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Meals for one

Started this discussion. Last reply by james m Jul 21, 2013. 7 Replies

I'll be in an empty house for about 2 months, and already a week into it, I'm finding its hard to cook meals for just myself. Does anyone have some suggestions and recipes for one?Continue

Axe vs. Maul

Started this discussion. Last reply by N. Vest Jun 27, 2013. 6 Replies

So here's the deal. I have a big stack of logs that need splitting. I know that an axe is for chopping and a maul is for splitting. However, I have read that wood can be split with a regular axe and…Continue

Using a whetstone

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl M May 3, 2013. 9 Replies

Ok, so I can not, for the life of me, get my Buck 119 knife sharp. I'm using a Craftsman whetstone that has a coarse and a fine side. I've probably read every article and watched every video on how…Continue

Made in the USA

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris H. Oct 28, 2012. 8 Replies

I know this topic has been discussed and debated probably a million times over the past few years, and I know I sure am sick of seeing "Made in China" on every product I buy. Most of the things are…Continue

 

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Cody "Rooster" McDonnell replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"Canary=Hawk Food... Liam, you would be suprised how well they travel in a car.  You place them in a special box with a perch.  It is dark inside so they just go to sleep.  I know guys who have driven from NC to TX with their birds."
Mar 20, 2015
Liam Strain replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"Thanks for the information, Cody! Definitely helps to have someone with experience chime in.  I'm guessing space, and close access to suitable hunting locations are the biggest factors for most who wish to practice this, rather than the…"
Mar 19, 2015
Cody "Rooster" McDonnell replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"I have been a falconer for 5 years now.  I have had two kestrels and a redtail.  Most faconry websites will try and discourage people with talk of high prices and tons of time.  If you have basic carpentry skills and access to cheap…"
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Brown Fox replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"Dr. Meng obtained his first falcon by throwing his jacket over it while it was eating a kill on a LI beach. I don't think you're allowed to do that any more...."
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Piotr B. replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"Similarly to you, I am fascinated with falconry and always wanted to become one. Now it's kind of out of my reach, due to the amount of time one needs to tame a wild bird of prey. But I hope one day I will actually go and hunt with my own…"
Mar 1, 2014
Brown Fox replied to Logan's discussion FALCONRY!
"I was honored to have Dr. Heinz Meng as a professor for my Advanced Ornithology class at SUNY New Paltz, and to have him as a judge for my Master's thesis. He is the man who invented captive breeding for endangered species and the man who…"
Jul 29, 2013
james m replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"Buy a slow cooker and look for recipes on the internet that way you can do cheap meals and freeze them for later"
Jul 21, 2013
Chu Kim replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"When I lived alone in Indiana, I used to make spaghetti all the time. You can do all sorts of things with spaghetti, different flavorings and styles you can change it up however you like, and it is a cheap meal."
Jun 27, 2013
David F. replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"Easy meal if you have a rice cooker.  If you are near a Ikea the children's pots and pans are stainless steel.  I use the small strainer as a lift for a ceramic plate.  I put rice in the bottom and a fish on the plate.  The…"
Jun 27, 2013
Ethan Glover replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"I have a steamer that I can cook 4 boneless chicken breasts in, in about 15 mins. That usually lasts as my lunch almost all week. To compliment that I microwave mixed veggies and beans. Then eat a salad with it. I make egg whites and microwave mixed…"
Jun 27, 2013
N. Vest replied to Logan's discussion Axe vs. Maul
"To me it would depend on it this is a common occurrence. If you are going to find yourself face with a pile of splitting to do at least yearly I'd spring for a maul or at least a heavy bit axe. If not you'll get more mileage out of an good…"
Jun 27, 2013
Liam replied to Logan's discussion Axe vs. Maul
"Definitely the easiest and quickest option. "
Jun 27, 2013
Dominic Bruzzese replied to Logan's discussion Axe vs. Maul
"I have a maul and a hatchet.  I find I can take care of most things (perhaps except fell a tree) with my duo.  For log splitting, I take a good whack with the hatchet, nice and center, then stand it up and use the flat sledgehammer side of…"
Jun 27, 2013
J.L. replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"Grilling up a steak or a portion of fish doesn't take too long."
Jun 17, 2013
David F. replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"We hit this with cooking for two on a calorie focused diet.  We tend to put half directly in pyrex and store for the next day.  You could do the same, but freeze them.  Cook for 3 days and eat for 12.  You may want to mix up the…"
Jun 17, 2013
Paul_of_TX replied to Logan's discussion Meals for one
"I enjoy cooking and I enjoy my alone time and I agree that cooking for one is tough. You can cook for 2-4 people and use the leftovers for lunch or dinner another night. Usually when I will be alone for some time I get good deli meats, some nice…"
Jun 17, 2013

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