Upgrade Your Camp Cuisine with Chef Corso

Photo By: Chef Corso

We all know that everything tastes better in the backcountry, but that’s not an excuse to eat subpar meals. That’s especially true when you’re starting your day. Before you head off to find your next adventure, you should get fueled up for the day.

In the first episode of Cooking Corso, Chef Corso gives us a step-by-step guide to crafting delicious chilaquiles and fresh guacamole from just a few ingredients that are easy to pack and travel well. This recipe uses stuff you probably already have in your rig, and it looks absolutely delicious.

Keep an eye out for more Cooking With Corso videos sponsored by Benchmade Knives in the future. Plus, you can find him at Overland Expo events, where he teaches a variety of classes to help you keep your backcountry cuisine delicious, healthy, and easy to prepare. There’s still time to catch a class with Chef Corso at Overland Expo East in two weeks at Arrington, Virginia.

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