Lentil Recipes

Legumes can be overwhelming to those not used to eating them – from the texture to taste, but lentils seem to make most anyone happy. I love the earthy taste, but also how small they are. They rehydrate quickly and can go into hot or cold dishes. Tips? You must cook the lentils in advance […]

Meal Review: West Memphis Grits Souffle

Meal Review: West Memphis Grits Souffle

Grits

A recent breakfast pick was West Memphis Grits Souffle from PackitGourmet: A filling single serving meal, it is easy to prep, with either “cook in bag” or “one pot” directions. As noted on the package, if you cook it in your pot, be sure to use a slick non-stick pot, freeze-dried cheese can and will […]

From Trail Eats: One Pot Chickpea Pasta

Have you seen Trail Eats yet? 50 trail-tested recipes, with nearly all of them photographed. The Kindle version is in full color, with an interactive front index (and no, you don’t need a Kindle to read it), the print version is in B&W. One of my personal favorites is this tasty vegetarian feast, One Pot […]

Simplicity In A Meal: Beans & Rice

Simplicity In A Meal: Beans & Rice

comborefried

When I first made this recipe years ago for hiking, I based it on a simple “recipe” I had eaten a lot of in my college years. In those years I would make a batch of rice and mix into it a can of vegetarian refried beans, and if I was feeling all flush, some […]