Sooooooooooo! We have been working on a concept for a cooking show that focuses on recipes for dirtbags. Essentially, we planned on cooking and teaching others to cook food that is easy, cheap, packable, healthy, and delicious.
That concept was put into action with the help of several friends who served as both the talent and production, i.e. in front of the camera and behind the camera. The result of our collaboration was a new short form cooking show titled “Dirtbag Diner”.
While the goal of the show was to focus on food that is easy, cheap, packable, healthy, and delicious, we may have missed the mark every now and then when it came to health. And delicious is a relative term, so why even include that. I mean, what is delicious to one may be less than that for another, who is to say? If I’m the one keeping score on deliciousness, I would rate each recipe as a true 10/10, but ultimately who am I?
Dirtbag Diner offers you a chance to learn and replicate recipes from the trail, the backwoods, the campsites, and the side of the road. Recipes that have been offering the creative minds of theDIHEDRAL sustenance throughout the years.
We plan on releasing a new episode each month on our YouTube channel, and we hope you’ll follow along. Feel free to compliment, criticize, praise, or berate. We would love for you to follow, like, and comment as much as possible. Let us know what you think. And any help spreading the show to others would be the icing on the dirtbag cake!
A huge thank you Jen for hosting episode 1, and to Isa for all her time filming and editing. Another huge thanks to you for your support and encouragement.
Without further ado, here is Episode #1 of Dirtbag Diner.
Episode 1 – “Polento”
Ingredients List – Polenta – Pesto – Parsley