Cool Stuff – Videos

Peanut Butter Cup S’Mores Dip

What’s your favorite campfire treat? My latest video from my YouTube series just dropped! And you’re not going to want to miss this one. It’s drool worthy and one of my favorite treats. Make this decadent cast iron s’mores dip recipe on your next camping trip or in the oven. This is a Peanut Butter Cup S’Mores Dip, the perfect way to use your cast iron skillet if you ask me. Peanut […]

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Watch My New YouTube Series!

Hi Friend. Have you ever wanted to take more time for creative activities but feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? Or maybe you want to become a little more savvy in the garden and the wild but don’t quite know where to start? Or do you sometimes want new wild game recipes or cooking inspiration that you can turn to at a moment’s notice? Well today I want to share […]

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How to Quarter a Chicken

Do you know how to quarter a whole chicken? Buying a whole chicken is more economical than buying its parts. You can easily quarter it yourself at home and then roast the carcass and turn it into chicken soup and stock. Master these few steps to quarter your own chicken and you will stretch your dollars much further. You can cook these parts all at once, or you can wrap […]

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Outdoor Style for Women

One of the most common questions I get is what I wear on my outdoor adventures, and what outdoor style for women I am liking. There isn’t a lot of gear out there dedicated to women that feels stylish and feminine and functional. I’ve written in the past about things for women to wear in the outdoors, feeling beautiful in the outdoors, and tips for women to get the right […]

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Venison Meatloaf

My grandmother Frances Pellegrini was a home cook extraordinaire. Whenever she invited me to dinner growing up, I always requested her meatloaf. This is her recipe, taken from a family recipe book, as best as it can be put into words. She never was one to take measurements; it was always about whim and intuition. And there was something in her kitchen air that made this meatloaf turn out a […]

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Italian Style Venison Meatballs

Our contributor Anjuli is back with another delicious recipe! The moment the temperature drops below 70 degrees in September, even if it’s only for a day or two, my kitchen turns into a mad scientist’s playground. That is how these home ground, Italian style venison meatballs or, as a friendly taste tester dubbed them – ‘meat candy’, came into existence. The very best part about these?! The venison came from […]

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How to Grind Meat at Home

It’s that time of year when the days are growing a little cooler and hunting season is kicking off. Before you end up overwhelmed with beautiful freshly harvested venison and other goodies, here is how you can get extra points for making the juiciest burgers and tastiest meatballs all year long – by learning how to grind meat at home! How to Grind Meat at Home: Watch Georgia take you […]

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Sage Sugar

When I talked to you a few months back about how to preserve your own herbs, I focused on the basics of drying, freezing and heating. In my new Modern Pioneering series, I show you a few more glamorous ways to do it that turn the herbs into an instant culinary treat, for example this sage sugar. This makes a wonderful gift in an attractive jar and is versatile in […]

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Really Dirty Hand Cleaner

I hope you are all outside this long weekend getting your hands in the dirt! I thought I’d share my potion for a really dirty hand cleaner so you can keep these on your shelf. Gardening season is in full swing so it should come in handy! I’m especially excited to share it with you on video from my new Modern Pioneering series, I hope you’ll subscribe, it’s free. Really […]

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How to Create a Pocket-Sized 48-Hour Survival Toolkit

As you know, I’m pretty keen on knowing a few basic survival skills, from How to Find Your Way Without a Compass to How to Start a Fire Without Matches. Today I’m going to show How to Create a Pocket-Sized 48-Hour Survival Toolkit, and guess what I put it in….? An upcycled Altoids tin! A travel-sized kit that fits in a pocket, purse or glove compartment, is truly useful. A recycled Altoids […]

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