Backpacking Biscuits, and Böner Gravy! Gravy Recipe: Measure out at home, and place in a zip lock bag to take with you on your adventure! 1/2 cup (42g) Valley Food Storage freeze dried sausage crumbles 1/4 (28g) cup of Nestle Nido milk powder 2 tsp Wondera flour 1 tsp onion powder 1/2 tsp garlic powder… Read More Backpacking Biscuits, and Gravy
Spam Ramen Pad Thai: (2) blocks Ramen noodles 6oz (170g), or 4.25oz (120g) pad Thai rice noodles 1 pouch 2 tbls (32g) Jason’s peanut butter 1 tsp onion powder 1 tsp garlic powder 2 tsp paprika 1 tsp turbinado sugar 1.5 tbsp soy sauce 1 tbls oil 2 tsp red pepper flakes Procedure; boil noodles, and… Read More Pad Thai Spam Ramen for Backpacking
This is a basic recipe for stove top Mac, and Cheese. Ingredients: 5oz (142g) Campanella, Penne, or Elbow Macaroni. (My favorite is Campanella.) 1/4 cup or 2.4oz (68g) Milk. (I use 6g of Nestle Nido dried milk powder with 62g water) 1 tbsp Wondera Flour (AP is fine) 1 tbsp Butter 2.5oz (71g) Grated Sharp… Read More Epic Homemade Stove Top Macaroni, and Cheese!
White Trash, Beef Stroganoff I like to back pack. One of my big fundamental problems is with backpacking food. It is often low in protein, and high in price. We have other options. My father introduced me to a canned roast beef product from Costco. It is the Kirkland Signature brand of “Roast Beef in… Read More Backpacking Meal, White Trash Beef Stroganoff!
So, back in the day I used to cook a lot. Since I was in the kitchen often I did a lot of things from memory, and feel. This worked great back in the day. As I got older I found less time to spend in the kitchen. In my head I was still the… Read More 1 Epic Lasagna Recipe
Back Story: I discovered biscuits, and gravy pretty late in life. It was in high school. I think my first memories of them were at my buddy Slim’s house. You see, this fellow we called slim was a plump southern kid. His mom would make a simple flour gravy out of the drippings of what-ever… Read More How to Bake Perfect Baking Powder Biscuits.
Böner Gravy (It is my family name you pervert!) Apparently, one of the things I am know for making well, is biscuits, and gravy. My dear friend Kelly tells me it is something she looks forward to, every time I come to visit. Part of having the Böner family name is pleasing the ladies, so… Read More Epic Sausage Gravy, Recipe for Böner Gravy.
So, back in the day Ma used to make this bad-ass bean dip. It was served hot. One day she was making it, and I asked her to teach me how. She showed me what she did. I took Mom’s epic good dish, and made it my own. The first few times I tried to… Read More Bean Dip!!!
My dear friend Star is known for her lovely cookies. Star’s pumpkin cookies were always my favorite. (Moving forward, I will spell this word phonetically. The way it is said in the dialect of English, from the rural area I am from.) They are small, not to sweet, a little spicy, with just a touch of… Read More Punkin’ Cookies
This is a recipe for a bastardized version of Flemish Beef, and Beer stew. In Flemish, it is called Vlaamse Stoverij. In French, it is called Carbonnade Flamande. Think of it as meat in a gravy like sauce. So, back in the day, I came across a recipe for a dish like this in Beer… Read More Flemish Beef, and Beer Stew. Vlaamse Stoverij, or Carbonnade Flamande.