Knowing how important nature is to my emotional wellbeing, I do everything I can to involve those that I love in outdoor activities. I want my family and friends to see the benefits that spending the day hanging in a hammock, backpacking, hunting, or fishing can offer them. The best way I know to do that is to take them along. That is why I started this adventure. I want to combine my love for the outdoors and merge it with my enjoyment of cooking for the people that I love.
Every spring in Oklahoma there is a short window when one of my favorite things to hunt comes available. The allusive prey I am speaking of is the morel mushroom.
While kitchen resources are much limited in the outdoors, there are still plenty of ways you can try to make hearty dishes that will satisfy your appetite.
Camp cooking does not have to be limited to sandwiches and baked potatoes wrapped in aluminum foil. Almost any cooking method you use in the kitchen can be duplicated around the campfire.