Holidays almost always guarantee one thing: a great feast. It’s the American way. But whether you’re hosting your own Christmas dinner or crashing someone else’s New Year’s brunch, one important question remains: Which Rebel Bourbon is the right one to serve?
If you’re going to make a turkey, the only real way to do it is to fry it. Not only will it taste better, but you’ll also be able to brag to all your friends that you fried a turkey and lived to tell the tale.
Whether it’s a campsite fire to cook on (or just keep the bears away), or a cozy indoor blaze, starting a fire is an essential skill.
But always keep your wits about you. If you’re in the great outdoors, make sure it’s not a bone dry, windy day that could carry off dangerous sparks. Keep an ample amount of water on hand to put out the fire. Indoors, make sure all flues and vents are open and clear.
We’re skipping the survivalist techniques and assuming you have some reliable matches on hand, though our preference for a starter is the intense flame of a good cigar lighter. And take your time. Start your fire small and gradually build it up, following these steps:
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