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.
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, 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 4, 2012Turkey Hunting with Yamaha
Every now and again a great opportunity comes around for some of us here at Camp Chef to get to go out and play. Recently, Matt Anderson was invited to join Yamaha and others on a turkey hunt in Nebraska. It wasn’t all fun and games though, Matt volunteered to cook for the turkey camp. He prepared smoked turkey in the Camp Chef Smoke Vault and cherry chocolate cobbler in a Camp
Aug 30, 2012Camp Chef Tailgating Gear
Fall is around the corner and college football kicks off this weekend! Millions will be wearing their teams colors and getting to stadiums early to tailgate and cheer their teams on.
We’ve put together some recipe ideas from the Outdoor Cook, Gary House as well as Camp Chef products that will enhance your tailgating experience!
Aug 27, 2012Cornbread!
What is a good meal without some delicious warm and buttery carb to go with it Just sayin’. When you don’t have time for a yeast bread, corn bread will do the trick! And when you bake cornbread in cast iron you get the benefit of beautiful presentation with a rustic feel. Just make sure you have plenty of butter and honey