Nov 21, 2011Bottling Meat
With the uncertainty of what life has been tossing at us as of late there seems to be an increase in the participation of canning. So back by popular demand is a blog on how at my house we bottle meat. This should be archived in some area of the web sight so you can refer to it. Bottling meat is fairly simple processes, with the most critical area being watching the temperature.
Nov 21, 2011Cooking a Turkey in a Dutch Oven
I’ve seen several methods and orientations for cooking a turkey in a Dutch Oven. However in 13 years at Camp Chef….I’ve never prepared one, in one. I’ve deep fried them, used the Ultimate Roaster, Keg Roaster, Smoke Vault, standard oven methods but never in a Dutch/Camp Oven. So come along while I give this a whirl and we will see how we do.
Nov 19, 2011Fresh Cranberry Cream Cheese Dip
One of my friends introduced me to this SURPRISINGLY, yummy Fresh Cranberry Salsa over cream cheese dip. Feeling festive, and wanting to share my new delicious recipe, I thought I would make it for my fellow co-workers here at Camp Chef. I chose to serve it on our Cast Iron Pizza Pan.
Nov 18, 2011Happy Thanksgiving
I know that this is not Thanksgiving related, but I have been dying to share some of these old ads in the back of the cookbook. I am pretty sure that Spry is out of business (too bad, since they claim to have the best shortening ), but I love the pictures and the recipe!
Nov 17, 2011Smoking Pheasant
Is there a better time than fall? Not in the world of a sportsman! The fish are running up the rivers, the big game seasons are in full swing and of course the upland game and waterfowl hunts are at their prime. I didn’t hunt much as a kid and consider myself an adult rookie when it comes to any kind of shooting. When a friend suggested that I give pheasant hunting a try I couldn’t argue. C