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Cabin Feasting

With winter finally hitting Los Angeles, it’s time to plan your next cabin excursion with friends. We’re so lucky that in California we have a million options for local getaways where the cabin game runs strong. So if you’ve got a cool case of Cabin Fever coming on (and really, who doesn’t?), then go check out Idyllwild, Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead, Yosemite, Mammoth, the Sequoias…or all of the above!

This week, we shared our recent New Year’s adventure to idyllic Idyllwild with you. One of our favorite parts was getting to stay at a beautiful snowy treehouse cabin in the woods with friends. The great thing about being tucked away in a secluded cabin somewhere for a few days is that you get full permission to rest, relax and rejuvenate. Sacred time to just unplug, hunker down and, of course…chow down. And that’s really our favorite part.

Grab your gang, have everyone bring some groceries to cook up their favorite mountain meal and enjoy a weekend of culinary adventuring. On our Idyllwild trip, we hit a home-run with our Breakfast Baked Potatoes, which are vegetarian and gluten-free with a vegan option and will change your life in these next few chilly winter months if you decide to accept the challenge. HINT: It’s not a challenge at all. Super simple and easy to make, it can be adapted to suit any taste or diet. The only challenge is controlling how many times you can possibly eat it.

We’re also over-the-moon for our Siren Alexa’s Campfire Cider and thrilled to be able to share it with you here. A necessity for any winter cabin excursion, this spice-infused hot apple cider will certainly leave you with dreams of sugarplums dancing in your head.


Just be sure to get out there and enjoy the snow in these next few months while we’ve got it! Be creative with your meals and check out our backlog of recipes HERE if you need a little inspiration—we’ve got you covered. Now, go get your cabin on!



snow-17         Campfire Cider Recipe

         Breakfast Baked Potato (with Vegan Option)

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Words by Christina Huntington // Photography by Sarah Prikryl

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