The McD experience was highly disappointing.
I understand that, too. I think the taste is very similar all over the world. I wasn't there for a long time either, but we used to go there as the kids were young. They liked it. We often traveled between south Germany and Sweden, as they were small and McD was a safe way to keep them satisfied. They fought a lot, if they were bored and such a long journey was boring and if they were hungry; it was worse.
We also eat elk or moose or whatever this animal ought to be called. We don't hunt ourselves, but I'm originally a farm girl and most of my family members hunt. So we always get some meat. Sometimes we buy it the Banished way; my brothers get some fish instead, when my husband catch a lot.
And yes @kee
, as the hunting season starts, I prefer not to go into the woods to pick mushrooms or berries, at least not until late in the afternoon. I suppose it's similar in Norway: In some parts of the country the year is divided in before and after the elk hunt. I happened to have my first job in such an area, as i was a young engineer. I even think i got the job, because I don't hunt: I could work that elk hunting week, as everyone else wanted to have vacations.
What's today's dinner? Sausage with mashed turnips and a tomato salad. The tomatoes matured late this year, but now we have plenty.