Food Doesn’t Have to Be Ultralight All the Time

Photo: Olympus C960Z, one of my first digital cameras.

There you have it. Documented proof that I don’t always eat powders mixed with river water out of plastic bags. This meal, dinner on the Madison River in 2001 during a winter fishing trip into Beartrap Canyon: fresh broccoli soup, fried sausage and veggies, and a happy cup of coffee. These were the appetizers. The main course, of course, was fire-grilled trout.

Don’t worry, though. All the cook gear is titanium…