Wednesday, April 13, 2016

It's Bushcraft Wednesday!

Bushcraft isn't about relying on supermarkets or even butchers and fancy modern kitchen conveniences, like Viking ranges and Agas. No, it's about surviving in the great outdoors, in the bush.

Part of that means catching your own food when in season, such as turkey, and cooking it in the wild. Here at the Compound we hope you find this short infovideo as helpful as we do.

Make sure you use this method near a plentiful water source.



LL said...

Yes, it would crisp a feral pig in short order, but besides the pleasant smell of cooking bacon, there needs to be coals under the beast to get it fully roasted. I think that this edition of Bushcraft provides the know-how to deal with the quick meal (out-back microwave substitute) rather than the full on BBQ.

Euripides said...

That is brilliant. And it would serve as a backup during the zombie apocalypse. Be sure to keep Blue Hunter far away from the pig roast.

LSP said...

It's definitely a "flash fry" solution, LL. Low and slow? Not so much.

LSP said...

You have to watch him, Euripides. He cunningly ate a stick of butter last night while my back was turned. I wasn't too happy about that.