I discovered Korean food when I first moved to Los Angeles and instantly fell in love with it. One of my favorite dishes is sundubu-jjigae which is what this Korean Soft Tofu stew is based on.
The golden hour has just passed and the sun’s warm rays are slipping away. The excitement of the day is starting to wear off and the anticipation of food and a cozy sleeping bag become the focal point.
We’ve been out camping almost every weekend lately, and this past weekend was no exception. We taught a campfire cooking class to a small group of new friends, and made this now famous Albondigas Soup.
It’s the beginning of Fall and the perfect time to go backpacking. This year I had the chance to take a couple backpacking trips and it got me really excited about going into the backcountry again.
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, […]
I found the most wonderful cookbook recently. It is (of course) The Great Outdoors Cookbook by Sunset. This recipe is almost directly from it.
Going camping right now? Here are some quick, one-pot recipes with only five main ingredients! Don’t let food hold you back from getting out to play the moment you’re ready.
Try this Spicy Korean Lentil soup for a light but hearty meal. Combining of Hot & Spicy Korean BBQ sauce, lentils, cabbage and Daikon, this meal-worthy soup makes for a tasty bowl full of flavor.
Olives in paprika sauce are a delicious snack to take on any trip. Crisp olives hold up well, but absorb the flavors of the sauce as well. True “dirty gourmet” material.
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.