Hanger is a real. But it is also preventable. However, when you are traveling preparing for the inevitable need to eat can get a bit more complicated. But because the constraints around eating on a car trip vs. hoping on a plane are quite a bit different I'll focus for now on air travel. Let's break it down to the main constraints.
You might disagree with me but I think there are two things that stop most of us from taking adventures. The first is the pull of the mundane inertia of our everyday lives and the second is our own perception that we aren't the sort of person who ventures out.
The inspiration for your camping meals doesn't have to come from camping. Most of ours actually come from random things we eat either around San Francisco or while we are traveling.
So I love pancakes. I am also a little bit lazy so I don't make my own mix I prefer for someone else to deal with the mess of combining all the ingredients. You can fault me, but that is just how I feel about the whole thing.
CampEats was started as an experiment with a mission. This endeavor has always been to get families to connect to the outdoors through food. But how we were working to do that has changed a few times. It is about to change again, and this won't be the last time. And that is totally normal.
We are excited to join the Sierra Club for their Wilderness Outdoor Weekend in Lake Tahoe. It will be a full day filled with FREE hikes and other adventures like standup paddle-boarding and climbing.
Our CampEats team has been busy working on all sorts of new noms based on feedback from our early customers. People are loving our breakfasts and lunches! And from what we're hearing those are the two hardest meals to plan when you are on the road.
It seems like simplicity is all the rage right now when it comes to food culture. Now I am not talking about Paleo or Farm to Table cooking. You may have heard of the new app Not Recipies launched by the popular foodie blog Food52. It's all about things you've made a million times that you could explain how you made them in a few moments. Think that conversation you had with your neighbor about making asparagus where you shared that you like to use a little lemon juice and a pinch of sea salt to give the steaming water a bit of a punch.