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  • Mar 29, 2012

    By: Admin

    IDOS World Championship Cook off 2012 - Wil & Jen Ward

    On March 15th – 17th the International Dutch Oven Society hosted the 2012 World Championship Cook Off at the annual International Sportsmen’s Expo in Salt Lake City, UT. We asked 7 time World Championship Cook Off finalists Wil and Jen Ward if we could tag along to see what it’s like to compete at this level of cooking. They graciously obliged.

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  • Mar 28, 2012

    By: Admin

    Headlines & Heros - Camp Oven Review

    Headed to the Peruvian rainforest for a weekend camping trip? Neither are we.

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  • Mar 16, 2012

    By: Admin

    CAL Ranch Grand Opening

    CAL Ranch opened a NEW location in FLAGSTAFF ARIZONA!  We here at Camp Chef were there for the festivities!  We got to cook a little food for the locals, the weather was great, and so was the turn out!

    The store was full of people all day long! 

    The people of Flagstaff also got to enjoy some champion Dutch Oven cooking from Mark Wilkins, from the Bar B Chuckwagon

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  • Mar 14, 2012

    By: Admin

    Off Grid Cooking

    Here’s a video that we stumbled across. Off Grid Cooking (http://survivalcommonsense.com) is all about emergency preparedness and survival. In the video the person doing the video makes reference that his Camp Chef double burner stove is 20 years old and he stores it just like it is in the video every year. While we recommend using patio covers and carry bags to store Camp Chef stoves, it’s

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  • Mar 13, 2012

    By: Admin

    St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage

    With St. Patrick’s Day right around the corner we thought we’d post a video of a very simple and delicious Irish (ok, Americanized Irish) meal. This corned beef and cabbage recipe can be made in one pot and only has a prep time of about 20 minutes. Cook time is closer to 3 hours but after it’s going you can leave it at a simmer and walk away until it’s time to add the potatoes, carrots

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  • Mar 8, 2012

    By: Admin

    The Fire Pit That Travels

    We’ve been big fans of propane fire pits for awhile now. Heck, that’s why we make them. They’re easy, clean, convenient, and some of them are even portable. Well it looks like we’re not the only ones who feel this way. Here’s a page from the April issue of Motor Home Magazine. Turns out gas fire pits are a great idea for RVs too. Now we’re not to type of people to say ‘we told you

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