Smoked food is one of our favorite things here at Camp Chef. There is just something about that rich smoke flavor that makes our mouths water. The best part about smoking food is it really easy to do with the right equipment.
You might be wondering where I got the idea to have smoked wings and potatoes from. Well….I had smoked chicken wings for the first time at a local restaurant and I couldn’t believe how amazingly yummy they were. So, I thought we could try to make our own “smoked chicken wings” in our Smoke Vault here at Camp Chef. Now where did the potatoes come in? I’ve heard
It’s nice to have a holiday to look forward to during the winter doldrums, but it happens so close to New Years Resolutions that many are caught between a rock and a piece (or bag) of chocolate! I have here some recipes I have previously posted, one of which is for the dieters of the group and the other for those breaking their diets!
Hello, my friend hello!!I accept your welcome back. I have been on an eating out binge, something, my retro mama ancestors did not indulge in too much, so I haven’t done a lot of interesting cooking lately. That is, until Super Bowl Sunday. Usually we go all out and make WAY too much food, so I decided to go simple. I made a beautiful veggie tray (aka crudites, for all you foodies out there!)
The Super Bowl is right around the corner and it’s time to start preparing for the big game. For us, chili is the perfect foundation to many of our Super Bowl snack favorites. Here’s 3 fun snacks you can make to go with your big pot of chili, Navajo tacos, chili cheese fries, and ultimate nachos. They’re easy and taste great. You can use your own favorite chili recipe or try this one:
A few weeks ago a good friend of mine gave me some salmon that he caught in Alaska. He also gave me this speech: “You better cook this, and make sure it doesn’t go to waste! You know how to cook it right?” Me (very confidently): “Yep, I have it handled!”
THE TRUTH: Never cook salmon in my life, but it looked so good!