In an emergency, let’s hope you have food and know how to cook it. But what happens if you end up with a fire, some food staples, and a piece of aluminum foil – can you combine those to make a tasty meal?
By Leon Pantenburg
In a survival situation, food
On Memorial Day weekend, 2018, we salute all service members by reposting one of our more popular stories about World War II.
“I like the WWII story. I remember Dad saying: ‘They served us pork chops umpteen days in a row…but I still like pork chops…’”
Dad, at home on leave, before
With my German roots, and a name of Pantenburg, I consider sauerkraut a food group.
Here is how to combine that traditional long term storage food, and some other staples into a delicious cake.
by Leon Pantenburg
Sauerkraut is one of the original storage food staples. For my ancestors in Germany,
We go fly fishing to catch a Fish. Dad shows you how to kill, gut, and prepare the fish. Then we took the fish to our camp and cooked it up on the fire pit. Good times! Hope you enjoy.
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