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
I have been poring over Trailcooking lately, looking at older recipes and considering re-doing them. Updating, changing methods and whatnot. And hey, you might see recipes you hadn't seen before! One that picked my interest was Tuna Bruschetta, a recipe I came up with a number of years ago. It was a no-cook FBC friendly… Continue reading Recipe Re-do’s: Tuna Bruschetta Sammies
From the March/April 2011 issue of Washington Trails Magazine are these two new recipes - Savory Tuna Salad: Peanut Butter Granola Cups: ~Sarah
If you love eating meat and you love pouched chicken (I was at Target this weekend and they had the 7 ounce pouches of Valley Fresh for $2.64!!) then you might have tried out one or two of my chicken salad recipes. Making up chicken salad is easy while hiking, it is filling and high… Continue reading Who Likes Chicken Salad Recipes?
Salsa makes so much better taste wise (the ketchup of modern times?). If you can find packets of it great, but they are not so easy to come up with. The best I have found for convenience is the picante packets at McDonald's. It is mild and spreads easily. If one asks nicely they may… Continue reading DIY Salsa, Dehydrating Salsa and Dry Salsa Mixes