Students of our Traditional Living Skills course were treated to a fantastic bit of al fresco dining one evening last week. In between shelter building and hand-drill practice, our Woodloreans were presented with this juicy, slow-cooked leg of lamb, courtesy of our experienced instructors:
Building and expanding on the skills of the Fundamental Bushcraft course, Traditional Living Skills is designed for those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of Bushcraft, and is ideal for those preparing for our Journeyman course.
shame you could have used the dripping (as the leg cooked) to make a Yorkshire pudding style dish, set the leg rotating and the fats infuse with the batter which is cooked by the fire. looks seriously good though 🙂