NOT HAVING TWO HEADS, SELF PUBLISHING & WILD COOKING
THE ROVING MIC BY HAYDEN QUINN
When I first saw Sarah on Instagram I just knew she was a cool chick! Getting to know her and talk to her on the podcast confirmed that (BIG TIME!). Not only did Sarah take time out of her super busy schedule to chat with me for the pod, she also picked me and Luisa up from the airport, and gave us a roof to sleep under for a couple of nights while in Tassie! Amazing!
I hope this podcast gives you a little insight into Sarah and her world, and maybe gets you pumped to get out there and spend some time in the great outdoors! (Or maybe even visit Tasmania! It's worth it, I promise!!!)
As always, watch our BTS Video here...
Sarah's 5 Tips when cooking over fire
Light your fire early - 'you don't want to cook on direct flame. Let is burn down so you end up with coals...'
Don't cook direct on coals - 'you need air circulation to keep the heat...don't smother it...'
Use cast iron - '...beautiful flavour, and you can use it anywhere.'
Buy a jaffle maker! - 'two slices of bread, lots of butter..'
(we missed number five haha)
BEHIND THE SCENES
We took a deep dive into Sarah's Yeti Tundra:
Yeti Gear - 'really hardy....keeps things cold or dry...you can fit quite a lot in them...'
Teapot - 'its a little bit broken, but I like doing things from scratch...'
Knife - 'it's a Japanese vegetable knife.' (it was a gift from Jesse McTavish)
Kathmandu Gas Cooker - 'to heat up soup and things like that'
Tea-towel - 'when you need to pick something up and not burn your hands.'
A massive thank you to the incredible Luisa Brimble for her amazing skills, talent and overall energy. Luisa took all the photos and shot the short video clips for this episode. Thank you.
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