For years, the main focus of Covey Rise has been celebrating “the lifestyle of the upland sporting enthusiast“. Most recently, Covey Rise writer Miles Demott and photographer Terry Allen spent some time with Scott Leysath, The Sporting Chef. Click an image below to read the article ‘Sporting…Read More
Three days. 11 teams. Nearly 100 recipes. Hundreds of pounds of cast iron. And only one champion.
Camp Chef, an industry leading producer of outdoor cooking equipment, is pleased to announce the new SmokePro BBQ Sear Box as an attachment accessory for the pellet grill line. This BBQ Sear Box now gives Camp Chef SmokePro pellet grill users the opportunity to sear at high temperatures.
Searing and smoking. Now we have combined the best of both worlds! Finally you can get a true sear on your steaks after infusing them with your favorite smoky hardwood flavor. Our new BBQ Sear Box mounts to the side of your Camp Chef SmokePro pellet grill, and reaches temperatures up to 900°F for true, crisp sear marks in seconds! Watch the video below to learn more about the BBQ Sear Box.
Two of the most popular cooking techniques for the back patio and arguably the most satisfying are rapid searing and, low and slow smoking. Both are great methods to savory spring time grilling.
Do you know how many national parks there are? 409. Yep, there are 409 national parks…
Getting the most from your Camp Chef cooler is a must. What you don’t want to have happen is be two days in to your trip and have warm drinks and spoiled food. These tips will help prevent both and make your trip a bit more worry-free and enjoyable.
This was the final of four sets like this. Pushing 50 pounds of grind (pick up a bag of dog food next time your in a store and you’ll get it). A combination of mostly elk, deer then a bit of antelope, strung out with four pounds of bacon ends mixed in.