Freezer Bag Cooking · Insulated mug method · One Pot Meals · Trail Cooking · Vegan · Vegetarian

Oatmeal To Go: Our Newest Book

If anything, attending IFBC a few weekends ago left me so inspired. I suddenly had ideas that had me wanting to finish, and I felt very focused. One project was creating a fun manuscript out of orphaned recipes from my other cookbook manuscripts. Frankly, writing cookbooks isn't glamorous, nor exciting. It is a lot of writing,… Continue reading Oatmeal To Go: Our Newest Book

Freezer Bag Cooking · Insulated mug method · One Pot Meals · Trail Cooking

Fall Soup: Bacon & Corn Chowder

I was inspired to re-do a recipe from the past, a clam and bacon chowder. It though, was a one-pot soup, and called for flour. Update it a bit, gluten-free if possible and be ready for cold fall nights....add in spicy bacon and leave out messy clams. Recently, Dani brought me a gift from a… Continue reading Fall Soup: Bacon & Corn Chowder

Dehydrating · Food Finds · Freezer Bag Cooking · Insulated mug method · One Pot Meals · Trail Cooking

DIY Meal Vs. Commercial Freeze Dried Meal

On TrailCooking we have section Dehydrating 101 that is full of useful info to get you going (and we also have even more here on the blog to check out). I wrote this entry on the original blog for Freezer Bag Cooking (before it morphed into TrailCooking) and dates back to 20o7 or '08. I added it the website… Continue reading DIY Meal Vs. Commercial Freeze Dried Meal

Food Finds · Freezer Bag Cooking · Insulated mug method · One Pot Meals · Trail Cooking

Wild Planet Salmon & Recipes

Over the past year I have become a huge fan of Wild Planet Salmon in Pink and Sockeye. It has amazing flavor, texture and is in pop-top cans (meaning no can-opener needed). The cans are full, leaving minimal salmon broth and are boneless/skinless (they use whole pieces of fish, not packed in broth..which is yucky… Continue reading Wild Planet Salmon & Recipes