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Laurie Ann March

Laurie Ann March

    Laurie Ann March is an avid backpacker, hiker, and wilderness canoeist. Her first nature experiences were shared with her big brother, Bruce, who backpacked and hiked all over Canada throughout his life. Laurie's relationship and wilderness experiences with her brother instilled a deep respect for nature and love of the outdoors in her.

    The outdoors isn't merely a hobby for Laurie — it is her passion. She is an instructor of wilderness cooking courses, and she also enjoys her work as owner and editor of the popular outdoors e-zine www.OutdoorAdventureCanada.com. She now lives in Ontario, Canada, where she backpacks, hikes, and paddles with her husband, Bryan, and her son, Tobias.

Recent Trekalong Posts By Laurie Ann March

  • a week in the test kitchen

    This week I have decided to take what our family refers to as a “stay-cation”. Of course, I would rather be on a wilderness trip somewhere but we’ve bought a 130 year old Victorian house and we need to do some work on ...

  • Louisiana Hiking Club

    This morning I got a note from a lady named Karla. She writes for the Louisiana Hiking Club’s quarterly newsletter, The Louisiana TrailBlazer, is an avid hiker, and a great cook. Some of you may remember her recipe for Mom’s...

  • Pocket Soap by Sea to Summit

    One thing that is really quite important is camp kitchen hygiene and I am constantly washing my hands to the point of it almost being a fetish. Yesterday, while at Hiker s Haven in Oakville, Ontario, I discovered a great solution fr...

  • an update

    While I ve been absent from posting I have been working very dilligently on the final testing of recipes for book two which should be released in Spring 2010. I am very excited about this second book. Right now I am also in the midst ...

  • a yummy trail lunch

    I thought I’d share a post from today’s blog at wildernesscooking.com with you. This recipe, from A Fork in the Trail, was also featured in a review by the The Calgary Herald last year. White Bean, Walnut and Pomegrana...

  • a hearty meat-a-tarian dinner

    A while ago I got an email from my friend, Brad, who asked if he could make pulled pork into a dehydrated meal for the trail. I wrote him back and included the following recipe from my trail cookbook. Chipotle Pork with Toasted Tortil...

  • a little sneak peek

    I just returned from a wilderness trip and a much needed one at that. It has been quite the year and I needed to commune with nature for a bit and test some recipes for my second cookbook. One of the recipes I tested was for Quinoa Berr...

  • upcoming appearances

    Become a Packable Gourmet How to Create Great Meals for Wilderness Adventures August 3, 2009 time to be announced Lake of Two Rivers East Beach Picnic Pavillion Highway 60 (one kilometre South from kilometre 35.4) Algonquin ...

  • another fork in the trail

    It has been a few years since I posted on this blog but I thought it might be fun to start up again. It has been a tumultuous few years that included the birth of a baby girl in the summer of 2010, which kept me in the frontcountry for ...

  • upcoming appearances – summer 2011

    Here are a few of the appearances I will be making this summer. book signing for A Fork in the Trail & Another Fork in the Trail Friends of Algonquin Park Bookstore at the Visitor Centre Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario, Canada Aug...


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Another Fork in the Trail
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Another Fork in the Trail
Laurie Ann March


    Packed with lightweight, mouthwatering recipes for backcountry adventurers, Another Fork in the Trail is focused on delicious, easy-to-prepare recipes for those following vegetarian and vegan diets. Many of the recipes are gluten-free as well. From flavorful lunches such as roasted tomato dip to hearty dinners such as vegetable ratatouille, many of the recipes are prepared and dried at home, saving valuable time at camp.

    With recipes for desserts and baked goods in addition to the staples, the book covers menu planning and recipe creation and discusses other important considerations for the vegetarian and vegan outdoor adventurers. Sample recipes include: Smoky lentil pâté; olive tapenade; red quinoa and curried lentil stew; quinoa muffins; fruit cookies; agave granola with goji berries; harvest hummus roasted chickpeas; tofu jerky.

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Fork in the Trail
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Fork in the Trail
Laurie Ann March


A new cookbook, A Fork in the Trail, will forever change the way you eat on your outdoor adventures, whether backpacking in the wilderness, paddling, or even car camping. Inspired by foods from all over the world and the guiding principle of “if you wouldn’t eat it at home, why eat it in the backcountry,” Laurie Ann March has created 208 lightweight, mouth-watering recipes to turn an ordinary backcountry trip into a gourmet adventure.

Some recipes are cooked and dehydrated before the trip, a process that’s surprisingly easy. Preparing dishes such as Lemon Wasabi Hummus is as simple as adding boiling water. Other recipes, like Tropical Couscous and Chai Tea Pancakes, can be prepared in camp in just minutes. Laurie also demystifies backcountry baking; who wouldn’t want to end a long day of hiking with comforting Pear Berry Crumble topped with Trail Yogurt?

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