If you love eating meat and you love pouched chicken (I was at Target this weekend and they had the 7 ounce pouches of Valley Fresh for $2.64!!) then you might have tried out one or two of my chicken salad recipes. Making up chicken salad is easy while hiking, it is filling and high… Continue reading Who Likes Chicken Salad Recipes?
As seen on hiking forums are posters wondering what do with the Harmony House Backpackers Kit - which I might add you can find at most REI stores as well. (Though I might point out that I consider the Deluxe Sampler to be a better buy - it has more variety!) So what to do… Continue reading Got Dried Goodies? Need Recipes?
I love using lentils in our meals - be it at home or on the trail. They are easy to use, pack well and last for a long time. The key of course for outdoor meals is to use cooked and dehydrated lentils. Unless you are rolling old-school style and cook over a fire, spending… Continue reading Dehydrating Thoughts: Canned Lentils
Showing up in stores are the 5 pack boxes of Emerald Breakfast On The Go. The 3 flavors we found were "Berry Nut Blend". "S'mores Nut Blend" and "Breakfast Nut Blend": Each packet is 1.5 ounces: We tried out the Breakfast Nut Blend as it was artificial dye free, the S'mores one isn't (marshmallows often… Continue reading Food Find: Breakfast On The Go
Another food find from Cost Plus World Market is the 3-ounce shelf stable Dry Salamini (Salami) by Busseto. The 3-ounce package is the perfect size for 2 people to share. It is a rich tasting meat with a deep flavor from wine. The texture is snappy, with a nice bite. It pairs well with a… Continue reading Food Find: Busseto Salamini