Wednesday, before we headed out to the dunes and the falls, Jim fixed us breakfast on his new Kow. Their friend, Teddy made it for him and it’s called a Kow because it’s the opposite of a wok. A flat iron surface, with horseshoe handles. When properly seasoned, it has a great non-stick surface for any type of grill cooking. Jim bought one of those chicken deep fat fryers and used the burner base as the heat source. He started his sausage patties, onions and cubed potatoes first.
Then he added some mild green chilies and last the scrambled egg mixture. As the eggs were cooking, he put the fajita shells around the edge of the kow to warm them through. When everything was ready, he put the mixture in the shells and rolled them up..breakfast burrito style.
The finished product was delicious ! Hot and yummy on a chilly morning at camp. A great start to our day of adventure. Our thanks to Chef Jim for a mighty fine breakfast !