Trail Cooking

Herb Beef with Mushroom Gravy Revisited

Herb Beef with Mushroom Gravy was an early recipe on Freezer Bag Cooking (which became TrailCooking). It's fun to come back to these old recipes that didn't have photos, and also upgrade the ingredients used. There are so many more choices with ingredients than there was 15 to 20 years ago. The recipe was a… Continue reading Herb Beef with Mushroom Gravy Revisited

Trail Cooking

Cold Day Chicken Rice

I was thinking of a meal to eat recently, on a cold afternoon. That would fill me up but not leave me tired after eating. Rice doesn't bog me down like pasta. Some chicken, celery, onion, gravy mix and then I drizzled tart cranberry sauce on at the end. It filled me up and gave… Continue reading Cold Day Chicken Rice

Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Commercial Meal Review: Thrive Life Creamy Beef with Rotini Pasta

Thrive Life Creamy Beef with Rotini Pasta is a new meal this past month to the lineup of hiker-friendly meals that is coming out for sale. The price for each bag is $17.07 for retail, if you buy using Monthly Delivery it takes it down to $14.51 a bag. The meal has a 20 year… Continue reading Commercial Meal Review: Thrive Life Creamy Beef with Rotini Pasta

Trail Cooking

Thanksgiving In A Bowl

We have done many Thanksgiving themed recipes over the years, this time it's an "all in one meal" that is carby stuffing with the extras added in. It's comfort eating for sure, but with lots of protein added. It's FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking) friendly, and we've provided 3 methods for making this quick dish. We… Continue reading Thanksgiving In A Bowl

Trail Cooking

Chicken Salad Recipe (No Cook)

With a couple freeze-dried ingredients you can have a quick no-cook lunch, snack or even dinner for the trail. The recipe itself is gluten-free, but as always read the labels on mayo packets to be sure. I served it on street taco sized tortillas, Mission makes keto friendly ones now, called Zero Net Carbs Tortillas… Continue reading Chicken Salad Recipe (No Cook)