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Cast Iron Corn Bread Slice Pan

MODEL #: CIWP9
$23.99

Cast Iron Western Corn Bread Pan

MODEL #: CICC6
$21.49

Cast Iron Corn Pan

MODEL #: CICB7
$19.99

Cast Iron Fish Pan

MODEL #: CIPP5
$21.49

Pocket Puff Iron

MODEL #: SPP5
$24.99

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  • Cook's Illustrated Recommends 12" Cast Iron Skillet

    The Camp Chef 12” Cast Iron Skillet was tested and approved for recommendation by America’s Test Kitchen as published in the June 2015 Issue of Cook’s Illustrated. Click here to read the full review from America's Test Kitchen in the June 2015 edition of Cook's Illustrated.
  • Chocolate French Toast

    Time for a new twist on traditional french toast. This recipe is courtesy of Cee Dub and is sure to please everyone...especially the kids.

    Ingredients:

    • Loaf of french bread
    • 8 eggs
    • 1/3 cup of chocolate milk
    • 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
    • Corn Flakes

    Directions:

  • Corned Beef Breakfast Hash

    For a traditional St. Patrick's Day recipe, nothing beats a meal made with corned beef. Check out this recipe for a great tasting hash.

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  • Dutch Oven Enchilada Casserole

    Since the launch of the Square Dutch Oven, we have had folks ask us about not only using it for cooking and what to cook, but using it on one of our stoves. So, to that end we have a great recipe that is full of flavor, easy to make, and the best part, doesn't require a lot of time to prepare or cook.

     

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  • Propane Popcorn

    Makes one wonder who and how this popcorn thing got going. And like with many things….some tradition with time and innovation were lost with it. Not all good and not all bad….however. Microwave popcorn……Hmmmm my verdict is still out.
  • It's All About the Heat

    Go ahead…”unburn” it. If it is undercooked…you can save it. Burn it, you can lie and call it “Cajun style” or you can scrape the toast. But beyond that…it’s over. Even or uneven heat, which is best? Well the answer is………it depends.

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