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Recipes. Bourbon Bread Pudding. Bread pudding is the ultimate way to end your
day, or start it. Recipe by Jennifer Bowen. Omelette In A Bag. Forget special ...

Recipes: Easy Pasta & Rice Camp Meals | Backpacker Magazine
10 reinventions of trailworn dinner recipes. Plus some easy breakfast and dessert

Backpacker Recipe Center
recipe header. Tiramisu · tiramisu ... >3 Gotta-Try-Em Gorp Recipes ... i was kinda
expecting more recipes, im pretty sure i could make something better than this.

Dirtbag/Gourmet Recipes: Curry | Backpacker Magazine
Dirtbag/Gourmet Recipes: Curry. Spice up your backcountry menu with this
flavorful and satisfying Asian staple. by: Megan Eckman & Jeffrey Opp. Thai Red

Reader Gorp Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
"This recipe is designed to keep those bad numbers down and save wear and
tear on aging arteries. The secret is the corn nuts: They're low in fat, but salty ...

Top Chefs: Reader-Submitted Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
We taste-tested a stack of your recipe submissions–everything from pasta to pub
food. These four winners emerged as the best of the bunch.

Dinner Recipes for the Trail | Backpacker Magazine
Whip up a four start meal with these trail side recipes.

Camping Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even desert recipes that are easy and tasty
campground meals.

Reader Gorp Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
A panel of hungry editors sampled the recipes, sampled them again, and then
voted for their favorites. Between bites, we came to a few conclusions:.

Breakfast Recipes for the Trail | Backpacker Magazine
Breakfast Recipes. Start the day right with these out-of-the-ordinary breakfast
treats. by: BACKPACKER Editors and Contributors. Blueberry-Hazlenut Rice
Flour ...

Dirtbag/Gourmet: Stew Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Dirtbag/Gourmet: Stew Recipes. Warm your belly with these hearty dishes. by:
Megan Eckman and Jeffrey Opp. Chicken Pot Pie (Justin Bailie). 1. Chicken Pot ...

Recipes: Perfect Pancakes | Backpacker Magazine
This gluten-free variation on the traditional recipe serves up superlight cakes.
RECIPE: BEER PANCAKES Reason #57 to love a good brew: The carbonation
in ...

Fun Oatmeal Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Basic recipe 1/2 cup instant oats 1 tsp brown sugar 2 tbsp dried milk (approx. 4.5
oz. per serving) Combine ingredients in a quart-sized zipperlock bag. In camp ...

Winter Camping Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Winter Camping Recipes. From curries to seafood soup, these gourmet meals
mean you never have to have a hot dog again. They'll also warm you to the core

Winter Camping: Recipes & Menu Planner | Backpacker Magazine
These recipes are fortified with extra warmth and calories for winter camping.

Dinner Camping Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Dinner Camping Recipes. Restaurant-quality dining on the trail. Choose from
Mushroom and Tomato Orzo with Pesto or Chicken Posole Wraps for your next ...

Appetizer Camping Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Unwind after a long hike chilé fondue, French bread bruchetta, or an Asian
peanut dip.

Readers' Choice Issue 2011: Reader Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
BACKPACKER readers submitted scores of simple, delicious recipes. Here are
21 taste-tested favorites.

Recipes for the Trail: Fish Feast | Backpacker Magazine
Recipes for the Trail: Fish Feast ... and fry 'em (which seals in the tasty flavor) with
these four easy recipes. ... I tried the mustard sauce recipe on walleye.

Blueberry Recipes | Backpacker Magazine
Aug 22, 2014 ... Take advantage of fresh, wild blueberries with a few of BACKPACKER's favorite

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