Campside, this will become African Sweet Potato and Peanut (almond) Stew in The cast iron stew pot, which is honestly the only pot we bring now for car camping since we can put it directly over the fire for dinner and it needs no water for cleaning. I also bring #thewonderbag so when the stew has been heated enough, it goes into the bag to simmer while we hike or paddle! Sometimes I cook before we go, but this trip, I’ve chopped only so I can prepare outside. Something new! .
Candlelight, natural light, ambient light - it all works so well together 🔥🌞💡
Wine menus and placecards @itgiftnyc
Wedding Venue @thesistersofcedarlakes
Wedding Planning @victoriadubinevents
Even if one is completely conscious of the plastic that enters the house, it still comes in. In this house, image #2 is the plastic and other containers I have accumulated over the last 2+ years. If I cannot refuse it, I do my best to reuse it. Inside the basket are all my “reusables”. If I haven’t reused it in a year, I give it another purpose or recycle it as a last resort.
The very best way we reuse is when we go camping or backpacking. This is breakfast. I switch out Steel Cut Oats for regular oats to save fuel, weight, and time(10 minutes to cook), adding local apples, chia seed, a spice blend of Ceylon cinnamon, cloves, allspice and nutmeg, ground almonds and I reused the Chinese Herb bottle for the maple syrup! I acquired two of those this year and honestly thought I would never be able reuse either of them. It’s a great lightweight way to transport a small amount of liquid or sauce. For backpacking, slice and dehydrate the apples. Recipe credit to @freshoffthegrid .