Here’s a camp stove recipe you could try at home until Covid-19 has been defeated and we are allowed to leave our homes!!
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Cycling with panniers full of camping gear, clothes and inflated dreams will burn a lot of calories! One of the best things about touring with a bike is you can stuff your face! Eating copious amounts of snickers and swiss-roll cakes is all very well until your body begins craving some nourishment!
The recipes below vary from quick one pot meals, to advice and recipes for foraging for wild food.
Rose Hip Syrup
With a Vitamin C content of over 20 times that of oranges, rose hip syrup is sure to help keep winter colds and flus at bay!
Meadowsweet Cordial with Lemon.
Bottle the last of the summer with this delicious wild flower cordial!
Wild Cooking – Nettle Porridge
A delicious and nourishing camp-side breakfast using wild plants!
Foraged Three Cornered Leek Recipe.
Three-cornered leek, also know as three-cornered garlic, is quite abundant along the roadside where I live in North Sligo, Ireland. The plant is originally of Mediterranean origin and was brought to Ireland about 300 years ago. It’s an invasive plant that can easily spread and… Read More
Sea Shore Foraging for Razor Clams.
A strange alien-like creature lurking under the ocean sand that’s fun to hunt and yummy to eat!
Coffee and cycling go hand in hand. For some, cycling to a café for a rewarding caffeine hit is enough of an excuse to hop on your bike, for others cycling the country lanes, garden trowel in hand, looking for a weed to brew is motivation enough!
*In the video; Crowberry rather than juniper. When I was a kid, the mere mention of ‘the bog’ brought out the best in my creative use of excuses. There are many things a 12-year-old would rather do than spend a day turning turf,… Read More
Bog Myrtle and Wild Mint Tea
A cup of tea to quench your thirst!
Foraging along the way
The beauty of the bike is that there is no barrier between you and your surroundings. The slow pace of travel, panoramic views, and lack of metal and glass encasing you in an air-conditioned bubble allows you the opportunity to spot things you otherwise would… Read More