Sunday, October 5, 2008

One great meal after another

Brownie triangles with creamy icing were a treat we discovered at Bella's Bakery & Cafe in Clayton, New York. Bella's was also the provider of a tasty cheese bread we enjoyed for several days.

In Alexandria Bay, New York, we found local fish--lake perch and walleye pickerel--that made for a mouth-watering fish fry, with garlic herb home-fried potatoes and green beans.

Yes, on a two-burner Wallas kerosene stove, it is possible to pan-fry ribeye steak to perfection.

In fact, we had such success with ribeye that we enjoyed another pair of steaks a few nights later. That's more beef in less than a week than we usually have over several months. But the pan-frying and the sauteeing of onions and mushrooms in butter sure steamed up the small cabin on At Last! as you can see by the fog in the photo.

The next evening we packed on a few more ounces by feasting on Polish sausage, home-fried potatoes and fresh corn on the cob.

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