Breakfast #1 - Corned Beef and Hash (this one was for you Sach!). Ingredients: packaged hashbrowns (the country medley in this case), tinned corned beef, a bit of oil, eggs. Start up your campstove, put a bit of oil in, then add the hashbrowns. Cook until almost done. Add the corned beef and make sure it's close to the skillet so it crisps a bit. Mix well. Serve with an over easy egg on top. Heavenly! Other options: sauté onions and peppers in the oil before adding the hashbrowns for some extra flavour. Note: use one tin of corned beef for every four people.
Dinner #2 - Salmon with rice and fresh veggies. 2 campstoves required. On one campstove, prepare the rice. On the second campstove pan fry your salmon with lemon slices for flavour. (Note: a campstove burner will most definitely burn through tinfoil. Just for reference.) Stir fry the frozen veggies lickety split. This is why I love car camping! (Note: the $6.99 Styrofoam cooler from IGA may not be environmentally friendly, but it does kick some serious butt! It kept a bag of ice in ice form for over 60 hours...our other trusty coolers didn't last half that long.)
Breakfast #2: Scrambled eggs with peppers, cherry tomatoes, cheddar cheese, hashbrowns, back bacon and fresh fruit. Amazing!! And self explanatory.
Not a meal, but I couldn't resist putting in a pic from our hike. Looking at Lightning Lake from the Lightning Lake Loop. Fabulous way to spend an afternoon!