Backcountry Bread: Chapati

Backcountry Bread: Chapati - By Kay Miller. Chapati is a small, round, earthy tasting flatbread of Northern India and Pakistan, it’s typically make with two ingredients: finely ground whole wheat flour and water. Chapati is super easy to make even when you’re in the backcountry, [...]

Backcountry Bread: Chapati 2017-09-19T12:44:32-07:00

Protein Punch! Couscous with Tofu and Veggies

Protein Punch! Couscous with Tofu and Veggies - You can buy baked tofu, or tofu jerky in most grocery or specialty stores. Couscous is also a good source of protein, and the sky is the limit with what you can add to this easy dish. [...]

Protein Punch! Couscous with Tofu and Veggies 2017-09-19T12:44:06-07:00

Fancy Ramen Noodles

Fancy Ramen Noodles - Why do Ramen noodles always taste amazing when you're camping? Well, I guess everything tastes better when you're camping. You don't have to just settle for plain ol' Ramen noodles soup though! Add whatever vegetables or protein you have on hand [...]

Fancy Ramen Noodles 2017-03-02T18:21:38-07:00

Oatmeal a Day

Oatmeal a Day - This is my "go-to" delicious breakfast while I’m traveling in the backcountry. The ingredients you use can vary greatly. The sky is the limit, so have fun experimenting! I prepare my oatmeal packets ahead of time, at home in plastic zip-lock [...]

Oatmeal a Day 2017-02-15T20:26:35-07:00

Camp Quesadilla

Camp Quesadilla - Super quick! Super easy! Super yummy! This recipe is for making the quesadilla in a pan on a camp stove. Alternatively, you can throw the tortilla on a grate on a low-burning fire, or prepare the tortilla with cheese and veggies, fold [...]

Camp Quesadilla 2017-03-20T10:12:18-07:00