Acorn and leaf pattern...so rustic...so delicious. You can make a hearty meal with acorns and leaves. First; milk a cow and churn the cream to make butter. You’ll need plenty for the wilting of the leaves. Second; let to salt water evaporate and scrape the out the salt. You’ll need it for seasoning. Wild garlic is easy to find, so once you do, finely chop it because you’ll want to add it at the end as not to burn it. A little colour is fine, but otherwise it’ll get bitter. Oh, look at the friendly little patch of edible mushrooms. Are they psychotropic? Guess you’ll find out! Third; take the caps off of the acorns, and boil them until tender (yes, you can eat acorns!). Fourth; slaughter the cow you’ve just milked, and hang the carcass to drain the blood. Once drained, get your hands in there and scrape out some of that kidney fat. You’ll want to use some of it to fry up the acorns and mushrooms together. Don’t be afraid to let them get a little colour. Heat up your pan on the fire. Add the acorns and mushrooms. Now that the acorns and mushrooms have colour, and the water from said mushrooms have cooked off, you can add the leaves to wilt with a dollop of fresh butter, and salt. Cook it down until almost tender, and add the garlic. Take it off the heat, plate and eat! As it turns out, the mushrooms are kicking in. Don’t try to break down the cow right now. Wait for a couple days, as you will definitely be tripping balls because you ate a LOT of ‘shrooms, bud. Just take it all in and watch the trees breathe.
This belt is nicely tooled, nicely worn in, and almost soft.
Size range: approx. 27-34" Someone made a couple extra holes to make the belt fit smaller.