Recently we were sent Survival Hax’s Camping Cook Set to check out. A 10 piece mess-kit style set, designed for 1 to 2 people (though, for me, I’d say 1 person is perfect), and priced to buy at under $23. For a starter kit, especially for those just getting into backpacking or the outdoors, this […]
A round-up of some of the latest food finds – Bear Naked Custom Made Granola: They make savory granola. Yes! And so many other options. This is an awesome gift to give – the packaging is awesome, and the granola? Some of the best I have had. It’s fresh, and isn’t jaw tiring. It’s snack […]
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!
Friday we woke up to a sunny morning. I wasn’t feeling like driving far, so we went to Kanasket-Palmer State park, which is only a few miles away. It sits on the Green River and in summer is a relatively safe place to let kids enjoy river time. Now in off-season? Well, pay attention to […]