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  • Apr 25, 2012

    By: Admin

    National Park Week - Crater Lake

    Crater Lake is a deep, super clear freshwater lake found in the South Central region of Oregon. It is the remnant of an ancient volcano called Mount Mazama.

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  • Apr 23, 2012

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    National Park Week - Yellowstone

    National Park Week – Profiling Yellowstone National Park

    Of the 3.5 million people that go to Yellowstone every year, not many know it but while there, they are actually standing in the caldera of an enormous volcano.

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  • Apr 21, 2012

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    National Park Week - Grand Canyon

    What defines the Grand Canyon is the power of erosion. For millions of years, the Colorado River has been snaking down the Grand Canyon carving away at the red rock layers creating the awe-inspiring spectacle that we see today.

    If you start at the rim and make your way down to the river bottom, it’s like going back in time. Each layer of sand and rock represents a different time in the

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  • Apr 20, 2012

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    Dutch Oven Storage - Scott Leysath

    It’s always been a dream of ours to cook every meal in a Dutch oven. Unfortunately that’s not always possible, which means that sometimes your Dutch oven has to be put away and stored. Hopefully, not for too long. But no matter the length of time your Dutch oven is not in use, a couple simple tricks when putting it away can ensure that it’s ready to go when it’s time to cook.

    Here

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  • Apr 19, 2012

    By: Admin

    Camp Chef's National Park Week Contest

    During National Park Week, you can benefit from free admission into any and every National Park out there… you can also enter to win a Camp Chef cast iron package!

    To celebrate National Park Week and the coming camping season, we will be having a contest April 21st – April 29th. Three lucky winners will each receive a commemorativeCamp Chef National Park

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  • Apr 18, 2012

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    Cast Iron Conditioning Myth - Scott Leysath

    We hear a lot of different techniques for seasoning or conditioning cast iron. Some are good and some are not so good. But one thing we do know is that the best way to season or condition cast iron is to maintain it to begin with. While it does take a little bit of work (mostly just a little time), it’s not as hard as you would think to keep your cast iron in tip-top shape.

    Here’s pro

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