Cooking Food and Making Coffee

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What are we going to do without it? Cooking food and making coffee! Some say that everything smell and taste better in the great outdoors! 

I don’t know how many times Mike told me, “Keep it simple.”

Well, first of all, define simple :). I like to chop and I like to cook. This is one of the many reasons that motivates me to go out with “hubby.” I like to cook my meals outside and it does not bother me preparing it. I just simply enjoy doing it!

The Bartons and Food!

Coffee in the bushWe like drinking coffee before a meal and then take another cup later. It just feels good to have a cup of coffee in the woods. It is almost a MUST!

I don’t remember going out with Mike without at least having a coffee, a fire, and or a good meal. 

It almost feels like something is missing if we do not do this heavenly routine! Weird but true!

I mean look at this piece of goodness below! How can you even think of not cooking and filling your mind with the aroma of this good meal! It is a gift and we must enjoy it!

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What a great opportunity to invite your family or friends to spend some time outdoors!

Ok, now for some reason I want a coffee and a good steak! I wonder why? 

 

 

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8 thoughts on “Cooking Food and Making Coffee

    • Hello Sir and thank you for your email. Would you kindly be more specific on which video please. I must have 4 or 5 on the firebox.

      Thank you

      Mike

  1. Thank you so much for your great videos!
    Could you please let me know what brand of coffee you use?
    Thank You

    • Thank you so much for watching our videos, we appreciate it. The coffee that we use is Nescafe 3-in-1 in small sachets. It’s just simple without having the hassle of bringing coffee, cream/milk, sugar. It is lightweight and it taste pretty good too! Hope this answers your question. Thanks again.

  2. I saw you cooking bannock on a stick in one of your videos. What is the recipe for it? I live in a beautiful part of the central California coast (It DOES NOT SNOW here). We can camp all year long here and I own some property overlooking a local lake. I have been bushcrafting for many years and have a huge knife collection. Thanks for all your videos. I enjoy watching them.

  3. Wow, that looks awesome 🙂
    Thanks for this post and I will read your other ones.
    PS: You are right, Everything smells better and taste better in the wild, I tried 🙂

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