Contributed by Laura Cromwell, Cabela’s Thanksgiving has a way of turning any American kitchen into a culinary battlefield. Scrambling to put together side dishes only to leave out a key ingredient, forgetting the dessert-destroying difference between a teaspoon and tablespoon are just a few of the ways Murphy’s Law can take over your holiday. Amidst

Have A Happy, Smoky Thanksgiving

Monday, 17 November 2014 by

The holiday season is among us, and there isn’t a better way to kick off this season than by delivering a gorgeous bird on Thanksgiving Day. Now, in many parts of the U.S. – and the world over – there are two things that generally embody these next 2 months: cool weather and tradition. Cool

By Blaine Kelton Summer marks the start of the BBQ season, and that means one food is ready to make a serious comeback into your weekly menu—Burgers. If you haven’t already busted out your grill this season to show of you outdoor culinary skills, you won’t be able to contain yourself after reading some of

Discovery’s New Show BOSS HOG

Friday, 11 April 2014 by

Discovery has announced what is sure to become an instant hit with their new show BOSS HOG. The show premiers today (April 11th) at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT and is packed full of entertainment that has really been developed for a wide audience. It’s a unique show that I think truly is a “one-of-a-kind” program and

Nontraditional Dutch Oven Cooking

Tuesday, 18 February 2014 by

We all know about the traditional Dutch oven recipes that are fantastic favorites at any campsite – peach cobbler, chili and egg bakes are perfect examples of easy recipes that should be on the menu for any Dutch oven chef. Although those are delicious, there are so many more uses for a Dutch oven that

Giving Thanks for Outdoor Cooking

Monday, 25 November 2013 by

November is here and that means one of the greatest days for both cooks and eaters – Thanksgiving! Although the typical Thanksgiving feast is done indoors in a crowded kitchen, full of family members frantically running around with cranberry sauce while juggling stuffing, green bean casserole and mashed potatoes it doesn’t need to be that

Gourmet Camp Cooking

Wednesday, 16 October 2013 by

We’ve covered the fun that can be had with camp cooking and using your Dutch oven along with some other camp cooking essentials. We’ve outlined the memories that are created with camp cooking and the delicious meals that a good camp cook can deliver. But wait – there’s more! Camp cooking doesn’t have to be

The American Royal

Wednesday, 25 September 2013 by

When someone thinks of competition barbecue, world championship barbecue and The World Series of Barbecue, three words should instantly come to mind – The American Royal. Located in the Barbecue Mecca of Kansas City, Missouri, The American Royal is without doubt the ultimate barbecue competition and event. The American Royal is to barbecue as what

Different Wood Equals Different Flavor

Friday, 20 September 2013 by

A quick introduction to what you are about to read – this article is not for the experienced pitmaster who expertly knows their way around the smoker and knows what wood to use for different flavor. This article is for the rest of us – those that love to spend a day smoking and barbecuing

Campfire cooking is sometimes thought of as one of the classic ways families and friends enjoy the outdoors. It’s hard to put into words the feeling of being outside with good company while surrounding the campfire and putting together meals that not only provide great tasting food but also great memories. With that said, it’s

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