Beer Bread in the Dutch Oven, who doesnt like the smell of fresh baked bread! Again made with simple staple ingredients that can be used in several different meals. Beer bread is the easiest bread I have ever made. Whats really cool is that by using different seasoning and ingredients you can make any type of bread you like.
Clam chowder on a cold and soggy day can be a life saver. Cooking it takes your mind off of the cold and dampness surrounding you and the warm hearty chowder warms up your insides. I actually first tried this meal out on my 3rd trip to the Broken Group with a friend of mine who moonlights as a chef. We committed that year to eat only fresh non dehdrated food.
I love cooking over a campfire. When out on a multiday trip in places where campfires are allowed I always pack my Purcell Trench Streamside Voyageurs Grill. It takes up very little room in the hatch as it is just a 1/4" thick and lays flat against the hull. It is aslo made of Stainless Steel so it does not rust. I have been using mine now for 6 years and it is still going strong.
This has been a smash hit on many a paddling adventure. You can substitue Black Berries for any in season berry you can get your hands on. I personanly prefer fresh berries over the canned pie filling. It also utilizes one of my favorite pieces of cookware, the 10" GSI Hard Anodized Aluminimum Dutch Oven.
This is a favorite of mine easy to make and the ingredients are hardy. You can use Ova Easy Egg Crystals as a substitute for real eggs if you are concerned about your eggs spoiling. The broccoli is great as it holds up to being stuffed into the hold of kayak and keeps for a long time and the dried dill can be used in many different recipes. I use the GSI Bugaboo Frypan to cook this meal because it has a thick bottom and reduces the chances of burning my food.