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For the last several hikes I've been on, I've ended up packing and cooking the same thing. For the main reason that when I first decided to do it... it came out slamming. And once I came back from the trail and told my buddys what they missed out on. Everytime I head back out with the guy that missed the last trip, thats what they say to bring.
Well first of all... Its kind of a two dish meal I guess you could say with out the dish. I pack a few ears of fresh corn (taken from my Latino friend Shroomy while hiking in Northern Cali). Enough for at least one per person. And I bring a pack of Chicken Sausage stuffed with mozz cheese and spinach. I freeze them in the package over a night or two, and by the time we stop to brake camp; they are almost thawed. And thats in Mississippi weather. It's called Bistro Sensations. It's packaged like a fat pack of hot dogs. They cost about $4 at WalMart. You don't have to do anything but cook it. Anyway, cook them right over a hot bed of coals, and throw the corn on top of the coals (Yes, right in the firebed) flipping them every few minutes. They'll be done when the sausage starts oozing cheese, and the corn starts to pop some. I always throw a lil can of butter buds in the pack for the corn. Other than that it's simple as hell. And even tastier.
You get 4 to a pack. And we eat em on hand (no bread). Anyway... Enjoy!