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Not exactly wild camping but camping at our feild , wanted to take kids away n every thing elce fully booked or very busy so thort balls we will just go to feild    Kids loved it 2 of me mates co

Todays instalment  Firecracker quarter pounder cheeseburgers  Diced and fried potatoes  Obligatory titanium spork  

Blazing saddles chilli beef with rump steak flat mushrooms, jacket potato and mature cheddar

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1 minute ago, low plains drifter said:

These Cooked rice packs are canny for carrying, and at less than ten bob a packet, cannot go wrong

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See if they do a jasmine one, I won’t eat any other rice after trying trying it years back, far better than the rest 

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1 minute ago, W. Katchum said:

See if they do a jasmine one, I won’t eat any other rice after trying trying it years back, far better than the rest 

They've got a few different ones mate, but once it's covered in chicken balti, mango chutney, and wrapped in peshwari naan it could be owt lol

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Was out myself last night, something a bit different.  I normally wild camp up on the moors , love it in  the open among the heather and rocks and fantastic views , sunrises sunsets ect.  But last night did a tarp and bivvy bag camp. Burgers and a bottle of wine. 

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A little tip I'd thought I would try out for anybody wild camping bushcraftin or cooking outside. When I went under tarp last night my burgers made an awful mess in frying pan. So I thought I would try baking paper in the pan. Got some baking paper from pound shop for guess what a pound lol. Drew round base of my frying pan and cut out and just a touch of oil on top. Sausages never stuck once , cooked evenly. When finished just chucked paper and a quick wipe with a bit of paper towel. Makes washing the pan out ten times easier when up on moors and limited water supply. Costs pence and is ultralight . Proper chuffed with that lol. Will make the old aluminium trangia frying pan a doddle to use. Try it fellas.

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15 hours ago, Leo Sayer said:

A little tip I'd thought I would try out for anybody wild camping bushcraftin or cooking outside. When I went under tarp last night my burgers made an awful mess in frying pan. So I thought I would try baking paper in the pan. Got some baking paper from pound shop for guess what a pound lol. Drew round base of my frying pan and cut out and just a touch of oil on top. Sausages never stuck once , cooked evenly. When finished just chucked paper and a quick wipe with a bit of paper towel. Makes washing the pan out ten times easier when up on moors and limited water supply. Costs pence and is ultralight . Proper chuffed with that lol. Will make the old aluminium trangia frying pan a doddle to use. Try it fellas.

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That Flora Lighter box looks just the right size to contain a block of finest beef dripping  🤔

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Got the holdall packed ready for off in the morning20211231_132759_resize_83.jpg.515616522344396fe1f7a34178d38687.jpg

We just take the bare minimum. Two rods, two reels, bike, bbq..       

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All food is sourced locally. I found these nan breads and curry paste in the freezer.

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Question is; are three pairs of undercrackers enough for a fortnight?

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