If you have not noticed, we like to take things we love to the next level of tastiness. For those of us who love the smell of baking cookies, ice cream, and a glass of milk, say hello to the skookie. These wonderful 7 inches of cast iron will forever change your mind on how a cookie should be.So, grab your favorite chocolate chip recipe and tag along. Or, go the roLearn MoreBy: CasadeeThis is so yummy and simply. It is a great option for a special Christmas Breakfast and a must have while camping. You can cook this by placing the Dutch oven inside of your oven or cooking it on top of a Camp Chef stove or even with coals. I would recommend 6-9 bottom coals and 12-15 top coals.More so this time of year than any other, family traditions come to light and help make the holidays something truly special. For some it’s time spent with one another other. Other’s it is about honoring memories with celebration or those quiet moments. For the Camp Chef family, we opt for the tradition of making good food and enjoying the company of friends, family, and co-workers.
The back strap. A delicious cut of meat. After all the hard work of bringing that game home, be sure to enjoy it well. Camp Chef offers the ultimate equipment when it comes to cooking food outdoors.
Venison back strap is a great cut of meat and when prepared the right way it's down right delicious. Here's a tasty way to prepare and enjoy your venison back strap. Scott Leysath is an expert
Big game hunting season is in full swing. If you've got a bunch of meat from one of your hunts, have you tried making burgers with it? Scott Leysath demonstrates how to grill venison burgers. As an expert chef, especially with wild game, Leysath shares a lot of great information about the whys and whats when making your own burgers and grilling on the grill.
Smokin Season '13
While meat smoking is beginning to gain traction as a year round event; the bulk of it continues to be done from September through the winter months. I believe this schedule to be left over traditions from the forefathers as they worked to preserve meat for the winter. A tradition that has stood the test of time virtually unnoticed.