Spying, Spring Indigo sees bread being baked, realizes that the smell is "...intoxicating..." (p. 354) and understands why Peter dreams of eating it.
Later, at the main campfire, she tends a hide trough full of water where venison, onions, roots and greens cook, kept hot "...by dropping in hot rocks..." (p. 357). Leather is lighter than metal and less breakable than pottery. Peter's stomach rumbles.
Our food thread continues to grow.