Get the flavor of pizza on the trail with a fraction of the effort.
Getting outdoors to give thanks doesn’t have to mean dehydrated meals.
Take the holidays outdoors with this portable feast.
Upgrade your mac and cheese by swapping fluorescent powder for old-world flavors, veggies, and spices.
Tasty, fast, easy: What makes tacos great at home also makes them great in camp.
Love to catch, afraid to cook? This foolproof method is for you. Bring some bread to mop up what’s left of the juices.
Fresh accessories help upgrade the backcountry version of this classic Middle Eastern meal. Got leftovers? One word: breakfast. 2 servings
East meets South in this filling finger food. Option: Sub in tofu for a vegetarian version of these chicken tacos.
Go beyond ramen to fulfill your noodle cravings. By skipping the fish sauce, this popular Thai treat works even for day seven.
Do the hard work at home, then carry this luxurious meal base for a fun, easy first-night treat. We’ve given you four variations, but the trail potatoes possibilities are endless.
This is an easy-but-upgraded, 3-ingredient version of everyone’s favorite tuna noodle casserole.
These ingredients are all nutrition powerhouses, with antioxidants, healthy fats, and complete proteins.
Make a personal pizza pie—or three—for dinner, or as an appetizer for a crowd. It takes just three ingredients and it's super-easy.
Toasting spices is a time-honored way to guarantee an even bigger flavor burst. Bonus: Hearty quinoa is a complete protein.
People are always impressed with this authentic-tasting Indian dish. Don’t tell ’em how easy it is.
This Buckeye favorite has rich mole flavors without being especially hot. It’s thinner than normal chili, and usually served over hot dogs or spaghetti.
This gourmet entree is high-end eatery good, but easy to make over a campfire.
This easy-prep appetizer is frontcountry fine, but easy enough to make at your campsite.
Bold flavors for the backcountry.
Jerky as an inspired way to treat meat and a great conduit for flavors.
Light and easy to carry, but with gourmet flavors.
Quick-prep, three-ingredient dinners.
This dish is packed with protein and vitamins A & C.
Cooking trout over a campfire is amazing with this great recipe.