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#EBContributor @nickrlake here again! One of the best parts about camping is eating around the campfire, but often on backpacking trips we settle for eating dehydrated meals in order to save weight. However, when camping along the Washington Coast, because the trails are often very short, bringing a few extra conveniences can go a long way towards eating like kings and queens. So with that in mind, we hauled out a dutch oven, some fresh vegetables, and a pile of lentils along with us and had a delicious lentil stew cooked over an open flame. Here’s how you can copy this meal for your next beach camping adventure: *Be sure to chop and dice all your ingredients before you go so you can just add it to the pot--a little prep at home goes a long way at camp. 1. Cube 2 slices of thick cut bacon or pork belly and pack it in its own container. Then dice ½ onion and mince 1 garlic clove and pack this in a separate container. Next Cube 3 potatoes into ¼ inch pieces, chop 2 celery stalks, 2 carrots, and chop 1 bunch of parsley, packing them up in a third container. Combine a good amount of salt and pepper in its own container as well. 2. Next you’ll need about 2 tablespoons of olive oil (individual packets are really useful for packing in and out), 4 tablespoons of balsamic vinegar, 3-4 cups of vegetable (or chicken) stock, and ½ cup red or yellow lentils. Pack these up all separately. 3. When you get to camp and get your campfire or charcoal fire set up and hot, place the dutch oven directly on the hot coals and add the olive oil and bacon, letting the bacon brown. 4. Add onion and garlic and cook until translucent (usually a minute or two) 5. Add the lentils and stir. Then add the balsamic vinegar and deglaze the pot by scraping around the bottom. 6. Add the carrots, celery, potatoes, and stock, and simmer until the lentils and potatoes are cooked (roughly 15 minutes) 7. Season with salt and pepper, garnish with parsley and bon appetit! What are some of your favorite camp recipes? Feel free to share in the comments! #whyihike #liveyouradventure
Hi everyone, #ebcontributor @nickrlake here! When most people think about adventuring in the Pacific Northwest they envision mountains and valleys, rivers and glaciers. But there’s a whole other world to explore where the Pacific Ocean meets the North American continent. So a group of friends and I took to the beach this August for a weekend on the Washington Coast at Olympic National Park’s Second Beach to discover this unique landscape. Since the hike to the beach is less than a mile long with minimal elevation gain, we decided to go all out on our food setup (more on that later) and include a few more luxuries than we normally would on a backpacking trip. Once out on the beach we were treated to a beautiful afternoon exploring tidepools, watching eagles circle over the bluffs, and a stunning sunset. Be sure to check out more from this trip on @eddiebauer stories today and be on the lookout tomorrow for the recipe for one of our favorite meals from this adventure. #WhyIHike #liveyouradventure
Find your oasis this fall. Whether it's a trail all to yourself or a quirky stop on a classic road trip, your piece of the world is out there waiting for you. 🗻 #LiveYourAdvenure #CommonThread 📸: @ryanresatka
Eddie Bauer Guide @carla.perez.ec says that one of her favorite parts of any expedition is spending time with the local people, especially playing with the kids in the remote mountain regions they visit. Getting to know people from other places expands your mind to ideas and ways to see the world that one never imagined. #LiveYourAdventure 📸: @ming.t.poon
GIVEAWAY! @Maizalimarock here and I am so excited to host this week’s #FlannelFriday as part of Eddie Bauer’s #CommonThread campaign. Being born in a small, impoverished Brazilian village, I see how fortunate I am now to have amazing adventures with people that love the outdoors as much as I do. We all have so much to learn, live for, and give. So today, in the spirit of giving, I am going to give 20 lucky winners a flannel for themselves AND a friend. Enjoy the flannel, and reflect upon your other gifts every time you wear it. To enter: - Follow @EddieBauer - Tag a friend & tell them to follow too (if you're both following us we'll send you BOTH a flannel!) (Contest is open for 48 hours after this posting. Open to US & Canada!) #CommonThread 📸: @benlindbloom
Our first set of #FlannelFriday winners has been chosen, are you one of them? Watch for our next #FlannelFriday post tomorrow for a chance to win. Congrats to last week’s winners! . . @roxannealbu @franiaguirre @myducksarewandering @_jordanproctor @jrhoten89 @_ashfoley @thegreenmountainla @numbersmaven @kelly.jeske @carolyn.204 @mississydney @galaelf @craig.krygowski @revistg @moneil_18 @ferraro26 @litabellina @alicarpenterrr @tp_all_in @runlaur #CommonThread
No matter where you come from or where you’re going, you can rely on Eddie Bauer to keep you feeling warm and looking good. Thanks for sharing your adventure with us @rebeccahelenphoto #LiveYourAdventure
Trail Tip: Hiking with an appropriately sized pack will make for a more comfortable journey. For overnights and day hikes, look for a pack under 35L like our Adventurer Trail Pack. Going out for 2-3 days? You’ll want something with a 35-50L capacity like the Alchemist 45/55. And for those big 4-day+ trips, grab a pack in the 50-75L range like the Alpine Sisu. 📸: @angelaliggs at Seceda-2500m
Fall Necessities: ✅Flannel ✅Beanie ✅Rain Jacket
Surrounded by mountains, birds singing, cast iron on the fire, bacon sizzling, couldn't ask for a better way to start the day. #LiveYourAdventure 📸: @elbunt at Montana
Give yourself an extra push this weekend, it will be worth the effort! Especially when the reward is as beautiful as the view from Banff National Park. Get out and #LiveYourAdventure this weekend. 📸: @ryanresatka at Banff National Park
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