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
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?
Kirk and I were talking last night when he prompted my memory of a recipe he made for me many years ago. We were hiking on a nasty day, in pouring rain, in the North Cascades. It was November so it was also very cold. He pulled out a freezer bag of dry couscous, dumped… Continue reading A Recipe From Past Years
The original recipe that we re-did was not shelf stable due to carrying drained corn from a can. This also took an already heavy meal and made it even heavier. It also used a lot of bags to carry the components. By changing a few things slightly the whole meal is shelf stable and easier… Continue reading Recipe Re-Do: Southwest Chicken Corn Wraps
A newer packaging version of the classic Tuna and Chicken ready-to-eat salads offered by BumbleBee®. Each package weighs in at 3.5-ounces. The older version came in a plastic clam shell package, this version is packed in stiff paper. Find inside a small can of meat/fish with an easy pull back foil lid, a spoon and… Continue reading BumbleBee Shelf Stable Salads