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Summer of 2013 has been a busy one for Camp Chef in unveiling new products. Earlier this summer we announced out new Italia Artisan Pizza Oven accessories.
The envy of most backyard chefs is that of a food smoker. Thereâs just something about having a smoker that upâs your backyard cooking game. For most though, adding a food smoker to the outdoor kitchen hasnât happened yet. So, what do you do in the mean time when you want that smokey flavor but donât want to go to the store and buy smoked foods or use liquid smoke? Well, if you have a bbq grill box, youâre already on the path.
New products are always a fun thing to see arrive here at Camp Chef. There always seem to be awesome new goodies coming in for us to start cooking on. This month is no different with two new products already now released and still more really exciting ones to come. Keep your eyes peeled towards the end of the month. Here's a hint: a new smoker and pizza oven. Get excited!
People who camp with me always remark on one thing; we eat very well. Camping is my time to really go all out for feeding the masses. From grilling wild game over an open fire, to baking in a Dutch oven, I really enjoy preparing meals that really only can be cooked in the outdoors.
Out of all the waterfowl I lean to liking the tasty Teal. A puddle duck that prefers shallow water for feeding purposes and who flyâs just shy of the speed of sound, they are often hard to come by. There are three that Iâm aware of; Cinnamon, Green and Blue wing, Blue wing are the larger of the species. Iâve not tasted a Cinnamon but have noticed no difference in flavor between the Green and Blue.
My family loves chili. Well, my husband loves chili. It seems that every time I make chili, it is different! Sometimes spicy, 2 or 3 bean, crockpot, etc. It always changes and I am always using new recipes. Lucky for me, he doesn’t complain!
I found this recipe in my “wartime helps” booklet:
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