6 Commentswww.thevanillatulip.comOutdoorsPin ItPaula Deen's fried pickles Ingredients Add to grocery list 1 24-ounce Jar Kosher dill pickle spears or slices 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 cup Louisiana hot sauce (I like Texas Pete) 1/2 cup buttermilk 1 gal peanut oil 2 cups Uncle Bubba’s Fry Mix Directions Drain the juice from the pickle jar and refill the jar with the garlic powder, hot sauce, and buttermilk. Marinate the pickles for at least 30 minutes. In a Dutch oven over medium-high heat, heat the oil to 350 degrees F. Dra...
3 Commentswww.thedatingdivas.comOutdoorsPin It101 Camping Tips and Ideas Jackpot of camping ideas
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7 Commentswww.frenchtoasty.comOutdoorsPin ItCampfire Breakfast Burritos (make ahead!). Will be making this for our next camping trip!
8 Commentswww.onegoodthingbyjillee.comOutdoorsPin ItUse a shoe organizer to set up a camp kitchen and make utensils easy to find. Camping Organize Camp Kitchen
4 Commentsechoesoflaughter.caOutdoorsPin ItCamping recipes & tips Sam says: this is the best post with tips that are actually practical. Il do like 8 out of the ten things for food prep. It would make it nice not to 'worry' about the food and just enjoy the outdoors.
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5 Commentswww.familycookbookproject.comOutdoorsPin ItPerfect for camping or a backyard fire pit: Pizza Log (and more camping recipes)
10 Commentswww.makinghomebase.comOutdoorsPin ItGENIUS! For home fire pits too! Make a smores box to store all of your supplies! Duh.... So annoying to juggle the pack of crackers, the sticky bag of marshmallows, the candy bar... It wont change the world, but it will simplify my camping!
7 Commentscookiecrumbsandsawdust.blogspot.comOutdoorsPin ItCamping Tip: Just lightly beat them ahead of time at home, then pack them in a recyclable water bottle using a kitchen funnel. A 16 oz water bottle will hold approximately 8-9 extra large eggs. If camping for several days, just pack in separate water bottles and label by day or dish. This eliminates any measuring on site. Handy for scrambled eggs!
5 Commentswww.wikihow.comOutdoorsPin ItKEEPING FLIES AWAY FROM OUTDOOR PARTY FOOD. Lavender oil - lavender is considered to be particularly effective against flies Citronella oil (dilute with water first) Eucalyptus oil (dilute with water first) Pennyroyal oil (dilute with water first) Peppermint oil (dilute with water first; likely more effective against mosquitoes but also considered to work against horse-flies. Lemongrass oil (dilute with water first)How to Make Natural Outdoor Fly Repellent with Essential Oils
7 Commentswww.advrider.comOutdoorsPin ItThe Narrows, Austin, TX, in the Texas Hill Country on the Hays/Blanco County line, a coral reef once thrived in land covered by an ocean that is now dry & frozen in time. On the upper south side of Lake Travis near the community of Spicewood. From Austin take Texas 71, turn north on Spur 191, proceed approx 1mi to Spicewood. Cont traveling north 1.1mi on Burnet County Rd 410 to CR 411, a gravel road. Proceed approx 1.5mi north to the entrance for the Narrows Recreation Area
9 Commentstwothirtyfivedesigns.comOutdoorsPin Itswimming pool made to look like a river. cool idea !!! i love the swing and tree house set as well!!!
8 Commentswww.sugarfreemom.comOutdoorsPin ItBaked Oatmeal- Personalize each one for each family member. Freeze extras for future use. Quick and HEALTHY breakfast muffin or granola bar replacement. Gluten Free.
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6 Commentswww.ehow.comOutdoorsPin ItMentholatum ointment (or Vicks) repel mosquitoes more safely than DEET. Mosquito Repellent
5 Commentstherealityofskinny.tumblr.comOutdoorsPin ItBanana Coconut pops, and many other fantastic lite recipes!! Blend the following: 1 can pineapple w/ juice, 1 banana, 1 can coconut milk, 1/2 tsp vanilla. Freeze in pops 117 calories per pop. I am making this a million times this summer.