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
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Camp Chef breaks mold of traditional patio grill with new Somerset series
HYDE PARK, Utah – For more than 20 years Camp Chef outdoor stoves have been known for power, versatility and portability at the campsite. Now cooks can enjoy the same benefits on their patio with the recently upgraded Somerset series. Availab
Cast iron cooking has been a several hundred year tradition that often is passed down from one generation to the next. Cast iron itself, when well taken care of, can outlast two sometimes three owners. Even when it isn't well taken care of, because of its forgiving nature, it can be brought back and cook, bake, saute, grill, and more just like the day it was made. With skillets, pie pans, Dutch
Camp Chef’s Rainer Camper’s Combo received recognition from Peterson’s Hunting magazine and was picked as the Editor’s Choice for portable camp grills. This is no coincidence because the Rainer offers versatility and power and portability all in one package.
The Rainer Camper’s Combo is a rugged, grab and go stove that gives outdoorsmen the ability to cook any
Be a Force of Nature: Take the Next Step during National Severe Weather Preparedness Week
This year, we’re taking the time to learn how to prepare for severe weather during National Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 2-8, 2014, sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Our friend (and excellent cook book author I might add) Tiffany Haugen recently experienced life without a kitchen. Luckily there was no disaster involved and the Haugen family still had a fully functioning house with the exception of a kitchen re-model going on. So what does a cook book author do with no kitchen? Definitely not order off the local restaurant menu. Tiffany found herself cooking