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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

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Grizz’s BBQ Bowl Revisited

The original recipe was given to us by Perry, a hiker who I ended up meeting far later on in person at a blogger convention. He shared some of his go-to recipes (he was a chef) that he'd take with him on hiking trips. So the original dates back close to the start of the… Continue reading Grizz’s BBQ Bowl Revisited

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Pinoy Sinangag Garlic Fried Rice

Sinangag Garlic Fried Rice is a simple Filipino fried rice, yet so good to eat. It warms the body, and fills you. And yes, you can make this Pinoy recipe on the trail easily with a few tricks - and no wok needed. It's pretty close to how I make it at home for my… Continue reading Pinoy Sinangag Garlic Fried Rice

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FBC Recipe: Corn Chowder

It's winter and to me that is warm soups. Not just for backpacking either, day trips are worth the bringing of gear along - a small stove, small pot and a meal to prep. You'll get hydrated and warmed up for the return trip back to the car. Directions for both FBC (Freezer Bag Cooking)… Continue reading FBC Recipe: Corn Chowder

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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