August 10 is National S’mores Day and I have 31 reasons to celebrate. Read on for 31 yummy alternative recipes to traditional S’mores.
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Camping is supposed to be simple, right? Getting back to nature, turning off the electronics and cooking over an open fire. Do you find yourself packing in more stuff than you should for a weekend in the woods? These 10 camping tips, hacks and shortcuts will help you save time, space and money. Read on for some great ideas, including a foolproof plan to prevent rain from ruining your weekend to a creative new spin on S’mores.
Enjoying a dinner of bear is a real treat when you cook up these recipes and make sure you’re harvesting, butchering aging and preparing it correctly.
Hot chocolate is not only yummy and comforting; it actually warms your up. You don’t have to forgo this delicious treat when the power goes out—severe winter weather is the perfect time to enjoy a mug of hot chocolate using a few ingredients from your long-term food storage and a gel fuel camp or survival stove. I whipped up my own ultra chocolaty version in about 20 minutes. Here is my favorite single-serving hot chocolate recipe using a Swiss military surplus gel fuel M1 stove kit.
Hunters can now add elk to their activities due to the increase in restoration and conversation programs in many areas of the United States. Read the post for more information and a great recipe for using the elk you bagged.
Doves are one of the most hunted game birds: cleaning them by hand is easy to do and gives you a delicious ingredient for soma great recipes. Read this post to try two of the author’s favorite recipes for enjoying dove in your campsite or home.
Hunting squirrels in the summer is much more difficult than in the winter, as they have a ton of lush green foliage to hide behind. Many people dismiss squirrels as edible game, referring to them as tree rats that are unfit on which to dine. I obviously disagree. Some people claim they taste like chicken but, while I can see the resemblance, squirrel is actually a bit darker and more tasty than chicken.