Responses from Backpacking Adventures Food Tuesday when asked:
“What do you like to bring for lunch on the trail?”
One of my favorites is pepperoni and hard salami on a
sandwich thin with sharp cheese topped with horseradish spicy brown mustard.
Throw in a half a bag of corn chips and an Arnold Palmer...
Sandwich thins, Starkist with sunflower oil with a Kool-Aid
drink with peanut butter M&M’s for desert
I like the sandwich ready tuna too but I use
tortilla's instead of bread. About the same calories but easier to backpack with.
Some sort of bread, Justin's peanut butter, and either
jelly or honey; homemade jerky; homemade fruit rolls; packaged tuna on some
A tortilla with a foil pack of flavored tuna, salmon
or Justin's peanut butter & honey. Shake a packet of drink mix in a bottle
of cold spring water and I'm good to go.
Spam singles, extra sharp cheddar and a wrap.
Mac & Cheese w/ Tuna stirred in or Peanut Butter
and Mustard sammiches. Yes, PB & Mustard sounds strange, gross even, but if
you haven't tried it I encourage you to give it a try. The two flavors combined
make a surprisingly delicious duo. I've been eating it since I was old enough
to eat solid food, and I genuinely have yet to find someone who's tried it and
hasn't immediately added it to their sandwich rotation.
PB and crackers... Or summer sausage, cheese and
crackers. If it is multi-day trip I will pack some tortillas and PB.
Wasa crackers PB & Fluff
Sometimes spam singles, bagel thins and mustard. Other
times PB and crackers. Once in a while, I will cook up some kind of soup.
I did tortillas and peanut butter this past weekend
for the first time. That's a keeper. Usually I do a spam single on a tortilla
with some string cheese and mustard.
Everything Thomas bagel with lemon pepper tuna
fish...still looking for the right cheese for this, but use a stick of
mozzarella for now. On the side a Claassen pickle.
I love Justin's PB or Justin's Hazelnut Chocolate
butter and Tortillas. I also like Salami or Pepperoni and cheese with crackers.
These are usually my go to when it comes to lunch.
Very simple, PB and bagels.
I don't do much for lunch. An apple or apple slices, some
"homemade" trail mix, and a lot of water. Breakfast and dinner is
where I chow down.