FishSki Provisions is born from a love of adventurous activities and adventurous foods, Rob and Tania are happy to share our kitchen with you.
Who We Are
Rob and Tania met at college and since have traveled the country and the world seeking great adventures and interesting food. A few years back we settled in the Mountain Southwest, where fly fishing, skiing, and chile abound. FishSki Provisions gives us a chance to share our passions with you: Mountain Southwest foods, fly fishing, and skiing. We’re named FishSki because 3%+ of our sales is given to grassroots conservation or recreational access projects that protect or improve local fishing and skiing resources. We hope our foods inspire customers to eat more adventurously and be more adventurous.
Our first recipes are an homage to our home in Colorado and New Mexico. Throughout the Southwest there is a question more important than any other: green? red? or Christmas? Green chile being Fishski founder Rob’s favorite. He will eat green chile on most anything. Red chile being founder Tania’s favorite. Tania’s been doctoring her mac and cheese for years with red peppers then with Hatch Red Chile. Christmas being red and green together. While we don’t recommend mixing our two recipes we heartily suggest enjoying both separate, often. FishSki won’t be stopping with our first Hatch Chile offerings.
We continue to try and test different things and look forward to bringing you even more delicious and interesting foods. Have a recipe idea? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org we would be thrilled to try it out.
When packing for river and backpacking trips, or whatever adventure you're off to next, space is a major consideration and boxed mac doesn’t cut it. Your typical boxed macaroni and cheese takes up too much room and isn’t water resistant. We made sure our packaging was perfect to take on the go or store if needed. Additionally, our recipes nothing but boiling water to prepare. No need to take milk or butter into the backcounty with you. Take FishSki Provisions on your next adventure!
Looking for some emergency food to keep at your mountain house or off-the-grid cabin? Looking for prepper food? We may not have a 25 year shelf life, (best by recommendation is 2 years) but we sure taste better than freeze dried food! Whether you're escaping to a mountain house for the weekend, or holing up in your apartment for the next 14 days, we got you covered. If you're looking to stock up on some emergency food or beef up your quarantine supplies, we ship in 2-4 days, are well-stocked, and sell in bulk packs of 12 or 32. Our meals go well with canned meat foods like Spam or ground beef. Add some mac n' cheese or jalapeno grits to your survival food kit and you'll be ready for quarantine.