Home on the Range

Nix, Johnny
August 2006
Guideposts;Aug2006, p10
The article discusses the author's views on the reasons for his love of cooking over an open outdoor fire. He said that Grilling is quicker and easier, he admit. Maybe he do things a bit old-fashioned, he was a blacksmith after all, but the more he think about it, the more he believe the old ways are sometimes the best. Campfire cooking may seem like a hassle, but it reminds him of the simple things in life that are easy to forget when life gets crazy, as it usually does in these modern days.


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