Fish Stew

Warm and hearty, this stew makes an excellent meal after a cold day hiking. If you are going to be doing any fishing on your trip adding some fresh fish to the recipe will make it even tastier. Ingredients: 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon black pepper 1/2 cup dried fish (order from Amazon through…

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Chicken Pot Pie

Recipe: Prep time: 5 minutes at home to measure and pack Cook time: 20 minutes Total time: 25 minutes Serves 2 Tools Needed: Pot that will fit two servings Additional pot or skillet with lid or nesting cover Ingredients: 1/4 cup dried chicken 2 chicken boullion cubes 2 tablespoons dried onions 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder…

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Tacos con Wild Edibles

One of my favorite things about tacos is the fresh greens mixed in with the warm and savory meat. Since I wasn’t about to backpack in a head of lettuce I thought tacos were best left for at home. As I was hiking and noticed some dandelions it dawned on me that wild edibles can…

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Apple Cobbler

Who says you can’t have a little culinary luxury in the woods? Apple cobbler is surprisingly simple to make and you will impress your backpacking friends when you whip it up in the middle of nowhere. Up the ante by using my snow cream recipe to give them the closest thing to ice cream and…

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Hiking Camping and Relationships: Article 4

Welcome to our series of articles on Hiking, Camping, and Relationships. This is our forth installment. If your starting out here you might want to go back and start reading at the first article here. Mistakes: On camping trips, and in life, mistakes happen, we take the wrong trail, forget something, burn the food, spill water…

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Hiking, Camping, and Relationships: Installment 3

Welcome to our series of articles on Hiking, Camping, and Relationships. This is our third installment. If your starting out here you might want to go back and start reading at the first article here. Long Drives, quiet hikes, and no distractions for days: In everyday life we have millions of distractions, entertainment at our fingertips,…

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Hiking, Camping, and Relationships, Installment 2

Welcome to our series of articles on Hiking, Camping, and Relationships. This is our second installment. If your starting out here you might want to go back and start reading at the first article here. Setting up camp: How would setting up camp go with your new love interest. Would they sit back and let…

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