Nothing gets you more in touch with nature than living — and cooking — in the wilderness.
Roaring fire, bugs everywhere, sounds from the forest all around you. It can be quite beautiful…that is, until someone decides to make a complicated meal over the small fire, and then everything turns into a disaster. Suddenly things are boiling over, or someone’s getting a burned hand, or by accident some of your delicious food falls right into the fire, destined to turn into white ash.
That’s where these cute, dense, simple “hobo packs” come in. You can make ’em veggie only, or include meat of whatever variety you want: fish, beef, chicken, etc. (In this video example, salmon and beef are used.) All you have to do is slap the food you want to eat together in tinfoil, wrap it up and throw it on the fire. Then just leave it. That’s it.
More time for roasting marshmallows or ruminating on life. Exactly what camping is all about.
Learn how to make your own hobo packs in the above video.