Creamy Corn Chowder w/ Roast Pork

Creamy Corn Chowder w/ Roast Pork

While this dish is primarily cooked trail side on a open fire, that backyard fire pit can be a great substitute transforming into a unique exotic meal sure to amaze.  Sometimes just a little change like this reminds us of how special dining al-fresco should be and serve not only a hunger pain but also that need we all have to get out of the house at times. Yet how do I start? Start to tell the tail of why such an elaborate set up.  I have to admit to a subtle personality flaw, I am a snob.  Not as an individual, but rather regarding many aspects in my life.  For those of you that know me this may seem a bit hypocritical seeing how I routinely find myself spending nights either hot, cold, damp or just plain muddy.  This combined with a few little pleasures (like a trail side hot shower) keep me from going native streaking through the forest under a full moon. First vice, Coffee.  I don’t mean a cup of joe from a dough-nut shop with perhaps a pump from some plastic housed chemically infused simple syrup. I am talking about real top shelf, fresh ground, steeped perfectly and strained through all natural fiber nectar of the gods (this obsession will be covered in a future article).  Second vice are meals, and like the first I enjoy simple items brought to a higher level then just plain camp fire food.  Anyone can bring a pack of weenies but only the truly sick and obsessed will source hand crafted sausages, pair them with a beautiful full...