Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Meal Review: Campfare Meals

I came across Campfare Meals due to a ad on social media and decided to try out 3 meals from them. Finally having a sunny (though chilly) day in the PNW, we got out for a hike and lunch. Watching the ferry cross the Salish Sea from Whidbey Island to Port Townsend, on the Quimper… Continue reading Meal Review: Campfare Meals

Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Chicken Fajitas

Chicken Fajitas are an awesome choice for dinner, be it at home, on the road at a restaurant or in camp after a long day of hiking. And they don't have to be hard to make. Be sure to check the notes at the bottom of the recipe for ideas and tips. The recipe uses… Continue reading Chicken Fajitas

Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Meal Reviews: North Idaho Snackables

Awhile back a friend of mine from my previous town connected me to a small company run by a friend of hers, who she had met after moving to Idaho in the last year. I love connections like this as you find things you wouldn't normally come across. North Idaho Snackables is run by a… Continue reading Meal Reviews: North Idaho Snackables

Trail Cooking

Chicken and Mushroom One Pot Pasta

An easy to prep one pot pasta backpacking recipe, using freeze-dried mushrooms, onion, garlic, and chicken to lower the weight. The flavor of this dish comes from the freeze-dried mushrooms (which don't need the soaking of air-dried mushrooms that one buys in the grocery store, though they can be used instead - I have found… Continue reading Chicken and Mushroom One Pot Pasta

Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Food Find: Ruvi Smoothies

If you are on Facebook or Instagram, you are sure to have seen ads for freeze-dried smoothies. There are 2 companies in the market pushing it, Ruvi and Kencko. I was doing research on both companies and was going to do a comparison of the two. However, Kencko doesn't sell a trial or starter kit,… Continue reading Food Find: Ruvi Smoothies