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June 18, 2013

Duraflame Campfire Roasting Logs

Duraflame® Campfire Roasting Logs, firelogs designed specifically for outdoor roasting, made with real wood charcoal and tested for safe cooking – perfect for roasting up some delicious camping fire snacks or setting the stage for your favorite spooky story.

I am so glad they finally came out with a "food friendly" log. We have a fire pit, and while we like to use the duraflame starters to get the fire going, we can't roast hot dogs over the fire or make s'mores, but now we can!!!! 

To expose our friends and family to this great new product we plan to have a fire pit night party soon, before the summer gets too hot, even at night. It should be tons of fun - hot dogs over the fire and s'mores gallore!

Thank you so much to the folks at Duraflame for this great product and opportunity!

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