Unbelievable, among the similarities between Wyoming and Mongolia (exact same low population density, wide open spaces, herding animals and mining industries) they prepare special food like this:
Meat and vegetables (albeit different kinds) put into a milk can over an open fire.
Feeding of the multitudes. The only question from our Mongolian friends who saw the pictures was: "Is it sheep?" In Wyoming, it most definitely was not, rather a fancy kind of hot dog, which they didn't want to be called hot dog :=}
That's okay, our Mongolian leader/friend informed us that Horhog (what they call this meal in Mongolian) literally translates as 'poison garbage'.
They both taste much better than they sound, and always a memorable meal.