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The following recipe is part to a little mini serie “Cooking in the Bush”.
This recipe was produced during our latest trip around Western Australia. We stopped in the old Town Site of Nannine, a ghost town. So much a ghost town than if you google it, it does not appear. This site is about 750 klm North East of Perth and 30 klm South of Meekathara.
We found through Wikicamp App, an access to a road that took us to an old mine site. No one was there but us and this big pit. Nannine was a gold mine in the early years of last Century. The feeling was airy but it was great to be in the middle of nowhere and off the grid.
Sine we knew we will be 22 days on the road and covering 6000 klm we filled up the freezer with some goodies. One of them was some beautiful rock lobster from the WA coast. Hence why our first treat was Charcoal grilled Lobster with chervil and aniseed butter.Trust me we did not eat like this everyday but it was the perfect spot to cook them.
More little snapshot of the trip in he video to show you the road to Nannine.
- Make sure to take a fire pit if you can not make one, wood, charcoal beads, fire starter
Start your fire about 1.5 hour before the time you want to eat.