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.
Several times a year, Tommy Gomes of Catalina Offshore Products gets some of the best chefs of the region, and puts on an event like none other.
Taylor Boyd, of Snowboard, packs up his gear, gathers his friends, and hits the road for quite the roadtrip.
For the past two decades, Scott and Deenna Tolentino have run the Cisco Disco. This annual fish event brings in hundreds of people. Attendees are there not only for the cisco, of which nearly 500 were caught this year, but they’re there for the beer dough scones, hot chocolate and friendship.
Cheering your team on to the win is important, but so is having food to fuel you to the fourth quarter with 10 seconds left on the clock and your team has the ball with 5 yards to go.
Michael Largent, owner of TreeLineBackpacker, recently reviewed our Camp Chef Everest High Pressure Two-Burner Stove.