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Skills: Food and Nutrition Stories

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Gear Guide 2014: Snacks, Drinks, and Energy Products

Stay pumped all day with these add-ons to your backcountry meals.

Gear Guide 2014: Lunch and Dinner Meals

Lunch and dinner on the trail just got a whole lot easier, and tastier.

Gear Guide 2014: Breakfast Foods

Try these easy first meals for all-day energy.

Winter Cooking Skills

Here's all our best advice about how to cook in the winter, all in one place.

Coconut Cream Chia Pudding

A delectable dessert that you can make without a stove. Recipe by Jennifer Bowen

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 pans and scrubbing off egg residue; get your breakfast fix with none of the mess with this easy method. Photos by Julia Schweitzer

Trail Chef: Tapas

Small plates, big flavors—no stove required.
Recipes by Jennifer Bowen
Photos by Julia Schweitzer

Trail Chef: Super-Pumped Peanut Butter N' Jelly Cereal

Treat yourself to kid-style cereal in this blend that'll actually get you through a grownup day. Photos by Julia Schweitzer

Quinoa Cobb Salad Recipe

Classic Cobb salad relies on a bed of crisp greens, while the trail version uses hearty quinoa. This meal is great after a long hike because it is so filling and nourishing. Recipe by Jennifer Bowen

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