Scavenged cooking adventures

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  1. TaraBen_Alleyscavengers

    TaraBen_Alleyscavengers

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    We thought we'd start keeping a short video record of our scavenged wood cooking. As of now we think we're cooking about 50% of our food this way - it's a slow and enjoyable way of spending the evening.

    Steak, tuna, shrimp, vegetable mix, lentils and rice to kick things off (we don't normally do quite that much!)

    We'd love to know what your favourite fire-top cast iron (or other) pans and kettles are?

     
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    Dang, I was a little disappointed by the title. I thought I was going to see some roadkill!:D

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    Now I'm hungry. Good eats right there and that steak was cooked perfect for me.
     
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    :rofl: :lol:

    :yes:
     
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    You’re assuming that steak, tuna and shrimp ISN’T roadkill? It was quite the traffic accident to get all three at once. :D
     
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    very interesting. I'm a bit lost on the title. Did you get your firewood by walking around without a saw, or do you mean you scavenge the food by going into dumpsters around a town? I've seen a show years ago about the freegans. Is this similar? Looks tasty either way.:yes: