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outdoor cooking

Tuna al fuego

If you have a tin of tuna in oil, and some toilet paper, you can have some fun with your lunch!

The first barbecue of 2016

I blanched some sea beet, a perennial green very much like perpetual spinach or small chard, which is currently taking over the garden.

Lemony sun tea

Last week’s outdoor ‘cooking’ experiment didn’t involve lighting a fire – I relied on solar power!

Power cut tea

Our burgeoning outdoor cooking skills came in handy when we were left without power for a couple of hours.