I have always wanted to try cooking on a stone, but had never found a large, flat stone (that will not explode or shatter) until out walking last week. I carried it back to the cabin and set it on bricks and then made a fire underneath.
Once the stone was very hot, I could begin cooking. For my fist meal I made some dough a baked flat breads, with onions, mushrooms and meatballs
With a baking tray upside down on the top I was able to cook Pizza and I can set the coffee pot on the stone to cook coffee.
One of my trips out while staying at the cabin, was a fishing trip with my friend Tommy (we were using spinners)
We were trying to catch Sea Trout traveling up rive but it was just a little early in the season, but Tommy was determined that I would catch my first fish so we moved to a calmer area of water to try to catch Grayling (Thymallus thymallus). My luck is unchanged and as you might guess I caught nothing, but fortunately Tommy caught three nice Grayling
one of which he gave to me to take home.
I removed the head, tail and skinned it and then placed it on some Juniper (to give added flavor) on the hot stone
After fifteen minutes it was cooked perfectly and was really good to eat!
Good stuff…looks like a good time!
Looks good, but you may want to try to cook the fish with the skin on. If cooked well it is nice and crisp.
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