Camping & Potty
My Essential Camping Kitchen Tools What do I get by with when I’m cooking off-grid? Here’s a list: Swiss Army Knife (with a corkscrew) 1 cheap chef’s knife (I keep a battered one in our camping kitchen box) a cutting board stainless steel locking tongs, the longer the better can opener wooden spoon stainless steel spatula cast iron skillet camping pots tin foil dishwashing basin dish towels biodegradable soap
DIY your own individual coffee-bags-to-go. Here’s an easy way of creating little coffee bags for individual cups of coffee away from home. Individual travel coffee bags 1. Press one coffee filter into the bottom of a ½ cup measuring scoop. 2. Spoon one to two tablespoons of fresh coffee grounds into filter. 3. Using dental floss, bakers twine or upholstery thread, cinch the protruding filter paper and tie the string into a knot. 4. Trim away extra filter paper beyond 1 inch of tie. ...
Bake a Campfire Cake in an Orange- Cut the tops off oranges & scoop out the fruit. Fill each orange just past halfway with prepared cake mix. Put the tops back on & wrap in foil. Set the oranges in the campfire coals for 20 minutes. The cake bakes right in the oranges and is very moist with a tinge of orange flavor.
The Decagon Link Station has modules available to make your own interesting solution. Link, dome, link screen and the car tarp are all possibilities for making a most amazing compound fit for anyone wanting to camp. Create a centralized hub with “wings” for cohabitation or group everything as you see fit for a more modular and house-like effort.