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18 Fire Pit Ideas For Your Backyard - Best of DIY Ideas
Everyone loves a fire pit, but when you create one to can cook on, you create an entertaining space certain to be the life of any outdoor party!
The hubby asked me the other day, if I ever get tired of building cooking apparatuses, after I should him this diy plow disc cooker. So far we already have the diy old satellite dish solar cooker, the diy outdoor mud stove and the diy homemade bbq barrel. There is a few more lying around
Sizzle up some BUSH’S Original Baked Beans in this Breakfast Skillet Platter. Epic way to wake up in the morning!
- • 4 slices Bacon, thick
- • 4 Chorizo sausage, links
- • 1 tbsp Garlic powder
- • 1 1/2 cups Golden potatoes
- • 1/4 cups Mushrooms
- • 2 tbsp Parsley
- • 4 Farm fresh eggs
Baking & Spices
- • 1 tbsp Black pepper
- • 1 tsp Brown sugar
- • 1 tbsp Kosher salt
Oils & Vinegars
- • 2 tbsp Oil
- • 1 can (any size original bush’s ® baked beans)
- • ½ to mato (sliced)
Adam Niecikowski saved to Exterior
We all need some inspiration on the grill sometimes! Make sure to try my 12 creative grilling ideas to use at home right now!
Elaine Susan saved to Smoking
Stone Oven -How to Build / Use Primitive Cooking Technology-: Whether in modern or primitive times, the cooking gear needed to grill or bake a hearty meal can be appreciated by all. This Instructable is an introduction to a more basic cooking technology, from a time when electric/gas stoves and ovens had not …
Knowing how to safely build a fire for warmth and cooking is an essential, basic, self-sufficiency skill that is completely FREE to learn! Break out your dutch oven, your favorite camping recipes and a campfire! Click the pin to learn how to build the best fire and tips and tricks for cooking over an open fire. | Hillsborough Homesteading #homesteading #cooking #selfsufficiency #fire #camping #outdoors
Grow a Good Life saved to Homestead Living
This dish is best made in a cast iron grill on an outdoor fire while at the beach camping with friends. The smokiness of the fire adds remarkable flavor. Also delicious on your home stove in your cast iron skillet which provides a different flavor.
- • 6 oz Shrimp
- • 1/2 cup Cherry tomatoes
- • 1 Small handful Herbs, fresh
- • 2 cups Japanese eggplant
- • 1 Squeeze Of a whole lemon, whole
- • 1 cup White onion
- • 3 cups Water or vegetable stock
Pasta & Grains
- • 1 cup Fideo or angel hair pasta broken into
Baking & Spices
- • 1 Salt and pepper
Oils & Vinegars
- • 1 4 cup of olive oil plus 3 tablespoons
Beer, Wine & Liquor
- • 1 cup White wine, dry
On the last warm weekend in October, we had our friends Laura and Sam over for a little gathering. We try to get together at least once a month with them, thus why you see them fairly often here. We currently live on opposite sides of the Traverse/Leelanau world but we have been determined to […]
SuperSyper saved to Chocolate Galore
A celebration of the winter season and the hidden gift of delicious foods it brings along. We gathered in Oregon wine country with some of the best people!
Bethanysaros saved to Elemental