peregrine bushcraft: Mmmm looks bloody lovely I think I can smell it any way mmmmmmm
Resist Survival UK: looks good guys
chris christ: Hey what a Crackin Video and I love the Style...Geeez that sure made me Hungry...Great Stuff M8.....Keep it up = Respect
Mark Petr Boháček: Looks very good, but it's missing the delicious grill look, you get from a oven, Or when your grill roastet on a fire :-)
NaturalBushcraft: @aR3DF0Xa We thoroughly burned the barrel inside and out before using to cook with, this got rid of any paint or chemicals etc. It's a good point though.
aR3DF0Xa: not being a stick, but isnt it dangerous for the food cooking in a beer keg ie the chemicals used to protect the inside being burned etc?
Carlos Porto: Nice. Great idea
YOU AND THEM AUSSIES GET A ROOM
poop scoop: foo fighters :D
Peki Oso: Look at the Argau Stovetop Toaster Mini Griller the perfect accessory for outdoor people
NaturalBushcraft: @RonRay Yeah it's not huge, but it's ancient & natural. It's the one to the right of your co-ordinates. If you Google for "Woodland Valley NaturalBushcraft" you will bring up quite a few pages from my website that have photo slideshows on, it will show you the wood in various times throughout the year. All the best,
RonRay: Nice pork roast! I'll bet you could smell that from miles away.
Speaking of which, that wood isn't very large, is it? Very pretty countryside, but the wood itself is fairly small (if I have the right one...) Google Maps: 50.3261°N 4.9457°W (small wood on right, or large one on left?)
I love those one lane roads and quaint little houses... That's where I should have been born.
Excellent video! Excellent country!
pyroman675: wow. nice man thats really creative
NaturalBushcraft: @000Winter000 "How long is a piece of string" It's completely dependant on how hot your fire is, how thick the metal is, how much dough your working with, a load of variables!.. So it's impossible to answer that question when campfire cooking. There's only one way to become good at cooking with the open camp-fire and that's practice! Campfire cooking is such a dynamic process; only through experience (trial & error) will you become good at it. So get out and give it a go! :D
AirRifleHunterReview: I watched to the end hopeing to see you eat the roach and perch lol Nice video I bet it tasted sweet
ATB Ghost Maker
NaturalBushcraft: @baileymanable Woodland Valley, Ladock, Cornwall, UK
Imagin my surprise when I found a video of yours that i have not seen....lol
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It was actually quite easy to get the meat out of the drum.
Peacen Love: quality idea mate! looks like it may be a hard job getting your food out! i think if i get around to trying this top idea i may do it like a 45 gallon drum bbq with may be a small tool box clasp to keep it closed and "L" or "J" shaped slots for the spit to sit in/on! top idea dude! nice one for the vid
stay safe pip
Homemade Camping Oven - Cider Cooked Pork Bushcraft Style5
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