Tag: camp cooking

In Focus: the Jetboil Flash Cooking System

| February 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

You want to be comfortable when camping and food is certainly a big part of that comfort. We like the Jetboil Flash Cooking System so much we decided to show it off a bit in a new “In Focus:

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New Gear Jitters with the Jetboil Flash Cooking System

| February 2, 2013 | 1 Comment

The other night I had the new gear jitters, and I had them bad. I’m talking about the feeling you get after buying a new product that you just can’t wait to try out.

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Dutch Oven Cooking – Getting Started

| January 4, 2012 | 3 Comments

Biscuits, just a few simple ingredients is all it takes, but how you bake them will make a world of a difference. If you have yet to experience the warm, buttery taste of biscuits cooked in a Dutch oven after a long day of paddling or hiking, you seriously need to add it to your top ten lists of things to do this year.

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Firing it Up!

| November 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

A look into micro-stoves and burners for camping and paddling trips When I take off for an overnight paddling trip this time of the year, I set aside the granola bars, beef jerky and dried fruit for a warm hearty meal at the end of a long day and a hot cup of coffee in the morning. With limited cargo space and in some cases, time, I direct my attention to what I call micro-stoves — compact, lightweight and easy to use.

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Photoblog: Family Fun on Inks Lake

| December 30, 2010 | 1 Comment

Occasionally, we think it’s best to let photos speak for themselves. Amy, ACK’s Office Manager, took her family out to Inks Lake State Park in central Texas for a fall weekend camping trip and was nice enough to share some photos of her experiences.

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Camp Recipe: Kate’s Couscous Paella

| December 24, 2010 | 0 Comments

Over the years of participating in camping and paddling trips, I’ve grown a little tired of the pre-made, just add boiling water meals. They are great for expeditions that require light packing but I have discovered with a little planning, backcountry cooking can be a lot of fun and easy to prepare!

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