You are a hiker who likes the finer things in life, even if it means packing in wine in your backpack. You want fresh foods. You are there for the views, the company, the fresh air. Yes, it might only have been a 3 mile hike in, but your classical music is playing softly, your […]
Two new recipes added to TrailCooking recently – S’mores Granola Bars: Pasta Primavera: Enjoy!
Pizza on the trail can be done. And it can be done easily, with minimal mess and taste so good…..How does this look? Tasty right? These are “Last Minute Meat & Olive Pizzas” from our book, Trail Eats (find on pages 78-79), and I had to share the recipe on TrailCooking. Because good food should […]
A long time ago, I had a thing for creating trash-eroles. Nothing like emulating the foods I grew up – trash casseroles made with canned cream o’ soups and smothered in tater chips. I had a blast making these for trail time…. There was also a time, before the days of Minimus, when getting single […]
Recent finds have been piling up for review – so we got busy to try them out! Spotted at our local Safeway was new flavors of Kraft Parmesan Cheese in Rosemary & Garlic and Classic Italian. Something new to sprinkle over your rice and pasta dishes! Kirk was excited to receive samples of Quest Nutrition’s newest […]
Last December I tried out my first meal from Paleo Meals To Go, their Beef Mt Stew. I was pleasantly happy with the meal, finding it filling and satisfying. We received a few more flavors to try out and up first: Savory Chicken and Vegetables is marketed as lunch, but would work as dinner just as […]
Trail Eats came out of the print column in Wa Trails Magazine we wrote, from 2009 to 2013. The book features 50 of my favorite recipes from the column, including: Breakfast • Bars, Balls & Noshes • Lunch • Soup • Dinner • Desserts Three of my favorite One Pot Meals are on the website and I have shared them […]