This one pot dinner recipe for Sesame Noodles comes from Trail Cooking: Trail Food Made Gourmet on page 246. It's a filling meal and truly serves 2 large appetites. The recipe is a bit more "hands on" than some, but is well worth the extra effort. It would make a great meal for cabin and… Continue reading One Pot Meal: Sesame Noodles
This easy FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking) recipe comes from page 160 of Trail Cooking: Trail Good Made Gourmet. The recipe includes FBC and One Pot directions. Is ti a savory breakfast? Or is it dinner? It can be either! It's gluten-free and vegetarian as well. Instant Double Corn Polenta In a quart freezer or sandwich… Continue reading Trail Recipes: Instant Double Corn Polenta
Kirk and I were talking about it recently about how much having a Harvest Right Freeze-Dryer changed how we view food, and food waste. I held out the longest of us in buying our unit. The cost is what held me back. It IS a major appliance purchase. It's not like buying a food dehydrator,… Continue reading Freeze-Drying The Holidays
When I first started hiking a lot I'd order meals from Campmor's catalog (and for all of us oldies...the hand drawn catalogs were the best). They carried packets of eggnog drink mix which I'd buy every order. I really liked not having just hot cocoa on trips back then. It was one of my first… Continue reading Trail Recipes: Hot Eggnog
If you want to eat your best in the wilderness, having a well stocked hiker pantry goes far. Being able to grab what you need, and make the meals, means you are less likely to buy prepackaged meals...or eat a bowl of ramen on the trail. Having it well stocked means you can make alllll… Continue reading Thrive Life Black Friday Sale: Stock Your Hiker Pantry!