Using the apex of your chainsaw blade and using see-saw action, cut up a few mediocre sized pieces of wood, drag it back to the charred pit where you’d like to start a fire, and get these utensils out.
If your stomach is already growling, don’t worry, breakfast should be served in 15 minutes.
- Single gas burner
- Pot or bowl to mix
- Cutlery to eat
- A griddle to put over the fire/coals
- Frying pan
- Eggs (however many you like)
- Bacon (however much you like)
- Olive oil
Fire up the single burner, and pop the kettle on. Wait for the whistle to go off, then make yourself a coffee.
Crack six eggs into a pot lined with butter, and chuck in some finely chopped chives. Cook over low heat, stirring as you go to scramble the eggs.
Either wait until the eggs are done on the single burner, or put some butter or oil on a frying pan and sit it on top of some hot coals beside the fire. Whack some bacon on, and sizzle until it’s crisped up to your desire.
Stand back, don’t let the oil spit onto your precious skin.
Place the bagels over the hot coals on top of the griddle. Turn once it’s toasted to your desire.
Sit back and enjoy your tasty breakfast.