So ..... who says that camping means beans and weenies and s'mores? (not that I have anything against that sort of thing, hot dogs with canned chili and cheese makes a great camping dinner!)
We're in Jasper, Alberta and what you see is a genuine Alberta rib eye, so delicious and tender it could make a meat eater cry. A big difference between US beef and Alberta beef is that while the US finishes the cow with corn, ranchers use barley here in Western Canada. They didn't mention if the barley was in the form of beer, but I'd imagine really happy cattle then. Add some fresh green beans, fry up some new potatoes and what a tasty dinner! Oh yeah, the wine is from Canada too and the packaging is custom made for camping!
Happy eating!!!Dad took a little piece of an iceberg from the glacial lake today so that we could chill the cava that we brought along with us. We made a great pasta with ready made sauce, which we added bacon to, and then completed with a salad. We paid $20 for a salad like this 2 nights before and decided not to resent our greens so much and make it for ourselves. The peaches are from