Come along on our winter breakfast adventure. Where we show you the newest additions to our outdoor cooking kit: The Kelly Kettle Trekker and the Kelly Kettle Scout. And share a nifty way how you can raise the Kelly Kettle off the ground, to… Continue Reading “Winter Kelly Kettle Breakfast”
One of the joys of camping in the colder weather is getting warm by the campfire. Sharing stories, drinking hot chocolate, cooking – or just get mesmerized by the best television show there is; fire! In this post we will share the essential ingredients… Continue Reading “The Art of Fire Making”
In February we became the proud owners of a traditional small flat-bottom boat. Kind of a floating tent, which enables us to dabble into living on the water (again). To find out what it is like to live on this floating very tiny home, we decided… Continue Reading “We Tried Living On Our Small Boat For A Week”
Come along with us on our stay in a beauty off grid cabin, away from hectic and busy life.
We share with you what we eat outdoors and how we keep it cool! Make sure to share your favourites in the comments below.
Some time ago we wondered if a mess tin would fit in our new Anevay Stove, and if we would be able to bake a bread in it. Since we like some challenge, we decided to put it to the test. The mess tin… Continue Reading “Baking Bread in an Anevay Frontier Stove”
One of the things we value, is good nutritious food. Grown locally, and with care. This year we tried to grow a few crops of our own, in order to learn and refresh these skills.
Some places tell stories that ears no longer hear. If you let us choose, we’d always pick nature above being any place else. Though, sometimes buildings can captivate us as any other tree. On one of our last trips in nature we stumbled upon… Continue Reading “From Nature to Urbex”
Summer always is a very hectic time here at Monkey & Sheep. At times like these it is even more important to us to spent as much time as possible outside. These are the times when we like to treat ourselves with some… Continue Reading “Dinner at the estuary”
There is something really fulfilling to see your bread rise and bake – and eat it of course. Especially when you are out and about, carbohydrates are really important for fueling your body. With a couple of simple ingredients and a Dutch oven you… Continue Reading “Baking Bread on a Fire in a Dutch Oven – without getting your hands dirty”