Whether you are out on the hunt, or on your back patio, this turkey recipe is worth trying.
Recipe by Julie C.
There was talk around the office for a couple weeks about this recipe being cooked. Needless to say, when the smells of deep fried goodness started wafting through the office, we had a line of folks waiting for the photos to be taken so they could be devoured. This is a great recipe to add some flavor to an evening of entertaining or for kickin' back and watching the ga
By: Kati R
Aw, the luck of the Irish! Who doesn’t love St. Patrick’s Day? It’s a fun, simple holiday for kids and adults. Have you started making any plans? Well, we’re here to help. This week the Camp Chef blog will be featuring several recipes, both traditional and non-taditional, to get things rolling for St. Patty’s. Here is a great side dish or
Deep fried Oreos are like a scone with a mini chocolate cake in the center! They are delicious and should definitely be eaten while still warm. They are fun and easy to make! Rumor has it; that you can pretty much fry anything these days….Snickers, Twinkies, Pickles, Green Beans, apple slices and the list can go on and on! Here’s what you will need for the deep fried Oreos:<
So with the big game coming up, I wanted to showcase a few good recipes for you to dig into in a few weeks. I have debated for a week on whether or not to share this recipe. I am sharing it for 2 reasons. Number 1, to show that even with the best intentions and ingredients, not all recipes turn out for the best. Second, I wanted to see if any of you readers wanted to chime in with helpful hints
By: Guy P
I’m not sure how the temperature is in your neck of the woods….but it was a balmy minus 22 degrees Fahrenheit when I checked the gauge Monday morning. I’d brought the Labs into the garage that night when it hit zero. Yeah they are Labs and all, and have good igloo houses full of hay, but they are not Laberhuskys!