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When it's cold we do a lot of fondue-type dishes around the fire or at the picnic table.  

Banana Foster: one person makes the sauce over the fire while another butters and roasts a banana over the fire.  Then the roasted banana is put on a board, sliced up and passed around along with the freshly made sauce that everyone dips into.  Ditto for cheese fondue with steak, chicken and veggie kabobs.

If you have the type of fire pit where a grate can be put across it, lodge has a nice 1 qt pot that is perfect for cooking and warming sauces over the fire.  If a larger variety is wanted, their cast iron muffin pan can keep several premade sauces warm over the fire too.  Just keep those pots moving and stir occasionally to prevent scorching.

When it's hot outside, we have our compact snow cone machine for snow cones and slushies. We make the ice pucks at home and put them in a ziplock in the pod- freezer.   The syrups we keep in the fridge or cooler.

 
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Nothing fancy for me.  Give me some popcorn or pretzels and I'm happy.
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Think granola bars, multi-grain chips, wheat crackers or fruit and cereal bars. These snacks will last long, while boating or backpacking. Fruit such as apples, bananas, and oranges make a great pick-me-up on any trek. Also, string cheese, puddings, peanut butter, and yogurts are popular, when hiking.

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