Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Strigidae, Sep 4, 2018.
So true! Brains and tongue can be mighty tasty too.
"Da- da-da- dah-Can't touch this." !!
Yeah, hiked over 800 miles at this point.
Backpacked thru Washington and Oregon.
We better get this month over with before @bearthedog steps in and hurts all our feelings.
Don't poke the bear
His salmon steaming recipe idea is amazing. Culinary expert in the woods. Im happy with chunky man soups, ramen and spam. He makes a four course meal. Amazing skill.
Used the Cleaver to cut the reeds, limb the branches, split the firewood, and later cut the pork loin
Cleaver for scale
Like just aint enough for that picture. Wow!
Every year we do a big pork loin at our group camp, last year we made a DIY spit to roast it on, we built this contraption this year, and who knows what we will do next year
This one will be a good one. I'm thinking I'll go micro...
If ya like to eat, ya gotta cook.
Good doesn't have to be hard:
-frozen mixed veggies
-Smokey C's or Red Eyed Hog
All you really need is the spit for an above ground pit.
@Andris94 now you’re just showing off.
Baaa haaaa haaa!
Your spices are the secret to success.
Well why did they post in reverse order? Idk. I did have to do the prep up in the house, it's last summer here and we got mosquitos the size of jay birds.
Now, this...this is why Dutch ovens were made.
Are you cooking that in the middle of a 57 Belair rim and tire?
Haha! No, its an el cheapo's fire pit I found in the overgrown jungle behind the garage.
Grilling dinner on a camping trip.