Rachael Ray meet Ray Lewis
What do Rachael Ray and Ray Lewis have in common? What do they have to do with winter camp? Not a thing… And yet I am going to find a way to put it all together. Thats one of the great things about being Captn Rob!
When I rolled out of the sleeping bag this morning the first thing on my mind was breakfast. After starting my morning cup of Folgers Special Roast Coffee, I wondered over to the chuck wagon. Much to my dismay, the chuck wagon supplies were woefully thin. No salt or seasonings!!! I knew I didn’t have time for a quick hunt and gather, so I decided to improvise. Scrounging around at the bottom of the chuck wagon I found an old bottle of Benissimo Mediterranean Garlic dipping olive oil. (Even the most rugged of individuals like an occasional hunk of bread dipped in seasoned oil and a bottle of wine. As long as you drink your wine directly from the bottle, it;s still manly.) I shook it up for full flavor distribution and used it to cook my sausage. The chunks of garlic and other assorted flotsam of seasonings mixed over the sausage coating it evenly. Corprl Casie shouted from upstairs that she was hungry, smelled what I was cooking and wanted some. Campers note. (Corprl Casie is my daughter and has a two story tent off to the side of camp.) So I threw a few more eggs over the top. when the sausage was done. Mixed cooked and served. Added some salsa, and it was breakfast. Still all in one skillet. Tada!!!!
Now getting back to the headline what to Rachael Ray and Ray Lewis have to do with my camp breakfast. Nothing, but it seemed like a catchy headline and gave me some cover for my improvised seasoning for breakfast.
Till next time, Good Camping