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Bring the Kitchen Sink? Camp Chef Brings the Kitchen Oven

Bring the Kitchen Sink? Camp Chef Brings the Kitchen Oven

Date/Time: 
Mon, 2013-03-11 10:10

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

February 14, 2012

Bring the kitchen sink? Camp Chef brings the kitchen oven.

LOGAN, Utah – By announcing the release of its newest product, the Portable Outdoor Oven, Camp Chef continues providing innovative products that enhance the outdoor lifestyle.

The Portable Outdoor Oven is compact and portable, making it possible for outdoor cooking enthusiasts to broaden their menus by adding baking to their repertoire. With the capacity to fit a 9 x 13 pan inside, the oven allows users to bake their favorite food dishes even when out of their kitchen.

“This kitchen-style oven is easy to bake with and fun to use in the outdoors,” said Ty Measom, President of Camp Chef. “Today, more and more families are going on camping trips seeking the outdoors as a vacation destination. Our products, especially the Portable Outdoor Oven, were designed to enrich the time families spend together while away from home.

Ty Measom founded Camp Chef in 1990. Measom designed Camp Chef’s first stove, the DB60D, a two-burner stove with side shelves. It has changed some over the years but it is still the flag ship of the Camp Chef line renamed the Pro 60, which when released, created a buzz about the new way to cook outdoors.

Camp Chef continued to grow over the years, adding new products and accessories that were designed to make cooking more convenient. Their stoves are known for versatility. The ability to not only grill meat; but to boil, griddle, fry, or even cook a Dutch oven on its stoves is what sets Camp Chef apart from the rest of the industry. From stoves, outdoor ovens, smokers, fire pits, and a full range of cast iron products – Camp Chef continues to be the leading innovative in outdoor cooking.

Contact Information:
Camp Chef
Matt Nielsen
info@campchef.com
(435)752-3922
www.campchef.com

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