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.
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.
Michael Largent, owner of TreeLineBackpacker, recently reviewed our Camp Chef Everest High Pressure Two-Burner Stove.
Versatile might as well be the Camp Chef Camp Oven’s middle name. It would certainly fit. Whether you use it while camping, or at home—who wouldn’t love to keep the heat out of the house in the summer, and for additional cooking space during the holidays—or for your emergency preparedness gear, this oven will deliver every time.
Canning is a method of food preservation that has been around for nearly 400 years. In recent years, more and more people are canning fruit, jams, jellies, meats, and more. For many, canning has been an at-home tradition and is a way of life.
It’s kind of hard to believe that some of the food we make in our cast iron cookware can actually rob the cast iron of it’s seasoned finish. Professional Chef and host of TV’s ‘Hunt Fish Cook’ explains which types of foods are the worst offenders and how we can remedy the problem.
Professional chef and host of TV’s ‘Hunt Fish Cook’, Scott Leysath knows a little bit about cooking. So when asked what he prefers to use when cooking it’s no surprise that his answer is cast iron. Here’s a quick little video where Scott details why he chooses cast iron.