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Trail Food Hacks, Part 2:  More work, more taste

Trail Food Hacks, Part 2: More work, more taste

So Ramen and Knorr sides were never your thing, but Mountain House dinners, at $8 a pop, are just too expensive for what, in the end, is unimaginative food (Chili...

Dec 20, 2016 : Linda Vance
Dehydrating 101: Here’s What You Need

Dehydrating 101: Here’s What You Need

Does the thought of ramen every night and peanut better every morning not appeal to you? Are you an aspiring backcountry gourmet chef? Are you a foodie who worries that...

Feb 20, 2016 : Connor Adams
Eating Well on the Trail

Eating Well on the Trail

How to feast like royalty, without having to clean up like a scullery maid. When I began researching what to eat on my prospective thru hike of the Appalachian Trail...

Apr 14, 2015 : Kate Spillane Balano
Food Review: Good To-Go Backpacker Meals

Food Review: Good To-Go Backpacker Meals

Let me ask you something: How many backpacking meals taste great? And not just because you’re so trail hungry that any form of calories tastes like a gourmet meal, but...

Jan 7, 2015 : Laura Houston