Reader question "What are some go to recipes that are 'Scout Ready' recipes?" From teaching backcountry cooking classes in the past to Scout groups, I know the young men like it simple, hearty, and with minimal cleanup. It also needs ample serving sizes. After all, we are talking hollow legs in these teen boys! If… Continue reading Scout Ready Recipes From Our Latest Book
A few years ago, on a lovely trip in the Cascade Mountains, I took a treat with me called the "Raw Oreo". It was a phenomenal treat. These are for cooler weather trips, where high calorie is essential. If you can have nuts, these are so tasty (unfortunately, now we can't have these in our… Continue reading The Tale of The Raw Oreo
While couscous can be a "love it or hate it" ingredient, it is perfect for backpacking meals. It is nearly instant, precooked and can be prepped with just cold water if you prefer. Being that it is simply a small pasta, it is important to "dress it" up - often those with a negative view… Continue reading Love Couscous? Looking For Recipes?
Chia Seeds have gone from a child's novelty to a "super food" in the past few years. If you haven't tried them, they work well in recipes ranging from energy bars, to shakes, to even dessert! Chia Desserts? Yes. It might take some getting used to, I won't lie, but it is a fun thing… Continue reading Reader Recipes: Chia Desserts
Recently I was asked by a reader about searching for "no cook" recipes on Trail Cooking. The older version of the website had a bit better tagging, but I am still working on it 🙂 This list will also be posted on the No Cook Method 101 page as well, for easy reference. The recipes… Continue reading No Cook Recipe Round Up