When Flapz and I went camping, this is what a light breakfast
looked like. He’d get Bronto steaks out, eggs, taters and a galloon of
coffee going… and a guy could run hard all day on that.
If I ate that today, I’d go into a protein coma and get bunged up.
Getting old blows sometimes.
Nice picture, wish this one came with 'scratch and sniff'. That short axe and spark rod (?) are well crafted too, points for great craftsmanship.ReplyDelete
Can a 'twig stove' put out enough heat to cook a meal like that ? The skillet appears thin enough for high heat transfer so I'm giving benefit of doubt.
Ah, fall and smell of woodsmoke, we are almost there.
I burnt more food in those little thin steel skillets than I care to remember. I finally quit using them, and went to cast iron. The slower, even heating helped me make food not charcoal.ReplyDelete
But those colors are amazing. The handle, sheath, and meat keep drawing my eyes.
Mr. Filthie- how could you dare treat a poor, innocent animal like that? May the sisters of fate dump heaps of garlic and onions on your flesh-covered head!ReplyDelete
Why does this POS post twice?ReplyDelete
Because your missive is worth repeating?Delete
It’s the monkeys running this blog… they stutter!Delete
I’d not use a folding wood stove; I use the trusty Jet Boil Camp Stove - endorsed and recommended by intrepid outdoor adventurers like Mike Silvius, Pete Forester and of course - WL Emery! 😊👍
That photo lacks a cast iron skillet. Those flimsy little imitation skillets are nice to carry, but just try cooking on one.ReplyDelete
Agreed. He’s obviously an amateur. For the best in outdoor cookery and fine dining - I recommend a quick tutorial from The Men With The Pot on JewTube!Delete
Those guys are masters of the campfire and cast iron!