By: Megan J
Cheddar Bacon Pinwheels
I needed a quick recipe and this one worked great. You don’t need to marinade for a long time, but you can if you have a few minutes to spare. I used my cast iron grill pan to get a nice outside barbecue taste (and look) without having to go out into our single digit backyard! My kids liked the chicken. The tomato topping, not so much, but trying new things is a life skill, right? Oh, and bei
By: Andrea H., Kati R., Julie C.
My favorite part about the big game this weekend is snacking before, during, and after the game. One appetizer that always hits the spot is chips and dips. At Camp Chef we decided to share 3 of our favorite dip recipes that will surely be a hit at your game day party.
8 Layer Taco Dip
By: Tom B
With the upcoming big game next weekend, (since we can’t call it by it’s official name…) talk of party food came up at the office. For some, Game Day is the Thanksgiving of Appetizers and finger food. So, after much deliberation at the office we decided on three main things that every party should have.
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
This is an easy, healthy and pretty easy recipe for the new year. It requires just a few ingredients and some patience. Even the ingredients are a bit negotiable. Have no baby carrots? Cut up a few larger carrots. No butter? Substitute margarine or olive oil. Add whatever seasonings you have on hand or what sounds good. Add this side dish to your next meal!