Cabin Brunch with Getaway House

November 13, 2018

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I spent some days this fall completely unplugged from technology in the woods outside of Boston with my friend Briana at Getaway House. We spent our time reading (I read Agatha Christie from my mum's library), and working through writing exercises (Bri is writing a BOOK), on a run down the rural roads I foraged flowers and greens for a bouquet, and I cooked brunch over the fire. It was chilly so we retreated inside to eat cozied up in the cabin. Also - we ate an outlandish number of donuts from Holy Donuts. Read on for my campfire brunch recipe!

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Campfire Brunch at Getaway House Recipe;

Ingredients (we brought);
- Eggs (free range + organic, please!)
- Sourdough Bread
- 2 Potatoes
- 1 Red Pepper
- 1 sweet onion
- 1 bag organic spinach
- tinfoil

Ingredients (provided);
- Olive Oil
- Balsamic Vinegar
- Salt & Pepper

Recipe for Campfire Home Fries (i.e. "hobo packets")
- Get your fire going! 
- Getaway house provides instructions for how to start a fire, as well as fire wood and fire starter.
- Chop the potatoes, pepper, and onion.
- Toss in a bowl with olive oil, until lightly coated.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste.
- Wrap the mixture in tin foil.
- Place the packets on the grill over the fire.
- Flip after 20 minutes.
- These take about 40 minutes to cook.
- But check! They take a long time, but can burn easily.
- After we removed them from the fire, we transferred the packets to a pan to bring inside (to contain the mess!).

Recipe Campfire Toast
- Okay so recipe is a dramatic word for this, but stay with me.
- Place the sliced bread on the grill.
- Do not place it directly over the flames or it will burn (though a little char is GOOD).
- Flip using tongs.
- This toasts quickly!
- Toast your bread when the potatoes are almost done cooking.

Getaway House Soft Boiled Eggs Recipe
- In the cabins at Getaway House there are stoves! They also provide pots and pans.
- Bring a pot of water to a hard boil.
- Carefully lower eggs into the water.
- Reduce to a slow boil.
- Boil for six and a half minutes (no seriously, six and a HALF).
- Fill a separate bowl with cold water.
- After six and a half minutes, carefully transfer the eggs to the cold water. (This makes them easier to peel).
-Peel and plate! Top with salt and pepper to taste!

Enjoy your campfire breakfast with a side of fresh spinach topped with balsamic! We also had rosé / grapefruit juice cocktails and tea!

(two girls... a dozen donuts... don't judge)

Briana and I were at Getaway House as part of their Artist Residency. Thank you for the opportunity Getaway House!

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