Make your own sausage dogs this spring and summer with this recipe from The Sporting Chef himself, Scott Leysath. If you don't happen to have any alligator meat, swap it out for any other venison meat.
As far as food goes on Thanksgiving Day, the turkey is the center of the entire meal. When cooked the turkey is appealing to not only the eyes, but also the nose. That smell of cooking turkey, wafting through the house, starts to make your mouth water. But as pretty as the turkey is, and as good as it smells, if it is a dry turkey with little to no taste, than all that effort and hours of cooki
With Thanksgiving not to far away, we wanted to show you how we cook a turkey here at Camp Chef HQ. We pulled out our Turkey Cannon, grabbed a bag of our Orchard Apple pellets, a Pellet Grill & Smoker, and we smoked a turkey. If you have not had a smoked turkey, than you don't know what you are missing.
Chicken is one of those foods that can either taste really good or not so good. There really isn't middle ground with chicken. To much of that or this seasoning, or to little, can make the difference on chicken. Fortunately, we found a rather fool-proof way to cook great tasting chicken with very little effort. What did we do? Grabbed some poultry seasoning, two cans of beer, alder pellets, and
Breakfast. A meal that often times we overlook. But, once you see what John Harder from The Italian Place cooks up on the Flat Top Grill for breakfast, you will never want to pass on breakfast again. So, watch the video, then go and grab the ingredients and start cooking.