Instructables user buckminsterfullerene writes:

I recently went camping at North/South Lake in the Catskill Mts. in NY with my great friend Paul, or as you may know him, AtomicTurkey27. Making Crescent Rolls while camping has always been a tradition for me and my family, so when Paul came camping with us we decided to share this essential aspect of camping with everybody! Enjoy!

Becky Stern

Becky Stern

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  • Laura Cochrane

    Just a reminder to you campers and s’more lovers: Make sure that the stick you are using for roasting your marshmallow/hot dog/crescent roll is not poisonous! One very common plant, the oleander, is poisonous and should NOT be used to cook food. Oleander is a bush with white, pink, orange, purple, or red flowers. I think Caltrans likes to plant them in freeway medians (in California, where I live).
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerium_oleander

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