Today’s backcountry recipe comes courtesy of Grace Lasota of the Maine Conservation Corps. Hearty and easy to prep, cheesy burritos can be extremely satisfying after a full day of hard work. Feel free to spice up the recipe with veggies, or
It is essential to be able to brew awesome coffee in the backcountry! The ratio of 2 tablespoons of coffee per cup of water works great, but can be tweaked if you like your coffee a little stronger or weaker. Don’t
A hearty, one-pot rice meal, Vegetarian Jambalaya takes advantage of a flavorful seasoning mix to achieve backcountry perfection! Can be made with any type of rice, whatever you prefer, although quick cooking varieties do much better in cold weather. Veggies
Peas and black pepper lighten this hearty backcountry gnocchi dish, which can be cooked in less than fifteen minutes. Peas can be dehydrated at home or found easily online, although fresh peas are undeniably tastier. Ingredient Portion per Person Gnocchi
This is a fantastic backcountry recipe for smaller groups, typically best for 1-4 people. Bonus points are scored for bringing fresh greens into the backcountry. Spaghetti with Sardines and Arugula is healthy, filling, and easy to make.
Food that sticks to your ribs in the backcountry is absolutely essential. This one-pot Thanksgiving dinner is hearty, quick, easy, and won’t break the bank. Perfect for satisfying a trail crew, or feeding a hungry group of mountaineers.
Nothing defines the rugged outdoor chef quite like dutch oven cooking over an open campfire. Our recipe for mozzarella and ricotta stuffed shells is a quick, hearty, and affordable dinner, perfect for a group meal on cold nights. Ingredient Portion
These breakfast burritos are quick, filling, and delicious! Experiment with different combinations. All of the ingredients on this list will keep for at least a week, provided they are kept out of the heat as best as possible. Powdered eggs