Jan 15, 2013Explorer 3X Video
The Explorer 3X, Camp Chef’s newest three burner stove. With the Explorer 3X’s massive 686 square inch cooking area you’ll be able to cook more food efficiently. In this video, Steve McGrath walks us through a few key features of Camp Chef’s newest stove.
Jan 15, 2013Hot Buttered Carrots
This is an easy, healthy and pretty easy recipe for the new year. It requires just a few ingredients and some patience. Even the ingredients are a bit negotiable. Have no baby carrots? Cut up a few larger carrots. No butter? Substitute margarine or olive oil. Add whatever seasonings you have on hand or what sounds good. Add this side dish to your next meal!
Jan 15, 2013Camp Chef Unveils Its New 14/16 Cooking System
Camp Chef is The Way to Cook Outdoors. Camp Chef stoves are versatile cooking systems that can be fully customized to allow for a wide range of cooking styles. Grill, griddle, boil, or fry – it can all be done on a Camp Chef.
Camp Chef stove accessories are interchangeable so that whether you’re hosting a barbecue, boiling corn on the cob, or both; cooking a flapjack breakfast or doin
Jan 9, 2013NEW Explorer 3X Three Burner Stove
We are excited to announce the newest member of the Camp Chef family, the Explorer 3X! Inspired by many of our users and our ever-popular Explorer stove, the Explorer 3X adds even more cooking area to allow for maximum cooking versatility.
Jan 3, 2013Batter Buns
We have a local restaurant that is a family favorite and before you get your juicy steak, they serve homemade rolls and corn pone. These rolls are special and unique though. They are not dense and sweet like Texas Roadhouse, but flaky and light almost like a fluffy biscuit.
Dec 27, 2012Cast Iron Christmas: Shepherd's Pie
A few nights before Christmas I was talking to my mother-in-law, lamenting about the fact that both of my children hate potatoes. I feel like this is very un-American and I am slightly worried about the repercussions, considering that Idaho is really close to our home. I am also a little sad that a recipe we used to have at least once a week was now sacrificed to the Idontwanna God of lost reci