Keeping energized while backpacking enables you to push farther along the trail to get to that fantastic vista you’re after, making backcountry cooking a key skill. Hygiene, bear safety, culinary creativeness and kitchen efficiency make backcountry cooking a life-time skill. Enjoy our articles and tips on how to maintain a top-notch kitchen in the wild.
Think carrot sticks are just for school lunches? Then you clearly haven't enjoyed the transcendent crunch of raw veggies on the trail--a luxurious, healthy backwoods snack.
Take your fresh-caught trout to the next level with this recipe from Charlie Borrowman, cooking instructor for Wolf College at Washington.
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