Closeouts. There's no need to suffer through another bland backcountry meal when you can have Hi Mountain Jerky's Campfire Chili Macaroni. It makes three servings and can be prepared in the included pouch or a pot.
Reviewed by The Coots (Old & Young) from Ohio on Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Thought we would try these on our recent AT trek. Spicer than we care for (maybe it is the western blend) and the tall thin packaging makes it difficult to eat without cutting down the bag. Also - requires 15-19 minutes cooking time.
Reviewed by Orion72 from South Sound, WA on Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Portion size and calories better for 1-2 than the advertised 3. No problems with rehydration in the bag - make sure to use the appropriate amount of boiling water and quickly stir to break up dry ingredients before sealing the bag. A long spoon is helpful since the bag is relatively long and thin. My son liked it better than me (a touch high on sodium), but it's comparable in quality to the better known Mountain House and Backpacker's Pantry products. Will buy again.