Not long ago we had the opportunity to purchase a Cobb Cooking Grill and we love it. The thing that intriguing most was it's portability, the small amount of charcoal (or?) to cook with as well as only the top gets hot so you can cook just about anywhere with it. There's only two small vent holes … [Read more...] about Cobb Cooking With the WE2’s
This is a great campfire/cookout side dish! large yellow or Vidalia onions, peeled, leave root end intact packaged "Cajun" seasoning OR chili powder, ground black pepper, ground dried thyme, garlic powder extra-virgin olive oil Peel the onions, remove stem end, leave most of root … [Read more...] about Survival Recipe: Roasted Onions
This is easy, delicious and NOT deep fried) sweet potatoes (skin-on) washed and cut into 'french fry' size ground cumin cracked black pepper kosher salt to taste My family would throw me out if I didn't bring these to every holiday gathering. Cut cleaned sweet potatoes into … [Read more...] about Survival Recipe: Sweet Potato “Fries”
This post was previously published here on SCP. Figured many of you have not seen it as it is buried deep within the archives. To see it in its original form click HERE. Food is my major concern when looking at my preps. I feel like I could just never have enough. At this point I have a large … [Read more...] about Survival Biscuits?
By Wyzyrd, Editor-at-Large I talked to a couple folks, today, and nobody had heard of this fishing method. I never saw it until 2001, when I was living in a campground on the bank of the Shenandoah River. First, I'm NOT talking about using bottles to float trotlines, which, at least here, is … [Read more...] about Soda Bottle Fishing – A Survival Skill?
This list has been around for a while, but in case you have not seen it yet, it's worth reposting. It was apparently put together on a forum thread, so it's not like it was etched in stone by the finger of God, but there are some great ideas in here. 1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly) Gas … [Read more...] about 100 Items That Disappear First in A Disaster