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HOMECAMP

February

The Slowpoke: HOMECAMP It is February already – over halfway through it even – which means we’re nearing the season that is our favourite time of year for the outdoors and some time spent camping. Autumn brings days still warm enough to swim in rivers, oceans and lakes, along with nights cool enough to light a fire, cook some food to smoky perfection with it, and snuggle up overnight in a cosy abode.
HOMECAMP
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CINNAMON SUGAR POPCORN

January

The Slowpoke: CINNAMON SUGAR POPCORN There’s a crew of folk, in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, who know the divine importance of a gathering. With friends, family or others, to eat. Headed up by Karen Mordechai, that crew is Sunday Suppers – a communal cooking centre that celebrates community and food by way of many meals.
CINNAMON SUGAR POPCORN
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HOW-TO: UPSIDE-DOWN CAMPFIRE

July

theslowpoke_upsidedownfire0 Occasionally moments come along where you realise you’ve pretty much been doing something the wrong way your whole life. Completely backwards. This was the case when we learnt about the best way to build a fire from our friends over at Milkwood. We know what you’re thinking – you know how to build a fire. The tried and tested method of kicking off with kindling and working up to logs (not to mention your coal-cooked corn successes) tells the
HOW-TO: UPSIDE-DOWN CAMPFIRE
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