Sep 13, 2012Canning 101 - In a Jam
I couldn’t pass up a recent Food Network magazine at the check out counter. That almost NEVER happens. The cover was arrayed with fresh garden tomatoes, tiny bits of bacon and Parmesan. It looked so delicious that I couldn’t help myself. When I opened it up, I found some great recipes, including this gem.
Sep 12, 2012Camp Chef 9 Peice Professional Knife Set
Introducing one of Camp Chef’s newest products. The 9 Piece Professional Knife Setcomes with a convenient carry bag and cutting board so that you have all the essential cutting gear you’ll need whether at home or in the bush. The variety of knives and tools will have you ready whether cutting meat, veggies, bread, fruit… the list goes on.
Sep 10, 2012National Hunting and Fishing Day 2012 Giveaway
September 22 marks National Hunting and Fishing Day. Because we’re such big fans of hunting and fishing and being outdoors in general, we’re doing a giveaway for all of our fans!
Camp Chef has teamed up with Yamaha Outdoors and Realtree Outdoors camo to bring you this giveaway!
Sep 6, 2012National Emergency Preparedness Month
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. Do you have an emergency preparedness plan/kit? If not, National Emergency Preparedness Month is the perfect time to pick at least one thing that you can do to ensure you and your family are better prepared when disaster strikes.
Sep 6, 2012Canning 101 - What You'll Need
I started canning about 10 years ago. My mom did NOT have good memories of canning as a child, and as a result, she didn’t want to subject me to the same torture. However, when I planted my first garden (to get produce cheaper and tastier) I found some way of preserving all of that hard work! Back then, I started with tomatoes (although you now have to pressure can those now), but I still hav
Sep 6, 2012Camp Chef Emergency Preparedness Gear
When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life. A good 72-hour kit has many essential items. One of those items needs to be a way to boil water and prepared food among others.