Zucchini Gummy Candy? Oh yes. Don’t be afraid – and be sure to not let anyone know what you made them out of – till after they have tried them. This recipe was inspired by a post on Common Sense Home. I figured if I could score a free bloated zucchini, even the better. And […]
We added a new page on Dehydrating 101, on Sun-Dried Tomatoes today – Enjoy!
Dehydrators come to mind once one gets into planning for cooking & eating on the trail, and quits the MountainHouse meal plan (you know – 2 bags a day and 3 energy bars!). And wants to start DIY in the food bag! Spring is a great time to start, your dried items will be fresh […]
Ski posted this recently of his experiments with dehydrating shelf-stable Indian meals, found in many stores and also of the Trader Joe’s branded version. Enjoy his work – it might inspire you! First a look at two brands – to get an idea of the nutritional stats: Tasty Bites Channa Masala Ingredients: Onions, Water, Chickpeas, […]
Ready to be inspired again? Ski posted another of his dehydrator creations and I get to share it with you all! Ski’s Pork Stew Ingredients: 2 pounds ground pork 1 large onion, minced fine (I used a Walla Walla Sweet) 14 tomatillos, peeled, washed, stems removed, and cut up 6 roma tomatoes, cut up 1 […]
After helping a fellow poster on the NWHiker forums this week, I had to ask him if I could post his write-up and photos – and share it with everyone. Enjoy taking a peek at Ski’s homemade spaghetti sauce. If you love a rich flavored red sauce, this is the one for you! (Or is […]
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 […]