Food/Dining

Holiday Gift Guide 2012: Gifts for Foodies

December 10, 2012, 8:36 am
Whoever said the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach clearly never met a hungry woman. Everyone loves getting a gift that’s edible! We’ve picked out a lineup of delectable specialties that will sure to bring joy any time of the year. Pick up a few tasty ...

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Holiday Gift Guide 2012

December 7, 2012, 12:02 pm
From cozy winter wear and great kid's gifts to one-of-a-kind products and handy adventure gadgets, the OhRanger.com gift guide has something for everyone on your list. You can also give mother nature a hand by re-using household products to wrap your gifts! For even more ideas about how to keep ...

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New book 'Pumpkin' tells the story of America's darling squash

Cover image of Pumpkin: The Curious History of an American Icon by Cindy Ott. Image courtesy University of Washington Press.Did you ever wonder how the pumpkin earned its spot as the revered symbol of autumn? Or how it made its way to front stoops and Thanksgiving tables across the country?

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Park Palates: Pumpkin Snickerdoodles

Pumpkin Snickerdoodles by Butter Me Up Brooklyn. Credit: Lillian AuldFall is in the air, which means it’s time to cue the pumpkin recipes.

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Park Palates: Pine-Smoked & Maple-Glazed Wild Salmon

Pine-Smoked & Maple-Glazed Wild Salmon - Image courtesy Abrams Books.If you're looking for a way to spruce up your usual camping meals, you'll want to give this tasty, yet relatively easy recipe a try.

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August 10 is National S’mores Day

Oh, Ranger! S'mores board on PinterestChoco and mallow lovers rejoice! Today, August 10, is National S'mores Day. Celebrate by stocking up on some sweet treats and getting outside. Nothing beats toasting marshmallows over the campfire and customizing your own s'more as part of this tasty outdoor tradition.

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Camp Foods We Love

Smores camping foodOne of the best parts of an outdoor trip is the grub! What would camping be without roasting marshmallows by the fire or digging into some Sloppy Joes? You gotta get creative with food in the woods. Whether it’s bite-sized snacks or a filling dish, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite camping foods for your next adventure.

Sloppy Joes

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I was wondering if it would be possible to have a copy of the "Sequoia & Kings Canyon" guide mailed to us? Thanks
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Please contact us at 212 581 3380 and we'll help you get the guide!
 

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From Page, AZ, what's the best way to make quality time in a 2-night stay? 3 nights?
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The Glen Canyon area is the main attraction of Page, AZ. From the Glen Canyon National Recreation Center, you can book rafting trips and other water sports, canyon tours, and other outdoor adventures. Other places of interest in the area include: Antelope Canyon, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon Dam, Vermillion Cliffs, Wahweap Marina, and the Hanging Garden-Chains area. 

 

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Where can you combine a horseback ride with a cookout in Grand Teton National Park?
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The only campsites that horses are allowed to stop at are located in the Backcountry Area. However, fires are not permitted in backcountry when horses are present. You can stop to eat with your horses, however, a cookout would not be allowed. Please visit this link for more information.

http://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisit/upload/stock.pdf

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