05 April 2013
Cooking pastry at False Bluff isn't simple. Done with wood and an open fire makes it trickier than simply turning on your stove's oven.
First collect and split the wood.
Making the treats from scratch is done pretty much the same around the world.
The pastry is placed in the bottom of a large, heavy pot which is then put both over - and under - a fire. A piece of metal (in this case a piece of metal roofing material) is used to cover the pot and provides a surface for the top wood fire.
This pastry is filled with a cheese/sugar/cinnamon mix and is golden brown when cooked.
Posted by False Bluff at 8:00 AM