Log Cabin Cooking: Christmas Meatballs

It’s the holiday season and always a good time for new recipes. We all love the classics, but it’s also fun to find new things, traditions from other families or cultures. For this log cabin cooking article we are going to look at an unlikely holiday dish....

Spending Christmas in a Cabin

The Holidays are here again and it’s time to enjoy your own personal winter wonderland. Maybe you have your own log cabin, maybe you are looking at transforming your home with TruLog Steel Log Siding or maybe you just want to rent a cabin to celebrate Christmas....

How Many Logs to Build a Log Cabin

It’s an American dream, owning a log cabin. That hunting, fishing, cycling, hiking getaway in the wilderness. A weekend getaway or maybe a retirement home. Your own log cabin is a luxury that seems pretty attainable to a lot of people. But how to get started?...

Tips For Living in a Small Cabin

Let’s face it. Most cabins aren’t known for being spacious. Sure, there are the sprawling lodges that we all love to drool over, but the average cabin owner has a home with a small footprint. Many log cabins are in the 500-600 square foot range, which...

Log Cabin Cooking: Campfire Hash

What do you think of when it comes to corned beef hash? Maybe your Mom would buy a can of hash once in a while when you were a kid. Some kind of weird breakfast thing that wasn’t all that great. In fact the Hormel company put that hash in a can in 1950, and...

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