meals

  1. Winter Solstice

    Contributed by RL I know that we still have a few weeks until the winter solstice but with the weather turning cold and snow in the forecast I thought we could talk about winter. Winter brings to mind icycles hanging off roofs, horse-drawn wagons heading into the fields bearing hay to feed the livestock, the scraping of ice off car...
    Read more »
  2. Warm Up From the Inside

    We usually have snow here at home this time of year, but it has decided to warm up enough to turn the snow to rain. Even though it’s a little warmer than usual, the weather still puts a chill on the bones, especially in the evenings. The quickest way to warm up is to start from the inside, and what...
    Read more »
  3. Soup's On!

    When the weather is snowing like crazy or has below-freezing temperatures, there’s no better food to warm up with than soup! Here at Rainy Day Foods, we have many delicious choices for you to choose from—including gluten-free! To finish off the winter season, we are going to be highlighting some of our favorite soups and help you warm up ‘til...
    Read more »
  4. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #6

    For our last “Hot Meals for Hunters” blog, we’re letting our mighty hunter prepare his own meal while he’s out. Rainy Day Foods offers a variety of Quick and Easy Meals in a Mylar bag that has either a pasta or a rice entree, or there’s also the option of Tomato Basil Soup. The nice thing about these meals is...
    Read more »
  5. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #4

    Continuing on with our Rainy Day Foods Freeze Dried Meats, we’ll take our Hot Meals for Hunters away from the tin foil dinners and into the quick and easy meals. For this meal, we’ll use Rainy Day Foods Freeze Dried Sausage Crumbles along with Rainy Day Foods Buttermilk Biscuit Mix to make Sausage, Biscuits, and Gravy. Very fast, very filling...
    Read more »
  6. Hot Meals for Hunters - Meal Idea #1

    Fall is in the air! And you know what that means—it’s hunting season! Some folks take their camper and stay out in the woods to hunt while others go out early in the morning and return home once it gets dark. Either way, it’s very hard to know when the hunter will return for a meal. He could come back...
    Read more »

8 Item(s)