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  • May 15, 2014

    By: Admin

    The Camp Chef Outdoor Kitchen The Camp Chef Outdoor Kitchen

    Camp Chef - The Way to Cook Outdoors. For over two decades, that tag line has been our drive to continue pushing the envelope in developing, designing, and producing products that can cook just as well on the back patio as they can in the great outdoors. That tag line has taken us a long ways; from a simple two-burner stove to now unveiling an artisan pizza oven, a pellet smoker, fire pits, and

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  • May 15, 2014

    By: Admin

    Petersen's Hunting: Hottest Grills on the Market Petersen's Hunting: Hottest Grills on the Market

    For over two decades we have worked to make cooking outdoors just as enjoyable as the outdoors themselves. To do that we have worked to develop a large array of stoves to keep people cooking at camp, on the back patio, in the duck blind, and while out on the open road. Most recently, one of our stoves, the Rainier Campers Combo, that is great for tailgating, cooking while traveling, or a lightw

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  • May 5, 2014

    By: Admin

    The Perfect Steak The Perfect Steak

    This is the month to kick off grilling season and what better way to do that than learning how to grill the perfect steak. Is there such a thing as grilling the perfect steak? We say yes. Granted, a lot of that depends on the person preparing the steak and the taste buds of those who the steak is being prepared for. All that aside, there are some basic steps to help you grill a steak that is pe

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  • May 1, 2014

    By: Admin

    Spring Cleaning: Part Three Spring Cleaning: Part Three

    After cleaning your stove and making sure you have no leaky hoses. Ensuring your cast iron is cleaned and conditioned is a must. This process helps ensure your cooking surface is not only clean but non-stick as well. There's few things worse then having a beautifully grilled steak or burger and when you go to take it off the grill it is torn apart because it is stuck to the grill.

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  • May 1, 2014

    By: Admin

    Spring Cleaning: Part Two Spring Cleaning: Part Two

    As you dig out your stove and grill, get it cleaned and sprayed down, ensuring you don't have a leaking hose can make or break your maiden voyage of grilling this season. We want to keep you safe, and everyone else, so make sure that before you fire up that stove or grill to cook up those steaks, you follow these steps. They are very simple, not very time consuming, but extremely worth the litt

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  • May 1, 2014

    By: Admin

    Spring Cleaning: Part One Spring Cleaning: Part One

    It’s that time of year again. People all across America will start the annual “spring cleaning” in their homes, garages and back patios. For many (hopefully this includes you) it means pulling out the camping gear that has been in hibernation since late fall. If your gear hasn’t been hibernating hopefully that means you have been putting it to good use. Either way, spring often means it

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