5 Vegetable Pizza Crust Recipes that are Healthy and Delicious
From cauliflower pizza crust, zucchini pizza crust, to broccoli pizza crust, and more, you can make healthy pizza with your fave veggies. Here are 5 recipes
Top 10 Campfire Recipes
Cook like you never left the kitchen with these easy campfire recipes. Upgrade your campfire meals with roasty, toasty dinners, sides and more.
Healthy 3 Ingredient Flourless Chocolate Muffins which are moist, light and use just one bowl to whip up- Paleo, vegan, gluten free and dairy free!
3-Ingredient Vegan Pancakes (Gluten-free) - Sweet Simple Vegan
Vegan pancakes, made easy! These 3-ingredient vegan pancakes require just a blender and a pan, and the batter is ready in just a few minutes!
This Old Fashioned Skillet Meatloaf Recipe Will Remind You of Grandma's Cooking
This classic, old fashioned skillet meatloaf is best when made using a cast iron skillet. This meatloaf will remind you of dinners at your grandma's house!
Skillet Steak with Spring Vegetables & Mint-Mustard Sauce
Skillet Steak with Veggies & Mint-Mustard Sauce is an elegant, but easy, dinner. Steak, peas & asparagus cook together in one pan!
Chicken with White Wine Sauce (One Skillet)
This One Skillet Chicken with White Wine & Mustard Cream Sauce cooks in 30-minutes or less - Making it perfect for quick and easy weeknight dinners!
Dakota Fire Hole: Saves Wood, Burns HOT, Minimal Smoke & Efficient Cooking - Outdoorend
The Dakota Fire Hole is a Native American style fireplace that burns wood efficiently like a wood stove. It is also a safer way to build a fire as it keeps the coals and flames fairly contained when you are trying to have a fire in windy conditions. By spending some extra effort on digging a Dakota Fire Hole, you can burn a very hot small fire with less wood. Very beneficial in areas where wood is limited. What you'll need to do is dig a hole just over a foot deep and a foot wide. The bottom…
How to Build & Hide a Campfire from Your Enemies — The Dakota Fire Pit
Fire. It’s everywhere— always has been. From the Ordovician Period where the first fossil record of fire appears to the present day everyday uses of the Holocene. Today, we abundantly create flames (intentionally or unintentionally) in power plants, extractive metallurgy, incendiary bombs, combustion engines, controlled burns, wildfires, fireplaces, campfires, grills, candles, gas stoves and ovens, matches, cigarettes, and the list goes on... Yet with our societies' prodigal use of fire…
Solo Stove - Wood Gasifier
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