When it gets hotter and nice outdoors, time for fresh food begins. Get ready in this house for the BBQ season. We look forward to everything. It was really common to make outdoor kitchens when I was in Europe. You can do this very quickly or you can only pull out the ingredients.
One of the best ways to guarantee that you go out is to eat out. In our backyard or as a picnic if it’s cool, we try eating every meal. I hope that as much as we do in our family, we love eating outdoors.
Click here now for more insights about inspiring outdoor kids activities. Here’s what we want to cook for our children outside.
Ice Cream Maker How to Make Frozen and Play
- Organic cream 5 cups (2 dl)
- Five tbs sugar spoon
- 1 tbs vanilla extract spoon or whatever taste you’re looking for.
In a metal cylinder, add butter, milk, and vanilla. Throw the pitch around in the ball of ice and salt. Begin to roll on the concrete. Let the game start! Roll it for 10 minutes to see how frozen it is and after 15 minutes of rolling, our ice cream has been made.
Stick Bannock Broad
Twisted bread, “pinnebrød” or “bannock” in the native cultures in Canada, in Norwegian, translated into “doughboys.” This dish has many names and when I was in scout camps it was a close friend and operation. It was just as fun for my daughter as it was for me when I was young, I’m glad to say. As an outdoor sport, I highly recommend it.
- 4 all-intentional cups of meal
- 1 dining cuchar.
- Baking powder 2 table cubs
- 1/2 salt cucharco.
- 2 teaspoons of milk or water)
So the dough can be made:
- In a large tub, blend meal, bakery flour, sugar, and salt.
- Measure milk (or water) and whisk with a spoon to blend in a flour mixture.
Place the bottle in to keep the travel cold.
Divide the dough into slightly bigger golf balls. Shaped each ball to roll it between your palms, roughly 8 centimeters long. Wrap a stick in any dough rope. Hold the pasta over an open fire and always turn it over to bake the pasta uniformly.