The Fourth of July is the pinnacle of the outdoor cooking season. It’s a national holiday, a day off work for many, and a good excuse to fire up the grill (or smoker, or fire pit, or campfire…). There are … Continue reading
One of the things that draws me to outdoor cooking is the immense history of it. A long time ago, some wild beast ended up on a fire and it was good. Ever since, we’ve been trying new things to … Continue reading
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I thought something fried would be nice to eat while watching the Super Bowl a couple of weeks ago. I looked through the refrigerator and saw a kielbasa, actually a Hillshire Farms smoked chicken sausage, but either way… My first … Continue reading
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One of the biggest things that prevents people from going camping is how long it takes to prepare for a trip. One way to cut down this time is to make yourself a camping chuck box. A chuck box, also … Continue reading
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Cast Iron Skillet Apple Crisp can be made in an oven or on a grill over medium indirect heat with the lid closed. Ingredients: Filling: About 6 medium-sized apples — peeled, cored, and diced 1/4 cup of apple cider (or … Continue reading