We are like a parent with a child they are proud of when we talk about products. They are ours, so of course we love them. Which is why it is always good when someone else reviews our product and has a thing or two to say, especially when it is good. American Mountain Guides Association's Geoff Unger reviewed our Rainier Camper's Combo. So, don't just take our word for it, take a look at what G
Few things in the world can rival the taste of a steak cooked to the perfect temperature. Add potatoes and vegetables and you have the makings of an unforgettable meal. John Harder, owner of the Italian Place and a 40 plus year vetern of flat top grill cooking, shows you how to get that perfect resturant style steak with all the fixin's. And drooling is okay while watching this clip, we don't j
Getting those perfectly smoked ribs can be difficult, especially if you are brand new to the world of smoking foods. But, never fear, there is a method to smoking ribs that anyone can follow and will almost always provide for perfectly smoked ribs. They'll be so good your neighbor three doors down will want to "stop by and say hello" but, it's up to you to share. We understand if you say no.Learn More
If the old saying that your ears burn when someone is talking about you is true, ours must have been scorching hot. The folks over at Active Junky recently reviewed our Everest Two-Burner Stove and it would seem that we hit a home run. Scoring a 9 out of 10 rating, our stove received their Baddass Gear award for Summer 2014.
After more than twenty years of planning, developing, engineering, and building products to enhance your outdoor experience, we still love all our products. From the first stove we created to our brand new Pellet Grill and Smoker, we love them all. That's why, when we get a chance to have someone else say a thing or two about one of our products, we like to share it with everyone else.
No matter how prime of a camping spot you find, it seems that once you set up the stove, there is something on the ground keeping it from gettingit level. It use to be that you would have to dig out a spot, find rocks, or, if you had them, get some Lego's under a leg to get your stove level. Well, no longer do you have to figure out a way to keep it level. Set it up where you want, use our bran