After a long day on the road traveling, nothing is better than a good meal. And what makes that good meal even better? Not having to cook it yourself. Imagine going on the hunt for a gourmet meal out in the wilderness. All you have are coordinates to guide your way. Upon your arrival to the designated spot, you see others looking just as perplexed as yourself. Everyone makes their way to a central campfire area and is greeted with smiles, friendly faces, and smells that make you salivate as you approach. New friendships are made and interesting conversations take place over a delicious meal. That, my friend, is what Overland Eats is all about.
Enjoying a good meal with good company is an pastime enjoyed by all for decades. Food always has a way of bringing together friends, family, and strangers. Meals enjoyed in civilization can be an experience to remember and apps like Yelp help you find new up-and-coming spots. But what about when you’re out on an adventure? That doesn’t stop some from enjoying a top-notch meal with others. Whether the preference is cooking over a propane stove, one burner, skottle, or open fire, people are really turning it up a notch to create better-tasting food. Perhaps it is because they are inspired by their friends or they saw someone who created a masterpiece on Instagram. Regardless of the reason, many people are getting outdoors and bringing a near Michelin-rated meal along for the experience.
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Yota Winter 2020