Jun 5, 2012Emergency Kits
If you’re reading this than you probably agree with us when we say that Camp Chef stoves are awesome. You can do all kinds of amazing things with them. You can add a grill box and create an awesome BBQ grill. Add a griddle and you have a restaurant style flat top. You can boil and steam with them, canning is a breeze. There really isn’t anything they can’t do. They are the base of the ult
Jun 5, 2012Riverview Jr. High Dutch Oven Cook Off
Dutch Oven Cook-off!
Camp Chef had the opportunity to judge the 22nd annual dutch oven cook-off in Murray, Utah. This is one of our favorite cooking events and we look forward to it every year. This cook-off takes place on the 2nd Friday in May at Riverview Junior High in Murray, Utah.
Ninth grade students get the opportunity to plan and prepare a meal using on
Jun 4, 2012Camp Chef's Annual IDOS DOG
Camp Chef has a long running relationship with IDOS, the International Dutch Oven Society. Each summer, Camp Chef hosts a Dutch Oven Gathering, or DOG, for any and all members of that society to come together and enjoy tasty food, great friends, and good times.
May 30, 2012Gettin' It Outdoors: Episode 1 - Cooking Trout
Gettin’ It Outdoors’ is an outdoor show that focuses on the outdoors and cooking (and is really just a chance for us to have some fun). Join Matt and Matt, brothers from another mother, separated by marriage and about ten years, as they venture into the outdoors on new adventures and test new recipes in the kitchen.
May 28, 2012Bob's in Longview, WA
Bob’s was very different when Bob Sr. opened his doors to Bob’s Surplus in 1947.
In 1947 Bob Schlecht Sr. “hitched” his way from Minot, ND to Longview, WA, by way of railcar roof-tops. He and his wife Lila, opened the original war surplus store in a small tent. Selling items such as Army Cots for $2.50, Canteens for 25 cents, and Wool Socks for 50 cents. The local women kept him s
May 25, 2012Bowfishing: Who Does This?
Well, more and more folks everyday and from all walks of life. “Why”, is usually the next question? Well cause it is broke and needs fixin’.
Carp was a good idea gone badly when our ancestors introduced this bony bottom feeding fish into the native fish habitats. The idea was a food source. The overtaking the waterways was not much of a concern or thought I’d imagine.