A Conversation for Cooking on a Camping Holiday
Sho - gainfully employed again Started conversation Jun 19, 2007
I'm off camping in two weeks... but I have to admit that my one and only indispensable item is...
my (army trained) !
honestly, we have a 2 ring gas cooker and an ancient set of fit-into-each-other pots and pans (and one small fryingp pan)
and we have had 4 course meals, the envy of all the caravans on the last site we were at (mostly Dutch people who are generally very experienced, resourceful and good campers)
So get yourself an Army and take the strain out of camping holiday cooking!
(although he does have a tendency to cook for about 50...)
oh and I like your description of the swiss army knife... judging by the list you gave, they also come complete with sieve
You can call me TC Posted Jun 20, 2007
Yes - on re-reading the entry, I don't understand some of it myself - or rather: it could have been a little less breathless at that point.
Sho - gainfully employed again Posted Jun 20, 2007
ah but I like it - it's all rather gung-ho Swallows&Amazons-ish!
You can call me TC Posted Jun 24, 2007
I even mention Swallows and Amazons. The big biscuit tin and waxed paper stuck in my mind from the books. They hung the bananas on the tree and jumped in the lake every morning to wash.
Sho - gainfully employed again Posted Jun 25, 2007
I hang bananas in the tree when we go camping, and call fizzy-pop "grog" but since I'm the only one in our family who has read the book, they think it's just another one of my strange habits and let me get on with it.
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