Speaking of peaches, the lone dessert from Play With Fire was one of the best darn things I’ve eaten in ages. Open-Fire Grilled Peaches with tomato, honey and chamomile ice cream by @sam_mason of @oddfellowsnyc. Straight from the summer garden. Our group of happy revelers @morningsideheights @all.lynn.foods @kenorwox @besterlanda gave the prize to this one! Notice there is no image of the final plating? It was THAT good! 🍑🔥😋 #playwithfirehudsonvalley#summertime#peaches#oddfellows @resy @fishgamehudson
Thanks for the shoutout @rdx_tactical
This is our
*handmade large Damascus axe with a rosewood handel
*handmade Damascus knife with a rosewood and mommoth Handel *mini skinner with a mommoth Handel
Come and see us at the wilderness gathering 16th-19th August 2018 (4 days)this is a bushcraft event which has
*workshops *demonstrations *interactive bushcraft *live music
This event is at the south wiltshire farm.
One of the local women within the community roasting her guinea corn on open fire. She cooked her grains for consumption by using the dried stem of thesame harvested plants as fuel. So nothing went to waste.
She was so generous to offer me some of her freshly roasted grains to take home to prepare my meal 🔥🌾🥣🇬🇭 -♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ -
Sorghum, also known as "guinea corn," is a cereal grain that originated in Africa and is eaten throughout the world. It is especially valuable in arid terrain because of its resistance to drought. Guinea corn is a nutrient-rich grain that is often ground into flour to make bread, porridge and pancakes. Including it in your diet offers a number of nutritional and therapeutic benefits.
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The power of just doing nothing other than sitting around the campfire, watching the stars, smelling the grass, smoke and herbs brewing is something all of us need more of in our lives. Making a brew and enjoying something so tiny starts to blur into flow, where time can slow. If there’s one technology everyone should learn, is one of the oldest, making fire in a traditional method.