You need an egg, a sausage, a piece of bread, and some onions. And of course, some sauses like ketchop and mustard.
First, cook those onions. Before you fully cook them, put some salt and pepper on it. It’ll increase the pleasant smell and the taste.
Second, cook those egg and sausage. Put knife marks on those sausage to cook it throughly. That picture is a failure, cuz I tried to warp the egg around the sausage and failed.
If you cooked them all, put those sausage and egg on the bread.
Then put those onion you cooked on top of it. Spray it with ketchop and mustard.
Fold it so it’ll fit in your hand, then enjoy!
Get a hamberger bread and some Pattys.
Also, Onion, Tomatoes, and other stuff if you want.
Cook the patty.
Add some pepper if you want. I did. Makes the patty taste better. Also, salt the patty if it is not done. Mine got salted from the factory, so i didn’t.
Slowly getting cooked…
Finally. The assembly.
Cut the tomatoes, and put the patty on the bread, and put tomatoes on it, and cheese if you want on it as well.
That’s my mom’s
And mt dad’s.
Taste: great! Cheaper than hambergers made in burgerking or Mcdonalds, and tastes better!
Build your own hamberger!
Customizable and delicious!
It’s night and still doing campfire.
Sausage on stick.
Was extremely good.
The moon iz bright. Brighter than i’ve seen in a long time.
And the night finished like that.
So… it’s the next day. For breakfast, we had instant noodles and rice. Wuz good. Well, we were all hungry, so i reckon everything we ate wuz good. Btw, i really did not sleep well last night cuz of the cold.
And u know what dis is?
Marshmellow in coffee. Lol.
This wuz a joke, but it wasnt actually dat bad. More like drinking sugary water than coffee.
And that’s the end of it.
We packed up and went home. Actually, we r going home at the very moment i’m writing this. Looking back, it was good. J think i enjoyed it.
So the tent is already set up for us. We only need to bring the chairs, food, table, and etc which filled our car to the brim.
Setting the camp up…
Lighing the chacol on fire… that’s me holding the torch. Chacol got on fire surprisingly fast.
Forgot to take any pics after chopping the wood.
And, today i was to get taught how to cook beef on fire. Cuz i literally burn every time i cook anything. That and i dont know the proper way of cooking beef.
And cooking… (This is the first time me and my dad cooked sausages. Well, mostly my first time cuz my father didnt really help. He laid back, expecting me to learn from experience.
And… finally, eat! Beef and sausages were… at least good.
We ate and ate and ate.
Finally, marshmellows. This was also the first time my family had eaten cooked marshmellows, so we were kinda surprised that marshmellows peeled off. To me, it literally tasted like sugar, which i’m pretty sure it is majorly consisted of.
Of course, caprison cant be missed, can it?
And more marshmellows!
Just normal taco. Paid $5 for it.
And it was delicious. Worth $5.
Veges in a… burrito? Dunno. Some kind of flour made cover. And meat under the veges. Added some hotsauce and some unknown sauce, and it was great.
Tho… it wasnt as great when I didnt add the sauce.
Even better. Tho I did pay $6 for those. It only came in a 2 set, so I was forced to buy 2. Although I would say it was definetely worth it.
It was delicious, and filling at the same time.
Has chesse, meat, veges in it.
This was literally my first time ever trying mexican food, and I must say, it was real great.
Kinda expensive tho…
Main meal. (It’s made out of pork. And this restaurant gave me some rice for the side dish. And some veges.)
A dessert I bought 4 myself.
Not the best, but let’s be fair. That only cost me $5. (The drink cost me $2..)
As much as it sucks to live outside of ‘merica, the dishes are great.
Looks simple? Simple but great.
Fried tofu, some chopped fish, and some boiled and cured chicken.