Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Meal Review: Wild Zora Foods Caldera Chicken Curry

For those who follow a Paleo, gluten-free or an allergy friendly diet, finding commercial trail meals can be a hard venture. Much is based on cheap carbs - which don't get me wrong, can taste great and fuel you - but are not always friendly to the body. Wild Zora Foods joined up with Paleo… Continue reading Meal Review: Wild Zora Foods Caldera Chicken Curry

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River Time & a Burrito Bowl Review

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… Continue reading River Time & a Burrito Bowl Review

Food Finds · Trail Cooking

Food Find: Happy Hour Pico de Gallo Salsa

Happy Hour Pico de Gallo Salsa from PackitGourmet is an easy-prep, cold water side: Simply add ½ cup water, seal bag and gently shake. Let rest 10 minutes, and instant Pico de Gallo dip. Pack in some tortilla chips, and instant mid-day break! The dry mix would also work well added to instant rice for a… Continue reading Food Find: Happy Hour Pico de Gallo Salsa

Food Finds · Freezer Bag Cooking · One Pot Meals · Trail Cooking · Vegetarian

Meal Review: West Memphis Grits Souffle

A recent breakfast pick was West Memphis Grits Souffle from PackitGourmet: A filling single serving meal, it is easy to prep, with either "cook in bag" or "one pot" directions. As noted on the package, if you cook it in your pot, be sure to use a slick non-stick pot, freeze-dried cheese can and will… Continue reading Meal Review: West Memphis Grits Souffle