Sunday, 11 June 2017

Camp Breakfast

Please make allowances for a blogger posting after a long day. We can usually find something to eat.

SM Stirling, The Scourge Of God (New York, 2009), Chapter Seventeen, pp. 414-415.

lamb sausages with garlic and sage;
fresh-caught fish, grilled with butter and pecans, white and flaky;
buffalo-hump hash;
eggs scrambled with herbs and wild onion;
rose-hip tea;
talk (an important ingredient, I think).

As I post, a program about extrasolar planets is on TV but I am not absorbing the information.

1 comment:

Sean M. Brooks said...

Kaor, Paul!

Yet another, all too tempting Stirlingian meal! (Smiles)

And I have sometimes wondered if any characters in the Emberverse series gave any thought to pre-Change hard science fiction, no matter how "irrelevant" it seemed, post-Change. That is, has any thought been given by second and third generation post-Changers how much mankind had LOST? And has anyone thought about OTHER worlds? It would be interesting to know what someone born after the Change thought of such Anderson novels as WE CLAIM THESE STARS or A CIRCUS OF HELLS.