With the yummy yoghurt making that has been going on here, it got me thinking about some camp cooking we did last year.
I am not really one for camping, especially when I know there is a perfectly good bed not too far away. Our compromise with the kiddies was to do some cooking over a camp fire.
I had found a wonderful gozleme recipe a few months earlier over at Slow Living Essentials and knew that it was really simple and everyone would be happy with the results.
With the glow of the fire and the chatter of family poking and prodding at the embers, we cooked away watching the dough turn to a gorgeous golden. This is certainly the sort of food that needs to be eaten to keep out the biting cold.
If I remember correctly the compromise even ended with us all going inside to eat. Much warmer there.
On another topic, we have had the first Non-Bruisemouse-or-J trans-plant over at Sow. Give. Grow. Thanks so much to Gooseberry Jam for playing along. We are very excited.