Jul 18, 2012Camping by the Green River - Guest Blog
I am a big fan of Camp Chef. I’ve used their stoves for years and each year I look forward to seeing what new ideas they have come up with. I own a lot of their products and would consider myself a “Camp Chef Junkie”.
On a recent camping trip near the Green river in Wyoming I took along my arsenal of Camp Chef to help with the cooking.
I was trying out two new purchases for th
Jul 18, 2012Giant Skookie
While the title may be a little confusing, Camp Chef makes this really cute personal cookie skillet:
If you have never had one, you might want to try one. A-Mazing. However, if you are short a few skookies, or really hungry, I have a recipe for you! I used a cast iron pie pan (you could also use a skillet) and used about 3/4 of the cookie dough recipe below.
Jul 11, 2012Two Skillet Wonders!
I have been trying a few new recipes. This one made me a bit nervous as it did not look too kid friendly, but my kids ate it! I was surprised. This is like a thicker version of taco soup. Originally, it is supposed to be eaten with the cornbread, but we ate it with Doritos. Needless to say, we had full bellies and orange fingers!
For this one, you will need 2 skillets. Or a skillet and a
Jul 3, 2012Fourth of July Survival Guide
A National Holiday is upon us. Traditions and memories stir up deep emotions of Patriotism while we come together in our communities to celebrate the birth of our great Nation! Flags are flying high and proud, banners waving, parades a plenty gearing up, and fireworks are being loaded into canons.
Jul 2, 2012Red, White and Blue (berry)
I found this recipe on the freezer meal planning site, Once a Month Mom. It looked too irresistible to pass up! I went and got an industrial sized package of blueberries and went to work! (Oh, in case you are wondering a pint of blueberries is just shy of 2 cups) These turned out really good…even without frosting.
I took some amazing photos only to find out that I forgot to put in my SD