Some recent food finds: Ellyndale Q Cups – This one I really wondered if I would like it. I won’t lie, it has a strong earthy smell (due to the mushrooms). However, it is very good – and a lot more filling than you will think. The cup comes in at 190 mg of sodium […]
I was going through recipes that had never been published, from a dusty pile, and added them to the website this week. Parmesan Cheese Herb Seasoning – Sprinkle it on rice and pasta dishes for some extra flavor. Kendal Mint Cakes – Have you ever had these? I have…they are oddly addictive. This was a […]
We’re hikers, always looking to cut weight, but not quality. In a hipster world, it’s easy to overlook NESCAFÉ® Taster’s Choice® instant coffee, but maybe you should give it a try. For the first time, or even a new look at it. It’s easy to source in grocery stores, and it’s a bold flavor, perfect […]
Two recipes new to TrailCooking: Chocolate Chia Bars Cheezy Hemp Heart Sauce Enjoy!
Awhile back I had noticed change in a local park, with signs going up and a meadow being taken care of. With an afternoon that was hot, we went out for an easy hike and a picnic lunch. Ravensdale is only a few short miles out of our town, Maple Valley. The park itself is […]
A long time ago, when I was a teen, my parents moved us to The Rock, known as Whidbey Island. I wasn’t happy overall, I lived 10 miles out-of-town, with no car and no transit. The fact that we lived literally across the street from Deception Pass State Park was mostly lost on me. Growing […]
The last time I had a chance to visit the North Cascades was in the summer of 2009. It was clouded over, with no views. So visiting Artist Point, at Mount Baker, on a sunny day is a treat. Mt. Baker sit s a few ridges over from Artist Point, but is huge in the […]