May 8, 2011Baba Cakes
So, it just so happens that I am reading a book about Russia during WWII. In it they refer to their grandmother as “baba”, so when I saw this recipe coupled with Mother’s Day, I thought it would be fun to make this dessert. Also, my mom loves yeast. She is known for eating it out of the package. It’s not an addiction or anything, she just loves the flavor! So, this is
May 6, 2011Camp Chef Products in Woodalls Camping Life Gear Guide
Every year, Woodalls publishes their Gear Guide to “help you find the most important things to get you started camping and having fun outdoors!” This year they featured several Camp Chef products as essential camp cooking products. We have included links here to the products and their reviews from the magazine.
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May 5, 2011Easy Cinco de Mayo Party
It’s finally warm, sunny and the end of our work week so what better way to celebrate than with an easy Cinco De Mayo party. Here at Camp Chef we feel that the best way to celebrate for any occasion is with food! Using a Lumberjack skillet on a Camp chef stove makes it easy to feed a large, hungry group of people. We decided to make Taco Salads and chop up
May 4, 2011Grilled Cheese
My kids wanted to have grilled cheese sandwiches for lunch yesterday, so I thought I would take a look and see if there what grilled cheese were like in the 40′s. Sure enough they had a recipe!
Pretty similar. Then, I found a recipe below, that looked interesting, so I gave it a try:
May 4, 2011Dutch Oven Adventures
Last summer, I was determined to learn to cook in a dutch oven. I bought a 12 in. Camp Chef and began my cooking adventures. I had some learning experiences and, then, some successes as I began to get the hang of heating with coals. Most of all, I had lots of fun! I can’t wait for the snow to melt and to try some of the recipes that I’ve been compiling over the winter.
May 2, 2011In Royal Style #3
I was so excited to try a Royal Wedding cake! I was watching Rachael Ray and she had a British expert who told the audience that Prince William and Kate would be having a traditional Wedding Cake, ie Fruit cake, I thought cool, I guess. Then I opened up my cookbook and low and behold a traditional wedding cake for the 1940′s (according to Fanny), is a fruit cake! That sealed