Hunting Pigeon: Cooking at the Bushcraft Camp | Field Dressing, Axe, Knife, Cast Iron Roast
Bushcraft: Cooking Pigeon at the bushcraft camp which I field dress and put in a cast iron dutch oven over the fire. I begin by building the new enlarged fire pit at the medieval bushcraft camp. Using large stones to surround the fire pit, I then add a layer of sand over the concrete base. I get a big fire going and then use the lid of the dutch oven to quick fry some pigeon breast in garlic butter. I then roll on some footage of hunting and field dressing pigeon with my 12 bore at my friends farm. Later I cook up a full pigeon roast with fresh organic vegetables harvested from my homestead garden.
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This video is great, keep it up 👍
Cheers, will do 👍🏻
That ant tried its best to steal your pigeon crown.
” MY PIGEON, GIVE IT HERE ” :))
I see that too 🐜 😅
Ants are edible
@Maxxus Maksim toasted crunchy little nuggets
24:25 the ant’s having a go at your dinner, bud
i bet the ant got cooked when he put the bird in 🤣
Boys… BOYYYYSSSSSSS!!! I GOT THE MOTHERLOAD! BOYS COME HELP ME GET THIS THING!!!
Have I miss updates on the air raid shelter?
I do enjoy your vids. Informative and fun.
From “Across the Pond” 😀
Oh hell, yeah!! My day just improved exponentially! Thanks so much for your efforts!!!
Nice Hunting, in this area people go dove hunting. They are a lot harder to hit. Unfortunately, there are some people do believe meat magically appears in the supermarket. Another hot and humid day here 35 c.
well they do
I laughed pretty hard when you started whipping the dirt from the fire pit and I thought grab some cloth or something to get the rest off, then boom huge pile of dirt! 😂
Love the silence in the videos. When you work , listetning to the tools, the fire crackling. No music. Very calming and nice
Give me a check I need some criticism on my videos and ideas I agree with you with the no music 🎷
Next project: A ant proof cutting board 😀
Actually, we say “autumn” and “fall” interchangeable here in America: six of one, half a dozen of the other.
Here for the pigeon stealing ant comments xD
have you ever thought of building a saxon wood style water tower to collect the rain water and snow
Is this a cooking show or an outdoor show? You guys make some outstanding meals. Good job.Always makes me hungry.
I would like to see more of that cooking rack homemade or bought
That was the most enjoyable wildlife management lesson. Thanks for sharing it, and educating the modern audience on the realities of wildlife and how we can best live with them.
Hmmmm wild meats, people don’t know what they are missing
I’m a lot in the nature in the Netherlands, but I can’t recall if I’ve ever seen pigeons in the wild, I only know them from city squares
They seem to be everywhere here in the States.
It’s because birds aren’t real. Covid only happened so they could change the batteries in the birds
Even your car’s license plate says TAOutdoors. lol
I have seek that in Great Britain, you can buy the plate you want if it is available. So it is probably the aim !
Speaking of hunting. A friend of mine went hunting last week and he brought me a gift today, a couple of kilo’s Eland and Red Hartebeest sausage. So tonight we’ll be having a couple of beers, and putting some chops and wildswors on the braai. Much better eating than that poor little pigeon, I think.😂
Greetings from South Africa.😉
When I lived in Kent, we could literally shoot out of the front door and in the fields around us would walk up a few pigeon and bunnies each week, I would keep a few pigeon breasts to fry up and would put the rest in a bag and hang it on the neighbour’s door. Usually a few days later I would get home from work to a couple of pigeon or rabbit pies waiting for me.
Excellent picked you up from your Totally Awesome dad. Takes me back to my youth on my mates farm shooting pigeons and skin them cut out the breast, small fire skewers from twigs instant lunch. Also used to shoot rabbits on a country estate to stop them destroying the formal gardens, always left a brace on the Lords steps and then sold the rest round our local village. Thanks Mike for a Totally awesome throwback.