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Summer is that time of the year almost everyone waits for. It is meant to be packed with fun and adventure. It is the time to stay outdoors all day long and until late evenings. A lot of people start planning trips and picnics ahead of summer because they want to make the most of the beautiful weather.
There’s only one disadvantage when it comes to spending your days outside the home; you have to compromise on food. When it comes to carrying food for picnics and daytrips, the first few things that come to our mind are cold sandwiches, muffins, granola bars, and some similar grab and go meals.
Haven’t you gotten tired of eating the same food on every outdoor trip?
This has been the greatest setback of outdoor activities for foodies in particular, but not anymore!
How about carrying your griddle to all the outdoor adventures?
Seem implausible? Not necessarily though!
There are numerous outdoor summer adventures that allow you to take a griddle with you.
Get ready to try something new this summer!
Outdoor Summer Adventures to Take Your Griddile on the Go
1. Arrange an Outdoor Movie Night
Ditch the movie theaters and popcorn during summers and create your own outdoor theater in your backyard. All you need is a projector, some chairs (or simply have some floor cushions, if you like the laid back feel), an outdoor griddle and some friends.
You are going to love the experience.
2. Pool Party
We all love pool parties because they are huge fun. Do not let boring food to be the only downside of an otherwise amazing party. Make sure to have a couple of griddles at your next pool party and cook scrumptious steaks or grilled fish with your buddies. Cooking outdoors with your friends is an entertaining activity on its own.
3. Off Road Adventure Trip
Take an off-road adventure trip into the woods or alongside streams with your friends or family. No, you don’t have to eat from trees like they do on Discovery Channel. How about catching fish from lakes and rivers and cooking it on a griddle? It’s too wonderful to be missed!
Just include a small griddle in the luggage and you are good to go.
4. Go Camping
Cooking is one of the biggest concerns of the majority of people when it comes to camping. Canned foods are too boring and cooking food on wood fire isn’t really practical. This is where a portable griddle comes in to rescue you. Make sure to pack some basic spices in your backpack.
5. Have a Tailgate Party
Tailgate parties are amazing because they do not need a lot of preparation, there is no dress code and you can get the party going literally anywhere. Gather your buddies, grab some beers, and shove a tailgating griddle into the car; that’s all that you need for a tailgate party.