How To Make Any Outdoor Meal A Bug-Free Zone

How To Make Any Outdoor Meal A Bug-Free Zone

March 21, 2022

Are you planning a trip with your friends to camp underneath the stars for the weekend? Or do you want to go on a cute little picnic with your loved ones without getting assaulted by insects as soon as you break open the food? As much as we appreciate insects for keeping the ecosystem in balance, we really need them to stay away from our pasta salad and soda cans.

Here’s how you can enjoy your meals outdoors in peace:

Get a net

The ideal setup for keeping away flying bugs is to dine under the canopy of a large mosquito net. It’s pretty, breathable, and keeps the bugs firmly out of your personal space. While it may seem impractical, tabletop net food covers are easily available in the market in super-cute designs. The weighted corners make sure that the net doesn’t fly away and allow the flies to attack your meal.

Store your drinks away

A bowl of punch or an open can of soda probably looks like an extremely inviting swimming pools to most bugs. They might drown soon after entering, but the fear of death doesn’t deter them. Keep your cold drinks or cocktails out of sight in a cooler or enamel dispenser so the bugs won’t even notice that they’re there.

Smoke the bugs out

Bugs really don’t like smoke—perhaps it confuses them into buzzing off or makes them think that there’s some sort of danger. Either way, smoking your area up is great for clearing the air of flying bugs, however, it’s not the best option for people who may have breathing problems or asthma.

Get your hands on citronella

While citronella isn’t as effective as other chemical solutions for killing or repelling mosquitoes, this lemongrass cousin is great for staying safe from bites at mealtime. Get an incense-style coil or candle to release the mosquito deterring oil into the air while perfuming your party at the same time.

Save those orange peels

Mosquitoes really hate citrus peels, making them a cheap and easy way to ward off flying bugs while you try to enjoy your mealtime. Save some peels from your orange snack or lemonade and scatter them along your tabletop as a pretty, rustic centerpiece that keeps bugs away. You can even rub them all over the exposed areas of your skin to stay bite-free.

A Dutch oven tools set

 

Get a cast iron Dutch oven

Cover your dishes with a cast iron lid to shut the door on bugs—while they might still come knocking; they won’t be able to get in. Cook your food in a high-quality cast iron tools for camping such as campmaid dutch oven! It has a tight lid and an oven stand that can keep insects away from your food after you’re done cooking. Simply scoop out a few servings and shut it tight before anything can get in!

We have a wide variety of camp kitchen equipment for campers and hikers that make it easier to cook and eat delicious foods while enjoying your time in nature.

Contact us for more details.




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Are you planning a trip with your friends to camp underneath the stars for the weekend? Or do you want to go on a cute little picnic with your loved ones without getting assaulted by insects as soon as you break open the food? As much as we appreciate insects for keeping the ecosystem in balance, we really need them to stay away from our pasta salad and soda cans.

Here’s how you can enjoy your meals outdoors in peace:

Get a net

The ideal setup for keeping away flying bugs is to dine under the canopy of a large mosquito net. It’s pretty, breathable, and keeps the bugs firmly out of your personal space. While it may seem impractical, tabletop net food covers are easily available in the market in super-cute designs. The weighted corners make sure that the net doesn’t fly away and allow the flies to attack your meal.

Store your drinks away

A bowl of punch or an open can of soda probably looks like an extremely inviting swimming pools to most bugs. They might drown soon after entering, but the fear of death doesn’t deter them. Keep your cold drinks or cocktails out of sight in a cooler or enamel dispenser so the bugs won’t even notice that they’re there.

Smoke the bugs out

Bugs really don’t like smoke—perhaps it confuses them into buzzing off or makes them think that there’s some sort of danger. Either way, smoking your area up is great for clearing the air of flying bugs, however, it’s not the best option for people who may have breathing problems or asthma.

Get your hands on citronella

While citronella isn’t as effective as other chemical solutions for killing or repelling mosquitoes, this lemongrass cousin is great for staying safe from bites at mealtime. Get an incense-style coil or candle to release the mosquito deterring oil into the air while perfuming your party at the same time.

Save those orange peels

Mosquitoes really hate citrus peels, making them a cheap and easy way to ward off flying bugs while you try to enjoy your mealtime. Save some peels from your orange snack or lemonade and scatter them along your tabletop as a pretty, rustic centerpiece that keeps bugs away. You can even rub them all over the exposed areas of your skin to stay bite-free.

A Dutch oven tools set

 

Get a cast iron Dutch oven

Cover your dishes with a cast iron lid to shut the door on bugs—while they might still come knocking; they won’t be able to get in. Cook your food in a high-quality cast iron tools for camping such as campmaid dutch oven! It has a tight lid and an oven stand that can keep insects away from your food after you’re done cooking. Simply scoop out a few servings and shut it tight before anything can get in!

We have a wide variety of camp kitchen equipment for campers and hikers that make it easier to cook and eat delicious foods while enjoying your time in nature.

Contact us for more details.

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Are you planning a trip with your friends to camp underneath the stars for the weekend? Or do you want to go on a cute little picnic with your loved ones without getting assaulted by insects as soon as you break open the food? As much as we appreciate insects for keeping the ecosystem in balance, we really need them to stay away from our pasta salad and soda cans.

Here’s how you can enjoy your meals outdoors in peace:

Get a net

The ideal setup for keeping away flying bugs is to dine under the canopy of a large mosquito net. It’s pretty, breathable, and keeps the bugs firmly out of your personal space. While it may seem impractical, tabletop net food covers are easily available in the market in super-cute designs. The weighted corners make sure that the net doesn’t fly away and allow the flies to attack your meal.

Store your drinks away

A bowl of punch or an open can of soda probably looks like an extremely inviting swimming pools to most bugs. They might drown soon after entering, but the fear of death doesn’t deter them. Keep your cold drinks or cocktails out of sight in a cooler or enamel dispenser so the bugs won’t even notice that they’re there.

Smoke the bugs out

Bugs really don’t like smoke—perhaps it confuses them into buzzing off or makes them think that there’s some sort of danger. Either way, smoking your area up is great for clearing the air of flying bugs, however, it’s not the best option for people who may have breathing problems or asthma.

Get your hands on citronella

While citronella isn’t as effective as other chemical solutions for killing or repelling mosquitoes, this lemongrass cousin is great for staying safe from bites at mealtime. Get an incense-style coil or candle to release the mosquito deterring oil into the air while perfuming your party at the same time.

Save those orange peels

Mosquitoes really hate citrus peels, making them a cheap and easy way to ward off flying bugs while you try to enjoy your mealtime. Save some peels from your orange snack or lemonade and scatter them along your tabletop as a pretty, rustic centerpiece that keeps bugs away. You can even rub them all over the exposed areas of your skin to stay bite-free.

A Dutch oven tools set

 

Get a cast iron Dutch oven

Cover your dishes with a cast iron lid to shut the door on bugs—while they might still come knocking; they won’t be able to get in. Cook your food in a high-quality cast iron tools for camping such as campmaid dutch oven! It has a tight lid and an oven stand that can keep insects away from your food after you’re done cooking. Simply scoop out a few servings and shut it tight before anything can get in!

We have a wide variety of camp kitchen equipment for campers and hikers that make it easier to cook and eat delicious foods while enjoying your time in nature.

Contact us for more details.

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Are you planning a trip with your friends to camp underneath the stars for the weekend? Or do you want to go on a cute little picnic with your loved ones without getting assaulted by insects as soon as you break open the food? As much as we appreciate insects for keeping the ecosystem in balance, we really need them to stay away from our pasta salad and soda cans.

Here’s how you can enjoy your meals outdoors in peace:

Get a net

The ideal setup for keeping away flying bugs is to dine under the canopy of a large mosquito net. It’s pretty, breathable, and keeps the bugs firmly out of your personal space. While it may seem impractical, tabletop net food covers are easily available in the market in super-cute designs. The weighted corners make sure that the net doesn’t fly away and allow the flies to attack your meal.

Store your drinks away

A bowl of punch or an open can of soda probably looks like an extremely inviting swimming pools to most bugs. They might drown soon after entering, but the fear of death doesn’t deter them. Keep your cold drinks or cocktails out of sight in a cooler or enamel dispenser so the bugs won’t even notice that they’re there.

Smoke the bugs out

Bugs really don’t like smoke—perhaps it confuses them into buzzing off or makes them think that there’s some sort of danger. Either way, smoking your area up is great for clearing the air of flying bugs, however, it’s not the best option for people who may have breathing problems or asthma.

Get your hands on citronella

While citronella isn’t as effective as other chemical solutions for killing or repelling mosquitoes, this lemongrass cousin is great for staying safe from bites at mealtime. Get an incense-style coil or candle to release the mosquito deterring oil into the air while perfuming your party at the same time.

Save those orange peels

Mosquitoes really hate citrus peels, making them a cheap and easy way to ward off flying bugs while you try to enjoy your mealtime. Save some peels from your orange snack or lemonade and scatter them along your tabletop as a pretty, rustic centerpiece that keeps bugs away. You can even rub them all over the exposed areas of your skin to stay bite-free.

A Dutch oven tools set

 

Get a cast iron Dutch oven

Cover your dishes with a cast iron lid to shut the door on bugs—while they might still come knocking; they won’t be able to get in. Cook your food in a high-quality cast iron tools for camping such as campmaid dutch oven! It has a tight lid and an oven stand that can keep insects away from your food after you’re done cooking. Simply scoop out a few servings and shut it tight before anything can get in!

We have a wide variety of camp kitchen equipment for campers and hikers that make it easier to cook and eat delicious foods while enjoying your time in nature.

Contact us for more details.

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