Have you ever made breakfast burritos on a boat’s dashboard? If you’re spending time on a boat this summer, this is a must try recipe! Use a boat’s dash board to make breakfast burritos by simply placing cooked eggs and tortilla on the hot dash. How to cook on a boat A boats dash board is a consistently warm place on the vessel. This area is typically located above the steering wheel and control panels and in-between the helm’s window. The glass protects the dash area from wind and spray, and creates a sun room that traps all the heat passing through the...Read More
Month: June 2017
A fresh salad may not be a traditional hiking snack, but you will be surprised how beneficial salads can be to your body’s wellness and recovery. Find out why our Healthy Hiking Salad is the perfect adventure snack. Hiking salad benefits Eating raw vegetables is a great way to replenish vitamins and minerals that are often lost through sweat during exercise. Plus, veggies can help you stay hydrated! Many vegetables contain a high amount of water that when eaten can aid in the body’s hydration. Salads are versatile vessels, that when stored properly will last all day without needing...Read More
Healthy group dessert Tropical Fruit Crumble is essentially a fancy and more elaborate version of oatmeal that is easy to share and great for feeding a big group. All you have to do to make this dessert is: Boil Water Soak dried tropical fruit Add oats and dry seasoning Cook on low for 5 minutes Top with granola and serve to hungry friends The best gear for cooking We used a Sea to Summit X-Pot on a JetBoil Base Camp Half Gen Stove. The X-Pot folds small to fit in a pack, but expands to a large sturdy bowl...Read More
Bourbon Buffalo Stew is a hearty one pot meal made to feed a big group – without a big pot! Our recipe is a unique approach to saving fuel and providing individual personalization for each serving. Get the recipe below, and find out why Bourbon Buffalo Stew is a must try for your next group adventure. Group camping recipe Bourbon Buffalo Stew is cooked in a rich spice-heavy sauce, and served with dehydrated mashed potatoes. This recipe is unique; 8 servings are cooked in a small pot. Add dehydrated mashed potatoes to neutralize the amount of spice and flavor...Read More
Packing fresh ingredients on long trips can be difficult since most fruits and vegetables spoil quickly or are too heavy to carry. Preserve your perishables with ziplock pickling. Pickling is a method of preservation by filling a vegetable with acidity, which discourages the growth of bacteria. HOW TO PICKLE VEGETABLES Trail pickling might sound like a wild idea, but Ziplock Pickling is a creative way to preserve vegetables in the backcountry. If done in small batches using light vegetables, you can keep the weight of each pickled bag minimal. The bags are easy to pack and will last for a week if stored...Read More
Lets face it, camping is a lot of work. After getting everything set up and a fire going, the last thing you want to do is worry about making a complicated meal. Fortunately, we have 5 easy to make camping meals that taste fantastic and are easy to prep, cook, and clean. Camp Cooking The key to a successful camping meal is to keep it simple! Remember, being in a remote location means you won’t have many modern conveniences such as running water or an abundant fuel supply readily available. Great outside cooks use versatile ingredients that can be prepped, cooked and cleaned easily....Read More
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