Van Made Recipes: Macaroni Fantasy

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Continuing our van life culinary adventure, this next recipe from Emily Murray is one of those amazing “everything but the kitchen sink” type situations. Or, maybe in the case of van life we should say “everything but the spare tire.” Chop, boil and enjoy. Ingredients: 1/2 pound macaroni noodles (or any pasta or rice) 1 yellow onion…

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Van Made Recipes: Miso Soup

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Over the next three weeks, we’ll be publishing select recipes from Emily Murray’s new book “Van Made Recipes.” Here is the first, a deliciously easy Miso Soup. Ingredients: -4 3/4 cup instant sea weed miso soup packets (most affordable packets can be found in Asian grocery stores) -100 grams udon noodles -sprouts Directions: 1. Bring…

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DIY Headlamp

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Headlamps are great for so many reasons. If you need one in a pinch, try out this quick DIY formula. by Tom Hensen Materials ($4): single AAA flashlight rubber bands (2) clip ballcap Got other DIY projects? Let us know! info [at] korduroy dot tv. 

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How to Shape a Mini Simmons

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Originally posted on ST Surf Images By Tom Woods After repairing a surfboard that I ran over in my car (a board which I called a “write-off”) my brother Joe got the gist of a few of the skills needed to shape a board from scratch — something he’s always wanted to have a crack…

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How to Photograph Strangers

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There will always be an element of fear when photographing a stranger. I see people everyday whom I would love to photograph and more often than not, I will not approach them because the fear in my belly takes over — thoughts that roll around in my head are the following: “they will say no,” “they will be embarrassed,” “what’s the best way to ask?” or “they will say yes but it might not go to plan.”

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How to Pick the Right Fins

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Shred Show’s Chris Grow shares his breakdown of which fins (Futures, in particular) might be the best choice for your next surfboard. When searching for your next setup, consider the surface area of the fins based on your weight. Don’t know how to figure that out? Don’t worry, most of the fin companies do the…

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How to Construct Your Own Sketchbook

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by Bradley Begent Finished With An Old Book? Sketchbooks and Journals are the perfect tool to build your creativity and to remember ideas & memories.  Me being an avid drawer I’m always in need of more paper.  So instead of buying new sketchbooks I turned to some used hardcover books and a pile of leftover…

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DIY Camping Grill

DIY camping grill

Next time you head out on an outdoor adventure, consider some different food options for your trip using a grill. Yes, a grill! We came across this article in Wired Magazine of an ingenious low profile grill that can pack up in your backpack, taking up minimal space and requiring zero tools for set up….

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