We opted for a 20-mile Smoky Mountain back-country hike and 7 miles of this trip was calf-burning, steep incline. We'd
Of course I was chosen to get the camp food together for this venturesome weekend. Keep in mind I was going for light on packing the lbs but still satisfying. The best meal was planned for our first day.
1 box of Tony's Red Beans and Rice
Kielbasa (I froze it the night before so it would thaw but not go bad)
1 Corn on the cob
Hot sauce (a mini bottle optional)
1. Cook the beans and rice according to the package instructions.
2. Mix in sliced kielbasa and let it simmer while you cut the corn off the cob. Then mix in the corn.
3. Wrap a few tortillas in aluminum foil and toast them at the edge of the camp fire. Scoop your beans and rice combo into a warm toasty tortilla and chow down.
It was delicious and easy cleanup! We brought a couple of mini bottles of champagne to toast our success.
What are some of your favorite camping foods?