Wagon Camping in the 1800s and Recipes from Lewis & Clark

Wagon Camping in the 1800s and Recipes from Lewis & Clark


Frank Paluka lived here bring the
turn of the century He died from a rattlesnake bite in 1936 and is buried with the snake let’s go down the road a little further
i wanna show you are really cool campsite next to the lake. The forest service has put up barricades so you don’t park too close to the lake. This is a good place to camp American beauty berry bushes keep the
mosquitoes away Turks Cap are edible greens and the
flowers are sweet and the young leaves the tender leaves
are tasty are like them just as a salad raw or they can be cooked Passion Vines provide a relaxation tea and the flowers are tasty garnish. You only have to cure your camping gear
few feet My year is reminiscent of that which was
used for wagon camping during the late eighteen hundreds. cast-iron cookware kerosene lantern and a hammock made from a bed sheet. This is the second time for me to use
this hammock last time i held it up with poles and ropes This time it is attached to trees and it’s
much more secure. At the dawn of the century hammocks were very popular for wagon camping. uh… sleeping on platforms was also a
popular well i a opted for simplicity. it’s attached to the trees with a timber hitch and at the other end with a slippery hitch. the mosquito screen is attached to the
ridgeline with prusick knots so that i can slip a back-and-forth is difficult to control the heat when
cooking on a traditional campfire a trench fire solves this problem They produce very little smoke. analyzing the cook several pans at once individually just in the heat for it american pioneers an eighteen hundred
frequently used Trench Fires for cooking. the prairie traveler handbook published
by the u_s_ toward apartment in eighteen sixty one recommended this style plus
looking for the meals for this camping trip are from the food journal of lewis and clark recipes for an expedition president thomas jefferson commissioned
lewis and clark to lead the first expedition across the western half on
this continent from eighteen oh four two eighteen oh six the purpose was to establish an american
presence in this territory before britain and other european powers tried
to claim it the campaign secondary objective was to
study the plants an animal’s and geography and establish trade with native people the maps in journals are very impressive
providing a wealth of of information from which we can learn a great deal although the expedition carried three
thousand five hundred pounds of supplies this soon discovered that they didn’t
bring enough corn corn was a staple so the blacksmiths
traded their labor for corn and the use this corn into different
recipes for making parched corn in the first recipe they used sweet corn
or green corn and they would cut it from the cobb and they would fry it and a small amount
of oil our modern sweet corn is much sweeter
than what was available in the eighteen hundreds in the second recipient the usual dried
corn ride mature corn mature corn hardens asli roister of apparatus it doesn’t revel this is harsh bright colours departments week corner salt quarter u and gene one not after parking at it becomes easier
to the global water mills will open your stomach and appeal
pple for dinner tonight i’m following recipes
for march twenty eighth eighteen oh four clark wrote i had corn parched to make a
parchment first korean and dried meat suit it’s really
simple to make seen green onions parched sweet corn dried beef little salt and pepper and daschle boil second we’re having greens your local eclectic grains and then for dessert corn pudding native americans had a long history of
uh… preparing ground corneal and making puddings and grants newly-arrived europeans and in corn meal
to their own puddings which were often rich in hayes milk and spices well enough to take cash and going to be parched corn syrup greens literature champ four vitamins and
minerals and sort of a sweet flavor there really
excellent wind corn pudding itial a bit like pumpkin pie but first sunset swam alive and well help me find my way back might be dark which work this is that so much fun right at that time dot try our hit the
sack slade range you put down because you can get it basically extended continues then
something determined consistent in transplant embarrassment for the
families unit within the field penny for the trip
and during that time with this witness any impeding within but the morning i have good night applying it we’re doing the sun’s coming up flops pretty for breakfast wine making cornmeal mush with cheese in previous videos on a whole cakes and
ash cakes these are very simple ways to enjoy
cornmeal could directly over campfire cornmeal slash is a sophisticated cousin you can still find it called cheese
grits on restaurant menus and in homes throughout the south the simple to make some corn meal salt reviewed trees little bit about her on bringing adequate on a little water
bring it to ward off the you can eat it fresh right after you played it you can cool it off refrigerated now and then cut it up and fry it i’m having passion vine t cornmeal martian cheese garnished with passion vine flower fashionable in florida really tasty there’s you’re sweet calpoly below that i talk to them bon appetit this has been a fun weekend uh… i really enjoy it here yes women away walk in the trails there are very many mosquitoes thanks to
the american beauty berry fantastic food it’s time to head home now and so until next time it and one

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