In baking circles, there is a longstanding debate about the difference between pizza and flatbread. At their core, both cuisines involve a bread base with toppings, and both support a wide range of variations, including both sweet and savory options. You could spend hours around the firepit with your foodie friends, discussing the nuances that separate the two cuisines, and still never reach a resolution, but one thing is for sure–both pizza and flatbread are
Father’s Day is coming right up–Mark your calendar for June 17, 2018! There’s no better way to celebrate the holiday than by spending an evening together around the firepit. If your dad is a fire pit enthusiast, you can also show him how much you care by giving him the gift of a fire pit upgrade for the summer. For any dad on your list this Father’s Day, you can find something for his fire
In an earlier post, we discussed some of the key reasons why it makes sense to kick off your summer by getting a fire pit for your backyard or patio. If you’re already a fire pit owner, the start of summer is also a great time to update and upgrade what you already have. There are a variety of ways in which you improving your fire pit can enhance your overall fireside experience. Not only
As the weather warms up and endless summer nights stretch out over the next few months, you might be thinking about how you want to spend your free time. One opportunity to spice up your summer is to get a fire pit for your patio or backyard. If you’ve never had a fire pit before, you might be hesitant about making the investment, but when you think about all the ways in which a fire
In an earlier post, we talked about what the term “seasoned” firewood really means, as well as the many downsides of choosing seasoned firewood over kiln-dried options. Nevertheless, if you’re the do-it-yourselfer type, seasoning your own firewood can sound like a fun summertime project to complement your regular firepit get-togethers. In reality, seasoning your own firewood or choosing a non-store supplier of seasoned firewood can be a serious mistake. There are many possible pitfalls when