Oregon, the land of dairy, birkenstocks, and trees. Lots of Trees.
Our first stop, naturally, was Willamettans RV Nudist Park.
The Park was clothing optional everywhere! This included the bar, the laundromat, the cafe… except for the saunas, where being nude was required. So both of us did pretty much everything naked. We took hikes, did our laundry, went to the pool, and had breakfast at the cafe… naked! There was also naked karaoke at the bar in the evening.
When we went to breakfast, it sorta felt like that dream when you just forget to put your clothes on. For some reason, everyone at the cafe had their clothes on… except for me. Haejung had her vest on since she was a bit cold. But later on she joined me, and a couple other people who were fully naked sat down next to us.
Unfortunately, we were unable to take many photos inside. (For obvious reasons.) So below is one of Moon’s favorite bachelor food recipe. Tuna & Onions Mac & Cheese! Naked….
Moon’s Famous Tuna Mac & Cheese
So I don’t ever keep track of the actual portions and the amount needed. So this recipe will be told in the true Korean fashion. This means you’re told what to do and how to put things together, but you’re never told the ratio or the portions. You just gotta put the “right amount” in there.
- Tuna in Olive Oil (I used 2 cans for both of us and we had a good amount of leftover)
- Some sort of Cheese (we used Tillamook cheddar, since we’re in Oregon)
- Some kinda Pasta (we used Trader Joe’s Brown Rice Pasta. Surprisingly easy to cook and delicious!)
- Tapatio is highly recommended for consumption
- Get the water boiling for your pasta.
- Melt some butter on a large pan with medium fire, put some garlic in there.
- Cut up your onions, sautée in the pan until nicely caramelized.
- Hopefully your water is boiling at this point, and put in your pasta, cook until al dente.
- Add the tuna, cook it up a little bit.
- Grate your cheese.
- Once the pasta is cooked, drain, and put into the pan with tuna & onion.
- Cook the pasta a little bit, then throw some milk in there.
- Once the milk is heated up, throw in your grated cheese.
- Mix it up.
- Throw some more cheese in there if you want some extra gooeyness.
- Maybe you should throw some more cheese in there.
- Mix it up some more.
- Serve with Tapatio, and it should be pretty darn delicious.
- Beer is also highly recommended.