Two recipes new to TrailCooking: Chocolate Chia Bars Cheezy Hemp Heart Sauce Enjoy!
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 […]
Ready-to-go menus can be a wonderful tool for overnight backpacking trips. Run by the store, pack up, and go! This collection of 23 backpacking recipes are trail tested, and will give you many choices! 3 Raw Recipes Gourmet Car Camping Fare No Cook Meals For The Trail Dinner And Dessert For Two Pasta, Soup, And […]
Added this week to the Dehydrating 101 section on TrailCooking is Dehydrated Cinnamon Carrot Shreds: We used a great product in the seasoned crispy carrots, Real Salt. I’ve used Rea Salt for years, but had a chance in May to meet the company at a food conference in Utah. If you haven’t tried it, it […]
I had ben working on a Philly Cheesesteak wrap recipe: I hadn’t been happy with the results, so instead I tried a different take, and this time it was perfect. The key was the cheese needed to be melty, and the tortilla crispy. Before it wasn’t. Philly Cheesesteak Quesadilla: Perfect. Everything you might crave while […]
If you have spent time looking over the recipes on TrailCooking, you know we have a wide range of recipes! We have built pages for finding what you need, as quickly as possible. Recipes For Specific Diets: be it Allergy Free, Gluten Free, Vegetarian, or even Clean Eating. These pages are works in progress, and I […]
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 […]