It’s nice to have a holiday to look forward to during the winter doldrums, but it happens so close to New Years Resolutions that many are caught between a rock and a piece (or bag) of chocolate! I have here some recipes I have previously posted, one of which is for the dieters of the group and the other for those breaking their diets!
Just because football season is over doesn’t mean that tailgating has to stop. Just about anything that involves a parking lot or a group of parked cars is tailgate appropriate. Weddings? You bet. Church functions? Why not. PTA meetings? You might want to check with your local school board, but we don’t see why you couldn’t.
Hunt. Fish. Feed. …Three activities that Camp Chef loves to be engaged in. So when we were asked by our friends at the Sportsman Channel to be involved with a Hunt.Fish.Feed in our neck of the woods, we jumped at the opportunity to help give back.
Hunt.Fish.Feed is a unique outreach program aimed at bringing awareness in the fight against hunger. Using an underutilized food source – g
For the second year in a row Camp Chef was invited to participate in Yamaha’s Glamis, CA Imperial Sand Dunes media event. If you’re familiar with motor sports than you’ll know the Imperial Sand Dunes are heaven on earth. If you’re not familiar with motor sports than you might recognize the Imperial Sand Dunes from the sand dunes scene in Star Wars: Return of the Jedi.
What do you do when it is windy and cold outside, when the duck number have gone south, when the geese have flight patterns just short of the ozone layer and you can’t seem to get focused to ice fish, even with the call of the new fish hut and ice wind anchors? Well….you get the kid to fix dinner while you load ammo or build arrows.