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

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

Grilling With Beer!

Friday, 13 September 2013 by

When you read the title of this article, many may have thought, “I always will with beer! If I don’t have a beer either in my hands or within reach then I’m not grilling!” Although that’s an important part of grilling for many of us, there is more to grilling with beer than just sipping

by J. A. Young Many cooks would much prefer to brave the chilly air of December to keep the holiday cooking mess outdoors!  Cooking outdoors may seem like a novel idea to some, but you can actually prepare some very traditional holiday foods over the open flames of your fire pit or atop your charcoal

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