Overland Foods, Cooking Equipment, Local Food, and Recipes
Let’s talk pots, pans, and stoves. Where and how do you cook when traveling overland? What overland foods to bring from home?
And, recipes from the road!
New in the country and not speaking one word of Korean? How do you manage? Being a plant-based eater doesn’t exactly help as Koreans have an increasing appetite for meat … Read more
Are you a plant-based eater and about to visit South Korea? Rest assured, you won’t have to depend on eating raw tomatoes and carrots bought on a market. South Korea … Read more
Road travel is well developed in Japan. Whether on Expressways or on narrow, winding country roads, michi no ekis (road stations with farmer’s markets and parking lots where you can spend the … Read more
Travel information for your overland journey to Kazakhstan: roads, online navigation, gas stations, camping, and much more in our Kazakhstan Travel Guide.
Our Kyrgyzstan Travel Guide details everything for an overland journey to Kyrgyzstan: roads, fuel, maps, navigation, sim cards, Wifi, & more.
Instant Coffee, Brazilian cafezinhos and the Moka pot are just some of the coffee brewing methods that we discuss in this blog post.
Sometimes you are parked in a perfect spot with just enough shade to sit outside and the sun turning to the right side of the car so you can cook … Read more
Overland travel information for Kazakhstan: roads, navigation, gas stations, camping, and more in our Kazakhstan Travel Guide.
Do you remember the last time you tried to pressurize your Coleman camp stove and no matter how many times you pumped, no air was getting inside the tank? Sometimes … Read more
With lots of trees and truly a relaxed atmosphere, Chengde is a lovely town to just wander the streets, zigzag through local neighborhoods, enjoy the scene, walk along the Wǔliè … Read more
17+ years on the road and we’ve never shared much about what kitchen tools we use in our overland kitchen, apart from the Coleman Stove, Coleman Camp Oven and the … Read more
Mung beans are among my favorite legumes. They belong to the family of beans and lentils. And I discovered that mung-beans do very well in courgette soup (among other things). … Read more
Steaming vegetables in a pressure cooker is the easiest thing to do with a delicious result. Here are our examples.
Ji’an town is a border town in the Jilin Province in the Northeastern Corner of China, right along the border with North Korea. The nicest part of town is the … Read more
Over the years we have become ambassadors of a couple of things in the food department. As such, the purchase of a pressure cooker and baking your own bread has … Read more
Brazil has much to offer and those who have followed our adventures know we spent more than two years driving to the country’s remotest corners, getting to know the very … Read more
Why Buy a Coleman Camp Oven? Is it worth the investment, the space it takes in the car? After 10 years we bought one, and here’s why.
There are times we live on salads, or on soups, or on pressure cooker dishes. And, sometimes, we live on stir fry vegetables. This change of types of food may … Read more
The pressure cooker is one of our favorite overland food tools, not in the least to cook soup. Here’s our simple pressure-cooker soup recipe.
Why use a pressure cooker on your overland journey? Simply, it saves time, fuel, and water so cooking with a pressure cooker is our default.
Travel information for your overland journey to Tajikistan: budget, roads, gas stations, camping, and more in our Tajikistan Travel Guide.
How to set up your Coleman Oven outside your four-wheel drive for the best cooking on the road experience? No wind, everything at hand.
The quickest and easiest meal when overlanding: rice with vegetables in de pressure cooker. Here are ideas how to prepare this dish.
Prepared in a kitchen or on a camp stove during your overland or camping trip, this oyster mushroom stir-fry is easy, quick and delicious.
From disliking peanut butter to loving it. From having no clue to how many ingredients the popular brands contain to making our own.
Pressure Cooker 101 covers the basics of using a pressure cooker, specifically a Hawkins Futura. Water quantities & time tables, and PDFs.
A jar of chickpeas works but dried chickpeas in a pressure cooker is cheaper. Use a fork or blender? Tips to make our homemade hummus.
When you’re going to travel overland, one of the equipment questions is whether to buy an overland fridge or not. Here are pros and cons.
Finding chestnuts on the trail, or your overland camp. What a treat, but how to cook the chestnuts? Let me share our pressure cooker trick!
Pressure cooking; fast, cheap, easy, and super healthy! Here’s our latest pressure cooker recipe: leek and sweet potato soup.
Check out this vegan brownie recipe, made with a surprising ingredient: black beans.
A favorite soup of Landcruising Adventure and easy to make in the pressure cooker: pumpkin soup with an extra bite of mushrooms and lentils.
Our annual visit to the Netherlands also means stocking up on stuff we can’t find on the road. Here’s what we bought.
Why we chose a Coleman stove: the major advantage of cooking on gasoline and other issues with regard to this stove.
An Indian pressure-cooker dish, gobi masala. A spicy cauliflower dish easy to make, and never enough because it’s so delicious.
A couple of tips on where to find organic markets and vegetarian restaurants in Ecuador.
Ceviche, pisco sour, huancaina, chicha, choclo, choco are all Peruvian dishes, but do we find the Peruvian cuisine is on of the world’s best foods?
Where to find organic markets in Peru, as well as natural health food stores.
Flexcooking in Peru: new equipment, cooking at different altitudes and experimenting with Peruvian food.