I came across this book today as a couple more old trail cookbooks showed up in the mail. Backcountry cooking by J. Wayne Fears was published originally in 1980. (See here for the authors website). The book is fine but the vintage cover had me cracking up: Love the guys tongue that is hanging out… Continue reading Corny Book Covers
It is that time of year! Turkey Day! So if you are planning a hike, do you need some tasty ideas? FBC Hybrid Thanksgiving On The Trail Thanksgiving On The Trail (This is a great read which includes a DIY cranberry sauce recipe) Roast Chicken with Cranberry Sauce Cranberry Chicken Rice (can be made with… Continue reading Hiking Over Thanksgiving Week?
If you live in one of the 32 states with a Papa Murphy's location be sure to take a look on your next visit for a great buy on shelf stable herby Parmesan cheese. Fully shelf stable it does not require refrigeration and is pack friendly size - just tuck in and go. And cheap… Continue reading Food Find: Shelf Stable Cheese
In the past couple years finding dried eggs has become harder unless you buy them online. It used to be normal to find cans of egg whites sold in the baking/flour aisle but not so these days. While egg whites don't work as great for making hot or cold nog drinks or for scrambles they… Continue reading Source For Dried Egg Whites
I love, love, love Kendall Mint Cakes (yeah, you either love or hate them!). Now though, for the most part the only way I can get my fix is to order them directly from the UK. While they ship quite fast.....gasp....paying as much in shipping as you did for the candy is breath taking. A… Continue reading Faux Kendall Cakes