalists on Facebook and similar. Don't get me wrong, freeze-dried pumpkin pie is pretty phenomenal. The secret are those massive pumpkin pies, sold at Costco in the fall, thinly sliced, then… Continue reading Freeze-Drying Banana Bread Slices

Trail Cooking

New FBC Recipe: Beef Alfredo Rice

An easy FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking) recipe that will fill you up on the trail! Beef Alfredo Rice has plenty of hamburger, along with corn and bell peppers and a smooth sauce to give flavor. Beef Alfredo Rice Pack in a quart freezer bag or sandwich bag: 1 cup instant rice ¼ cup freeze-dried ground… Continue reading New FBC Recipe: Beef Alfredo Rice

Trail Cooking

Pinoy Adobo Chicken For The Trail

Long ago a reader shared their Chicken Adobo recipe with us, a Pinoy (Filipino) recipe. Not the Mexican dish, that shares a name only. Pinoy is made with soy sauce and vinegar, with a hint of sweet, where as the Mexican version is spicy with chiles and warming spices. Important to know so you are… Continue reading Pinoy Adobo Chicken For The Trail