Oct 24, 2012Cast Iron Chinese...
If you are like me and find yourself wanting really good Chinese food, yet lacking a wok (and maybe a take out menu), never fear! Just grab your trusty cast iron skillet or dutch oven. I can’t lie, it doesn’t work exactly like a wok, but it is a better-than-average substitute.
This recipe is fun and by using jarred black bean sauce, pretty easy. I will say to get everything ready befo
Oct 17, 2012Mummy Wraps
The mummy wraps are a quick lunch or snack that the kids love to help with, and fun to make during Halloween. Another creative idea is to add food coloring to the biscuits to create different looking mummies. Let the kids imaginations run wild and have fun.
Oct 15, 2012Aebelskiver Eyeballs
Have you been looking for a creative Halloween Breakfast? Well look no further because these Aebelskiver Eyeballs are just as fun to eat as they are to make!
Camp Chef makes a Cast Iron Aebleskiver Pan that cooks these little balls inside and outperfectly. The heaviness of the pan helps with the even cooking for each Aebleskiver and the seasoned finish helps the batter not stick
Oct 12, 2012Salsa Soup
All of a sudden it feels like, Fall is here! I am bundled up and craving soup and caramel apples. Guess I need to pack on my winter “layer”. Mexican food has been on the top of my list lately and this soup fits the bill. It is simple and filling.
There is a belief that you can’t cook tomatoes in cast iron. While I wouldn’t recommend it for the maiden voyage of your dutch oven, coo
Oct 11, 2012Halloween Movie Night
We all enjoy fall here at Camp Chef! The leaves are falling and cooler nights are upon us, yet we still are finding ways to enjoy outside. We can’t think of a better way to celebrate this season then to cuddle up and watch a scary movie outside with our outdoor movie screens!