Backcountry skiing certainly burns calories and builds up an appetite. We enjoy experimenting with camp cooking at WildSnow HQ so it was a special treat when a friend gave us a Rome’s Pie Iron.
At our friend’s suggestion, we filled the pie iron with buttered bread and blueberry pie filling and cooked it over the coals in our wood stove until golden brown. It was indeed tasty. For lunch the pie iron turned our limp ham and cheese sandwiches into melted toasty goodness. Next trip I’ll bring eggs to make breakfast sandwiches. Thanks George!
Recap of WildSnow posts for the week of 12/22 — 12/26/2014:
Ripping Ligaments & Snapping Bones — Tech Binding Release Testing
Triple Treat — Dynafit Speed on Fischer Hannibal, Spiced with Maruelli
La Sportiva Chalten Ski Touring Pant — Review
Merry Christmas from the WildSnow.com Crew
K2 Coomback 104 (2014-2015) Review
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