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Granola made in crockpot

Spray a crockpot. In large bowl mix 5 cups old fashioned oatmeal 1/2 cup honey 1/4 cup cooking oil 1 tsp. Cinnamon 2 tsp. Vanilla 1/8 tsp salt 1 cup unsweetened coconut (can be added about halfway) Cook on low at least 5 hours & stir occasionally. Lid must be tilted or it will be a limp soggy mess. I prop it open with a folded towel. Add nuts, dried fruit, flax, chia when done, if desired. I cook about 6 hours because I like it darker.
hokeypokey 10/22/21 08:49am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Use it or Lose it

I make quilts and if I don’t fall asleep, sometimes figure fabric yardage needed for a project in my head. So far, I can do this at 74.
hokeypokey 10/22/21 08:38am Around the Campfire
Comments people make

Our A Liner gets some attention from other campers. Usually I offer to let them look inside & they’re surprised how much room we actually have - but I keep it minimal so it looks neater that way. Often they say “how do you like that LITTLE camper” ? I’m tempted to say “how do you like your HUGE camper” ? One guy asked if it LEAKS. He caught me off guard with that one but if someone asks that again, I’m going to say “No, does yours” ?
hokeypokey 08/03/21 06:37am Folding Trailers
RE: Food!

Our grandsons had the confidence to cook when they went to college since their parents taught them. Nothing fancy, just good & filling food. One worked at a truck stop where he could buy all kinds of things to eat but always brought leftovers from home to heat up. People he worked with said “it smells good, you know how to cook ?” Its so important to learn.
hokeypokey 12/07/20 09:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
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