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Tips and Tricks

How Do You Reheat Food Over a Campfire

Cooking may be one of your most difficult tasks when camping. If you find cooking a challenge when cooking at home, you may not be excited to cook over a fire pit or campfire. There are several ways to reheat food over a campfire. Whether you have leftover food from a meal you have made or preparing food ahead of time and reheating it when it is time to eat, here are some sure-fire ways to reheat your food. 
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How Do I Apply Firepit Ash to my Garden?

Firepit ash is a surprisingly great source of lime and potassium. Whether you own a Walden Legacy Firepit with a stoker poker or you have your own homemade firepit, you can collect, save, and apply it to your garden to reap numerous benefits.
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Can Sparks from a Firepit Cause a Fire?

Sitting by a warm and toasty campfire is a favorite pastime of so many, especially those who love spending time in the great outdoors. If you have a fire using your firepit, you may wonder if sparks from a firepit can cause a fire of their own. 
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Is Firepit Ash Good For Grass?

Having a firepit is one of the greatest simple pleasures in life, especially if you enjoy spending time outdoors with all that nature provides. Over time, using any firepit can result in an overabundance of firepit ash, which can quickly build up. Knowing what to use firepit ash for and how to dispose of it can help keep your firepit clean and ready to use year-round.The Legacy Series™ Steel Fire Pit Insert Set is perfect for this since all of the firepit ash is collected in the disposable tray. 
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Live Fire Cooking: Korean Barbecue Short Ribs

Recently, our friend and partner Troy of Cubbie Hawk BBQ grilled up an amazing Korean BBQ Short Rib - and shared the recipe with us. He used our Legacy Complete Fire Pit Insert and Walden 30” Fire Pit BBQ Grilling Grate to make this masterpiece of a meal.

Gather, enjoy, and share a delicious meal around the fire!

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How To Build The Perfect Fire

In the mid 1800's in the northern forests of Minnesota, it was a matter of life and death to be able to light a fire when needed.  Workers found a way to reliably and quickly start a fire, even in the coldest, snowiest and wettest conditions.  We still use these time-tested methods and materials to hand make every one of our fire starters.
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Get To Know Your New Stoker-Poker

Thank you for your purchase of a Walden Stoker-Poker, check out these tips and tricks to start your next fire with ease!
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Easy and Delicious Meals to Cook Over a Fire

Whether you are camping, or out in the backyard cooking and spending time with your family, all of these recipes will put a smile on the faces of the ones you love. You will have a great time cooking over the open fire, and maybe teach the kids a thing or two about open fire safety and cooking. Try out these great meal ideas this season with your family. 
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10 Tips for Simple, Fun and Budget-Friendly Fireside Entertaining

Throwing a backyard gathering by the fire pit doesn't have to be a hassle. Follow these 10 easy tips for hosting bonfires and fireside gatherings that will keep people coming back but won't break the bank.
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How To Choose and Store Firewood For Your Next Bonfire

When it comes to building a great fire, the type of wood that you use can make a big difference. Accessibility to various types of wood differs by region, but Walden is here to give you a quick rundown of what you should be looking for when choosing your wood, as well as proper firewood storage techniques.
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