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Studio - Home Office. Although this isn't really someone's home, there are some interesting ideas.  > The designers of our 2012 House of the Year created an elevated desk by topping two desks with a custom box, which doubles as a stealthy spot for stowing files and books. The floor lamps allow for more desk space. via Country Living

Studio - Home Office. The designers of our 2012 House of the Year created an elevated desk by topping two desks with a custom box, which doubles as a stealthy spot for stowing files and books. The floor lamps allow for more desk space. via Country Living

Zambia's South Luangwa & the remote Lake Malawi - beach campfire

Nkwichi, a halcyon paradise hidden on the pristine Mozambican shores of Lake Malawi. More than a lodge, Nkwichi is a complete experience offering a unique taste

Bailey's Marshmallow Campfire snack for grown ups!

Bailey’s Dipped Toasted Marshmallows. Marshmallow’s Bailey’s Cook your Marshmallow over the fire. Dip in your cup of bailey’s.

Great slumber party treat idea - Build your own campfire banana boats without the campfire- DIY via @clubchicacircle

Diabetic options too. sprinkle cinnamon & splenda with a light drizzle of Carry's diabetic pancake syrup, add 4 walnut halves broken into pieces. heat and then top with cool whip free, it should be a nice healthy indulgent dessert.

Campfire Food! Choco-Banana melt: To make one, cut a lengthwise slit in a peeled banana and place it on a sheet of aluminum foil. Stuff in as many chocolate chips and mini marshmallows as you can fit. Wrap the foil around the banana and place it on a grill for about 5 minutes. The melt, once cooled, is best eaten with a spoon (and lots of napkins). - Where Home Starts

Choco-Banana melt: cut a lengthwise slit in a peeled banana and place it on a sheet of aluminum foil. Stuff in as many chocolate chips and mini marshmallows as you can fit. Wrap the foil around the banana and place it on a grill for about 5 minutes.

Campfire cones. Might have to try before our next camping trip in the chimenea!

This camping cone recipe looks like a good dessert to make with the kids! Plus, anything that comes in a cone is just plain fun to eat and percent of the time tastes good! Go to quirky momma for the details.

kev would love this :)  lifehacks food - Google Search

Cook up the bacon and set aside. Mix pancake mix and pour a small strip on the skillet. Place bacon on the strip of pancake batter and pour enough batter over the bacon strip to cover it. Cook as you normally would regular pancakes.

Great delicious idea for a summer barbeque or camping trip for the kids and family!!!

Waffle cones with marshmallows, chocolate chips, bananas strawberries. Wrap in tinfoil and throw on the fire. Mine would just have lots of marshmallows and chocolate chips and peanut butter or peanut butter chips.