As you dig out your stove and grill, get it cleaned and sprayed down, ensuring you don't have a leaking hose can make or break your maiden voyage of grilling this season. We want to keep you safe, and everyone else, so make sure that before you fire up that stove or grill to cook up those steaks, you follow these steps. They are very simple, not very time consuming, but extremely worth the litt
It’s that time of year again. People all across America will start the annual “spring cleaning” in their homes, garages and back patios. For many (hopefully this includes you) it means pulling out the camping gear that has been in hibernation since late fall. If your gear hasn’t been hibernating hopefully that means you have been putting it to good use. Either way, spring often means it
Recipe By: Lorrie L.
Title: Rat Tails
Rat Tails, Atomic Buffalo Turds, Bacon Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers, whatever you call em, they taste great. Our fan Lorrie L. submitted this recipe to us and we sure enjoyed what she had to share.
- 15-16 fresh jalapeños
- 15-16 slices of bacon
- 1 package spicy sausage
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The back strap. A delicious cut of meat. After all the hard work of bringing that game home, be sure to enjoy it well. Camp Chef offers the ultimate equipment when it comes to cooking food outdoors.
Venison back strap is a great cut of meat and when prepared the right way it's down right delicious. Here's a tasty way to prepare and enjoy your venison back strap. Scott Leysath is an expert
Big game hunting season is in full swing. If you've got a bunch of meat from one of your hunts, have you tried making burgers with it? Scott Leysath demonstrates how to grill venison burgers. As an expert chef, especially with wild game, Leysath shares a lot of great information about the whys and whats when making your own burgers and grilling on the grill.
Smokin Season '13
While meat smoking is beginning to gain traction as a year round event; the bulk of it continues to be done from September through the winter months. I believe this schedule to be left over traditions from the forefathers as they worked to preserve meat for the winter. A tradition that has stood the test of time virtually unnoticed.