When disaster strikes you may have only a few minutes to get to safety. Those few minutes are critical to get your family and yourself to safety. In the wake of a disaster it can be hours, days, or even weeks before you can return back to your normal way of life. A good 72-hour kit has many essential items. One of those items needs to be a way to boil water and prepared food among others.
September is National Emergency Preparedness Month. Do you have an emergency preparedness plan/kit? If not, National Emergency Preparedness Month is the perfect time to pick at least one thing that you can do to ensure you and your family are better prepared when disaster strikes.
When out purchasing camping gear, it’s always a bonus to hear what other’s opinions are about that equipment. Woodall’s Camping Life Magazine put both a Sherpa Camp Table and Organizer, and Mountain Series Denali 3 to the test. See for yourself what they had to say about these great gadgets!
If you’re reading this than you probably agree with us when we say that Camp Chef stoves are awesome. You can do all kinds of amazing things with them. You can add a grill box and create an awesome BBQ grill. Add a griddle and you have a restaurant style flat top. You can boil and steam with them, canning is a breeze. There really isn’t anything they can’t do. They are the base of the ult
It’s always been a dream of ours to cook every meal in a Dutch oven. Unfortunately that’s not always possible, which means that sometimes your Dutch oven has to be put away and stored. Hopefully, not for too long. But no matter the length of time your Dutch oven is not in use, a couple simple tricks when putting it away can ensure that it’s ready to go when it’s time to cook.
We hear a lot of different techniques for seasoning or conditioning cast iron. Some are good and some are not so good. But one thing we do know is that the best way to season or condition cast iron is to maintain it to begin with. While it does take a little bit of work (mostly just a little time), it’s not as hard as you would think to keep your cast iron in tip-top shape.