We love this Slow Cooker Parmesan Honey Pork Roast recipe from Leigh Anne at Your Home Based Mom. Slow cooker recipes are one of our favorite go-tos for camping. Start them in the morning, adventure all day, and come back to a nice home cooked meal – ready to go! Slow cooker honey parmesan pork loin roast Author: Leigh Anne Wilkes Ingredients
1 3-4 lb. boneless pork loin roast
2/3 C grated parmesan cheese
1/2 C honey
3 Tbsp soy sauce
1 Tbsp dried basil
1 Tbsp dried oregano
2 Tbsp chopped garlic
2 Tbsp olive oil
1/2 tsp salt
2 Tbs cornstarch
1/4 C chicken broth
1 tsp sugar optional
Place roast in slow cooker.
In a bowl combine cheese, honey, soy sauce, basil, oregano, garlic, oil, and salt.
Visit All Seasons RV for all your Winterization Needs
While some of you are making the most of our last days of warm weather with fun trips, some are ready to put their RV away for winter. Here are some winterization tips and a step by step checklist for RV Winterization.
Shopping List: Stop by All Seasons RV for all your Winterization Needs
Non-toxic RV antifreeze (The amount depends on the layout and length of your plumbing lines. Average needed, 2-3 gallons.)
A water heater by-pass kit, if not already installed.
A wand to clean out holding tanks.
A water pump converter kit, or tubing to connect to the inlet side of the water pump.
Basic hand tools to remove drain plugs.
Step by Step Guide to Winterizing your RV. Be sure to read your owners manuals for unit specific winterizing guidelines.
If you have any inline water filters remove and bypass before starting.
There’s nothing worse than going through all the work to clean, pack, and prep your RV for an exciting trip just to have it break down on the side of the road on the way to your destination. Join us for our All Seasons RV Maintenance Classes to learn basic maintenance and repair skills, trouble shooting tips, and important RV maintenance resources.
Saturday, September 9
11:00am class: Window & Roof Sealing, LP gas systems
1:00pm class: Chassis Inspection
Saturday, September 23
11:00am class: Winterization
1:00pm class: Battery Storage
Come for the class, and stay for lunch! We’ll BBQ hamburgers and brats at noon on the 9th and 23rd. Contact the store to sign up: 509-663-6551.
Check out these easy camping recipes and get ready to turn the great outdoors into a great culinary adventure.
Summer Crescent Dogs
Hot dogs wrapped up in Crescent rolls, cooked over a campfire? Yes! With hot dogs and refrigerated crescent rolls you can make a culinary masterpiece! Simply roll a hot dog through crescent roll triangles and cook on skewers over your campfire until golden brown. Serve with ketchup and mustard. Yum!
Grilled Ham and Cheese Pull-apart Sandwiches
Assembled in minutes, this sandwich is ready to be toasted on the grill or the campfire. Cut a loaf of bread in slices, being sure not to cut all the way through. Stir butter and [...]
Wanting to experience the great outdoors this summer but having trouble staying cool? Don’t skip your camping trip just because the temperatures are hot! Here are our Summer Camping tips to get creative, grab the right gear, and stay cool even on the hottest days of summer.
Find Shade: Pick a campsite that has plenty of shade to keep you, your gear, and your food cool on hot days. Make sure your tent or RV are parked in the shade, because they heat up fast! All Seasons carries pop up shelters and tarps to help bring shade to you!
Cool Clothing: Wear and pack light colored, breathable clothing. Loose fitting moisture wicking clothes are the best for staying cool. Invest in a sunhat to keep your head cool, and sandals to let your feet dry out.
Summer activities at state parks offer fun, learning and entertainment
Schools been out for a month and parents are starting to hear the dreaded words “I’m bored”. It’s time to head camping! Check out the great line up summer programs and events for kids (and adults!) happening in state parks all across Washington.
Whether you’re looking for a guided beach walk in search of low-tide critters, or want to listen to music from all over the world, you’re in luck! Become a Junior Ranger, and much, much more at our Washington State Parks summer activities! Visit the Washington State Parks calendar of events for ideas!
Always wanted to build a great campfire but never perfected the art? Check out this How to Build a Great Campfire guide for tips!
…everything before you strike a match. The sizes and amounts are rules of thumb, don’t over-engineer things. For some reason my Scouts always seem to break the sticks they gather into tiny pieces, keep them close to the sizes specified and you’ll have a better chance of succeeding.
… don’t be overly concerned with trying to make a teepee or a log cabin or any of the traditional illustrated fire lays that look nice and neat – get the tinder burning, add the kindling and then the fuel. A fire has to have something to burn, don’t be shy. Most of my fires are piles, some look a little like teepees, just do what works. [...]
Grab your fishing rod, sharpen your hooks! Thousands of lowland lakes in Washington await anglers new and old with exciting family friendly fishing opportunities.
Check out the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife website for tips on your local fishing holes, and necessary permitting. A current Washington state fishing license is required for all but a few game species.
Post the “gone fishing” sign on your door and head for one of the 80+ parks where you can dangle a hook. Many state park lakes and ponds, such as Cascade Lake at Moran, are regularly stocked with rainbow, cutthroat, and kokanee trout. Fish for largemouth bass at Curlew Lake in the sunny Okanogan Highlands, or for salmon and trout at Seaquest in the shadow of Mount St. Helens. Triton Cove on Hood Canal, once a small trailer-in fishing resort, is still a great spot for catching offshore [...]