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Here’s a short instructional video on how to change a mantle on a gas lantern, from the folks at Camping In Style:
An experienced summer camp cook usually has preparing the right amount of food down to a science. But sometimes leftovers happen! What to do with the extras? Check out this blog post from the Alberta Camping Association, which recently sat in on a camp cook discussion about creative use of leftovers. One of our favorites is the Pancake Snack Sandwich–spread butter and brown sugar between two leftover pancakes, cut into wedges, and serve as a snack to campers. This could … Continue reading
Do you have an article you have been thinking of writing for Camp Business? Now is the time to look over the list of topics we are seeking for our upcoming Sept/Oct and Nov/Dec issues. Sept/Oct Deadline May 31 Theme-Facilities & Maintenance Also Featuring: Dining Halls Continuing Education Programs Amenities & Maintenance Apparel & Promotional Products Nov/Dec Deadline August 2 Theme-Special Needs Also Featuring: Snacks & Campfire Treats Specialty Camps Accessibility Insurance & Risk Management Not only will you have … Continue reading
FCSI-The Americas, the only consulting society dedicated to serving independent food-service design and hospitality management professionals, will host a half-day event immediately preceding the North American Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM) Show in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 6 at the Orange County Convention Center. The Foodservice Consultants Society International opening event, Foodservice Trends and Innovations, features a half-day of presentations on trends in healthcare, business and industry, and university settings. Additionally, culinary trends will be discussed by Chris Jones, executive chef of … Continue reading
Freshpark Industries has partnered with Boarding For Breast Cancer (B4BC) with the introduction of their first product collaboration. The Freshpark x B4BC “Grind Out Breast Cancer Rail” is a modified pink version of Freshpark’s adjustable Grind rail. Twenty-five dollars of every purchase will benefit B4BC’s educational outreach and prevention programs, including “Be Healthy. Get Active. Ride!”, which promotes participation in board sports through grassroots events and learn-to-ride sessions. For more information, visit. www.B4BC.org and www.Freshpark.com.