So you think you’re cool because you have a BBQ and you might-maybe know how to use it?! Well, what if that barbee went cartwheeling down the small rocky embankment ‘pon which it just so happened to be precariously perched? And what if you and that now inoperable BBQ coincidently had a weekend to spend on a small, lake-bound island in the Canadian wilderness, 3 meals to cook per day? You don’t fret is what. Because it’s not about the BBQ, it’s about the grill and you grill LIKE A BOSS.
Welcome to Wilderness Grills, a series of posts about cooking over an open fire. Do you have fond memories of MacGyver? Read on, for herein shall you find the secrets to MacGyvering breakfast, lunch, and dinner with nothing more than a broken BBQ and a few rudimentary tools. That is, of course, if MacGyver were stuck on an island with a bunch of eggs and bacon, some discount chorizo, and a large hunk of pork replete with rubbing spices. This is culinary survivalism one-ohh-one.
Here’s a little preview of what not to expect:
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GUNZ N’ PORK (DINNER)