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  • Feb 8, 2011

    By: Admin

    Check Out Our Contest!

    Don’t forget to enter our contest. We are looking forward to your entries! Enter Today

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  • Feb 4, 2011

    By: Admin

    Tailgate Warriors with Guy Fieri

    TAILGATE WARRIORS WITH GUY FIERI CHAMPIONSHIP

    Check out this event with Guy Fieri from the Food Network where Camp Chef products were used! 

    Team 22 (Seattle Seahawks) won the Food Network’s “Tailgate Warriors with Guy Fieri Championship”.

    Here are some of the recipies they used at the event. 

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  • Feb 4, 2011

    By: Admin

    Buttermilk Biscuits

    I was inspired this week by a Martha Stewart episode about chicken and biscuits. As they were demo-ing, my mouth was watering as they were using words like: flaky, high, buttery, and perfect. They sounded soooo good and also reminded me of a local eatery which boasts “mile-high” biscuits. YUM.

    So, I gathered my cookbook, a few ingredients and a few tips taken from th

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  • Feb 3, 2011

    By: Admin

    Smoked Trout

    Those of you who may have followed this Ice fishing series on the blog may be asking yourself, “What possess a person to do that non-sense”. To be quite sane with you…I often ask myself the same question until………..I’m in front of the TV watching foot ball with some smoked Trout on a Ritz cracker.

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  • Feb 2, 2011

    By: Admin

    Ice Fishing V

    I recall the first time I saw someone in an ice shelter. They drug this large looking flat thing out onto the ice then popped up this shelter and disappeared. All I remember thinking is “you’ve got to be kidding”. Now remember this is western ice fishing. The Great Lakes regional folks have been dragging shelters on to the ice forever.

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  • Feb 1, 2011

    By: Admin

    Orange Coffee Cake

    Truthfully, I was just looking to try something new that didn’t take too long. Also, I had some oranges to use up. Pretty easy. Start to finish = 1 hour. Would’ve been faster if I didn’t use fresh squeezed juice, but where is the fun in that?

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