From the writers at Springfield News Leader.
If you like to eat like I do while on an outdoor trip, there are many ways to enjoy meals while enjoying your favorite kind of outing without spending a lot of time cooking.
Most people feel that the more work that can be cut from cooking, the more time there is for fun. Today’s outdoor person has a lot going for them, such as reliable camp stoves and the new freeze-dried foods that really taste like fresh. Insulated coolers, aluminum foil and nonstick pots and pans are just a small list of recent developments to make outdoor living easier.
Years ago, I found that your menu can include freshly caught fish even when your outing isn’t ostensibly a fishing one. If you are camping or on a hike, pack a little fly or spinning takedown fishing rod and reel in case you spot a likely looking stream. Panfish offer good sport on light tackle, and they are delicious. Nearly every stream, pond or lake has good populations of these fighters.
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