Cast iron cooking has been a several hundred year tradition that often is passed down from one generation to the next. Cast iron itself, when well taken care of, can outlast two sometimes three owners. Even when it isn't well taken care of, because of its forgiving nature, it can be brought back and cook, bake, saute, grill, and more just like the day it was made.
If you love cooking outdoors then you probably own all the staples of a true outdoor chef: a portable grill, cast iron pans, a Dutch oven, and all the utensils--including a sharp set of knives--you need to prepare those fantastic breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. In this post, we will show you some simple grill maintenance tricks to keep your most important piece of equipment running smoothly throughout the year. When it comes to maintenance, your stove tops the list.
Submitted by Adam R.
Remerâs Frikân Chikân is a quick and easy recipe that packs a mouthful of flavor and kick. The best part about the recipe, aside from its awesome taste, is its versatility to be used to spice up any regular dish. So hang on and see what you can do with Remerâs Frikân Chikân.
Remerâs Frikân Chikân
- 3 Boneless, skinless chicken breasts
- Frankâs Hot Sauce or Frankâs Buffalo Sauce Butter
When we asked the employees what they would like for Valentineâs Day dinner, the most requested thing was BBQ ribs, a potato of some kind, bread and another side. The vote was that the Product Engineers choice was the best dinner here at Camp Chef, so we thought we would cook it up and share it with you all. This was all made in our cast iron cookware and it cooked to perfection!
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.
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