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piperaw
2012-07-02, 11:05
This fall I endeavored to walk the southern "half" of the AT from Harper's Ferry. Within a week I had landed myself with a wacky hiking partner who thankfully enjoyed food as much as I did. My mom joked that we should write a book about our experiences...and we sort of did. Mostly to keep ourselves entertained, we kept track of every wild food invention we made around the campfire; and gathered suggestions from everyone we met. Most of you can probably sympathize with our experience...so here it is ya'll...the Appalachian Trail Cookbook. Please enjoy!


https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B9W2HJ79a4SkZW1ZRFVkNlp5aGM/edit


Note: Fee free to respond on this thread with your own wacky trail-inspired recipes!

SGT Rock
2012-07-02, 16:45
I just looked at some of those recipes, some looked pretty darn good.

sheepdog
2012-07-02, 21:47
I thought this thread was about Skids......

Skidsteer
2012-07-02, 21:50
Hey!!

Skidsteer
2012-07-02, 21:51
Wanna know a secret?

Peanut butter makes me nauseous.

Lugnut
2012-07-02, 22:07
Wanna know a secret?

Peanut butter makes me nauseous.

You had her worked up to that point? Wow! :ahhhhh:

Skidsteer
2012-07-02, 22:19
Y'all are retarded.

cool breeze
2012-07-02, 22:27
I eat peanut butter at home. It makes me nauseous when I'm hiking.

Weary
2012-07-02, 23:05
Some excellent recipe ideas. All of us who are into walking -- as opposed to posting -- should take notice. If I manage to make it to Chimney Pond this month I'll try out a few.

SGT Rock
2012-07-02, 23:07
I cannot stand peanut butter either, but some recipes don't have peanut butter in them.

Crikey
2012-07-03, 16:29
I like peanut butter. This makes me nauseous:


http://youtu.be/s8MDNFaGfT4

Hog On Ice
2012-07-05, 10:57
You had her worked up to that point? Wow! :ahhhhh:


+1 for Lugnut

joedperk
2012-07-11, 23:28
Goodness... for us newbies these recipes sound hard core for sure... is this what I will become... hmmm I wonder if your affected more by walking alone...

Bearpaw
2012-07-11, 23:31
Goodness... for us newbies these recipes sound hard core for sure... is this what I will become... hmmm I wonder if your affected more by walking alone...

Walking alone for a few thousand miles definitely takes its toll. That's why I hike with my Teddy bear, Dewey. Now I always have great conversation, wherever I hike!

Lugnut
2012-07-11, 23:51
[QUOTE=Bearpaw;287576That's why I hike with my Teddy bear, Dewey. Now I always have great conversation, wherever I hike![/QUOTE]

Yeah, that's the freaky part! :aetsch:

Elder
2012-07-12, 00:35
Yeah, that's the freaky part! :aetsch:
No, it's the unexpected answers from Dewey.

Hog On Ice
2012-07-12, 07:01
hey - its better than walking along cussing out your ex. or walking along singing Gilbert and Sullivan badly

Big Mac
2012-07-12, 10:06
I usually walk along cussing the PUDs.

Superman
2012-07-12, 10:43
I hate ramen noodles. I usually carry a couple packages on my pack because they are light. They are my insurance policy in case I miss-fingured on my food. I usually finish hikes with the same ramen in my food bag.

Big Mac
2012-07-12, 13:23
I hate ramen noodles. I usually carry a couple packages on my pack because they are light. They are my insurance policy in case I miss-fingured on my food. I usually finish hikes with the same ramen in my food bag.

You can't eat them by themselves - you have to throw shit in with them.

Crikey
2012-07-12, 13:33
You can't eat them by themselves - you have to throw shit in with them.

That's one way to pack out your shit. Or maybe not.

Bearpaw
2012-07-12, 13:55
You can't eat them by themselves - you have to throw shit in with them.

I often fill a little snack size ziploc with parmesan cheese and bacon bits. Adds a lot to ramen.

I like peanut butter on bagel thins or flour tortillas, but I don't it any where near ramen or any other pasta. I've never found any other peanut sauce I cared for with pasta.

Big Mac
2012-07-12, 16:31
Bacon bits are good, I've thrown in some pepperoni also.

Hog On Ice
2012-07-12, 17:19
ramen, tuna pouch, instant mashed potatoes to make a sauce,and seasonings can approximate a fish chowder fairly closely

Kanga
2012-07-12, 18:26
You can't eat them by themselves - you have to throw shit in with them.

How many times do we have to tell you to stop throwing shit?! Dammit! Get in your room!

Hog On Ice
2012-07-12, 19:04
How many times do we have to tell you to stop throwing shit?! Dammit! Get in your cage!

minor correction

Russell
2012-07-12, 19:11
http://www.justhungry.com/instant-ramen-and-cup-noodles-are-very-very-bad-you

Bearpaw
2012-07-12, 19:20
http://www.justhungry.com/instant-ramen-and-cup-noodles-are-very-very-bad-you

All those fat calories make it a good option for hiking. Glad I never liked it enough to eat at home.

Big Mac
2012-07-12, 20:51
How many times do we have to tell you to stop throwing shit?! Dammit! Get in your room!

Yes'm.

Russell
2012-07-12, 21:21
Throwing shit is MonkeyBoy's job.

GrahamDarcy
2012-07-27, 04:26
I think peanut butter can make anything edible. I use it as spread even when I eat meat :) Sounds perverted I know, but I just can't help it