If you have a tin of tuna in oil, and some toilet paper, you can have some fun with your lunch!
I blanched some sea beet, a perennial green very much like perpetual spinach or small chard, which is currently taking over the garden.
Last week’s outdoor ‘cooking’ experiment didn’t involve lighting a fire – I relied on solar power!
We don’t currently have a hob kettle, but we do have the Kelly Kettle.
Frontier Stoves were originally designed for humanitarian use.
Our burgeoning outdoor cooking skills came in handy when we were left without power for a couple of hours.