I’m a bit of a purist when it comes to my Oreos, so I’m still trying to decide whether to file this under “Yum” or “Monstrosity”. Perhaps you can help.
Junkfoodguy.com reports the treats are now available for $3 from Target, which means you should probably just head over, grab a pack and a bottle of Corona, and spend the day at the beach. Come on guys, these are Watermelon Oreos we’re talking about. Like suffering through a gorgeous day in summer school, it’d almost be a crime to do anything otherwise.
Who says you have to settle for bland or pre-flavored food when away from your kitchen? I can see great application for these among hikers and campers who don’t want to compromise good eats at the expense of bulk and weight.
When we go camping in the summer, we like to cook and eat well. For us, this means being sure that we have all of the spices and seasonings that we would be using if we were at home. Space is always an issue though, so we try to use compact and easily packable containers for everything. It occurred …
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Summer is in full swing and that means cooking stuff without the benefit of walls, roofs or electricity. For most of us this means a metal bucket on wheels (barbecue grill) of some sort, but the folks Food52 have another options for you. Build your own backyard fire pit.
Cooking meat in the ground certainly isn’t unique to Mexican cooking, but it has been practiced there for a long, long time. And though the process may seem elaborate, in fact it allows for greater liberty in meal preparation. You dig yourself an oven (a one-time deal), line it with heat-holding …