Fuel your outdoor adventures with delicious recipes and simple ideas for camp cooking: Make Meals in Advance Make casseroles, soups, stews, and other one-pot meals — and freeze them in waterproof, heavy-duty plastic bags. Bake and freeze muffins and cookies, too. When it’s time to load up for the trip, pack your frozen foods strategically …

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The Koloa Fish Market is a mainstay in the town of Koloa, Kauai. It is a small, simple storefront, located at the end of a strip of shops along the road that runs through town. Inside, plate lunches are offered, and I am told they are rather good, but I am here for the ahi …

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Recently I was packing for a hiking trip that would take me through Colorado’s Weminuche and Rio Grande Wildernesses. When I reached for my small first aid kit – something I bought in an outdoor store years ago – I was reminded of its overall inadequacy. As an EMT, I have a hefty medic bag full …

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You’ve been hiking since 5:30 this morning and still have two miles to go. You know you’re on the homestretch but you’re tired, your feet hurt, you’re covered in dirt, and the only dangling carrot that is keeping you in a forward motion is the knowledge that you are going to destroy some delicious dinner …

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Have you ever received a birthday present that makes you think ‘Damn, this person knows me a little too well!’? Well that’s exactly what happened this year. Nothing quite captures my love for baking and hilarious hipster crap than Fred & Friends Munchstache Cookie Cutters. I’m rather well known for my various attempts at cookie …

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Back in college, I spent a semester in the gorgeous French town of Grenoble, nestled in the foothills of the Alps. When I recall that time, it’s hard to forget the pervasive holiday spirit that dominated the town; that’s because, although the French don’t celebrate Thanksgiving, they take the Christmas holidays very, very seriously. The …

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Stirring a nice, heaped spoonful of cocoa or hot chocolate powder into a mug of warm milk is all well and good. But how about trying a recipe that’s just as easy, but much tastier than anything you can get out of a jar? Ingredients 1 cup of milk 1½ oz chocolate of your choice …

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As a child, I would constantly beg my mother to let me have cake for breakfast. We’d always have some Mr. Kipling slices hidden away in the cupboard just out of my reach. And knowing they were there, my bowl of Corn Flakes never looked very appetizing in comparison. Now, as a fully grown adult …

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