We’ve been loving the idea of ready-to-eat “packet meals” on our day hikes or first day of backpacking trips. These are quick and easy to prepare at home, and take away all the prep time needed for your trail lunch. If you’re trying to make the most of a quick weekend before the snows come, […]
Our friend Adan (otherwise known as “Tallkan,” if you want to follow his adventures on Instagram) is on his yearly traditional trip to June Lake right now. We’re jealous.
A couple of weeks ago we camped at Leo Carillo State Beach with my sister-in-law and her family. They have three kids who are 7, 9 and 11. We’ve been camping with our kids plenty of times before, but this trip was the best one yet.
I recently bought a cookbook called Feedzone Portables, literally, by looking at it’s cover. There is a picture of little portable packet meals, and I realized that this is a type of meal that is really worth focusing on. We take a lot of climbing day trips or quick overnighters whenever we can get away […]
Pie Irons are a bit old school, but they are a fun way to enjoy campfire cooking as a group. Use your pie iron to quickly make pressed recipes of any kind!
Its time to start getting excited about that deliciously sweet summer produce. Corn in particular is showcased in this summer chicken salad sandwich recipe. Get outside and enjoy!
This surprising Butternut Squash Tahini Spread recipe comes from the cookbook “Jerusalem, A Cookbook” by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi. It’s an easy and delicious recipe to accompany you on a picnic or hike.
This Spicy Asian Pasta combines the best of Asian and Italian cuisine. Fresh vegetables in a spicy savory sauce play well with penne pasta to create a hearty meal.
Fried egg sandwiches are always welcome, and are quick and easy to make to order in your pie iron. Make pie iron fried egg sandwiches on a lazy morning camping.
Asparagus with Mustard Orange Vinaigrette is one of my favorite asparagus recipes, adapted for the campfire.