We have two recipes for the chilly fall weather in the just out new issue (November/December 2009) of Washington Trails - a hearty chowder and a pasta dish. Look for us on pages 23 and 33. To see one of the recipes open the PDF for "Snowshoe Mount Baker". ~Sarah
Kirk and I have been paring down on what we will be carrying in the future in the store on Trail Cooking.We have big changes coming up in our family and are getting ready for them by simplifying the business. And to start off the holidays we are having a sale! These are all limited… Continue reading Holiday Deals
This was a meal I wondered about - would it work, how would it taste? The meal for review was Green Bean Cuisine by Pack Lite Foods. A simply packed 3.5 ounce dry meal that is vegetarian friendly for one. It is a one pot meal, simply bring the dry ingredients and 1 1/2 cups… Continue reading Commercial Meal Review: Green Bean Cuisine
This recipe is another in the "Last minute trip...what do I take to eat?". It is a hybrid style meal, using your pot to cook the pasta but a bag to mix it up for easy cleanup. Find the recipe for Artichoke and Mozzarella Pasta on Trailcooking. The base for the meal is the often… Continue reading Grocery Store Meals: Artichoke and Mozzarella Pasta
A reader's question prompted me to write on the subject of baked ramen. For a short time baked ramen was once again easy to find (it had been popular in the late 1980's through the early 1990's) when Nissin brought out a great baked version. To which they canned this year.....sigh! You might still be… Continue reading Baked Ramen Hard To Find?