I believe that you all are thinking about what this man eats when he is out in the kayak?
Of course you do.. 🙂
So, here are some pictures of my gourmet dishes:
Meatballs and pasta
Fish balls in lobster sauce and mashed potatoes.. (Fish balls?? I blame Google translate on this.) 🙂
Sausage and macaroni
Freshly picked chanterelles
Mosquito soup, good for my diet.. 🙂
Nothing to see here, just two men trying to warm up some Ravioli.. 🙂
24 thoughts on “Meals in the Wilderness”
Why, of course we were wondering!! 🙂 And at last the mystery of your weight loss is solved: Nothing to do with fitness. It is all down to the mosquito soup! Haha! (Actually made me laugh out loud… ) As for the fish balls, Google translate is an idiot. Try seafood balls or fish nuggets…. I have a great recipe for sticky squid balls, by the way. That sounds just so wrong, and I don’t even have Google to blame.
Sorry but I do not need the recipe, I have not seen any squid balls for years up here in sweden. 🙂
Gahaha! It is difficult with all those tentacles… 🙂
I have enough difficulties to find those who belongs to the fish..
Gourmet! Enjoy your simple feasts. 🙂
Thanks Eric. 🙂
You made me laugh loudly three times, Stefan ! 😀
—nothing to see here
Fiskbullar are correct. 🙂
It looks like you have it down to a science!
Nice . I suggest less Mosquitos too : ) ~
Chanterelles! Yummy! Well, I’m always curious about what other trekkers eat in the wilderness. I promise I have never eaten fish balls, but I am pretty sure I’ve eaten mosquitoes. Sometimes it’s just too much effort to pick out the bugs. 😉
Great post! Thanks for sharing your humor and some of the small but important details of when a person spends a lot of time outdoors.
🙂 Thank you.
Some great spork action there! 😀
We should send you more Mosquitos, that one looks a little lonely. Aside from that, it looks like you eat pretty well.
🙂 That evening I had plenty of them around my head, all the time.
Too funny! From awesome to awful and everything in between! Thanks for this informative, lively, mouthwatering post.
Not that I’m a clean-nick, but you should consider cleaning up that mess.
If you mean the last picture, so it was not my Trangia stove.
Food tastes better outdoors. 🙂
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As my husband will testify I am not one for camping – in fact when we were first married we would head to the lake district for some hiking and rather than his high tec tent (for those days) and a sleeping bag I persuaded him to take advantage of B&B’s and a full English – however perhaps I might have reconsidered the catering aspects had this feast been on offer (apart from the mosquito!)…