Category Archives for "Camp Fire Cooking"
I love cast iron, in fact my everyday cookware is an odd collection of skillets and Dutch ovens. I enjoy the versatility that their oven and grill proof and easy to take care of as well as inexpensive. Some of the new artisanal cast iron can get pricey, but for the most part plain old […]Continue reading
Awww yes, the infamous flowerpot smoker. A few years back a much-respected TV show host did some great shows on BBQ, in one of those episodes he took a few terra cotta flowerpots and made a great DIY Kamado smoker. I’m going to stop here and talk about the word Kamado. Kamado is a Japanese […]Continue reading
In the world of BBQ and grilling it’s not too often that you can say “now that’s new”. For the most part, there is not much that hasn’t been done by someone somewhere. Then I saw this little grill, the GoBQ. I need to give a thank you to my fellow Amazing Ribs Pit […]Continue reading
Cassoulet is like the French’s version of Pork and Beans. It’s a rustic, peasant dish, that is pure comfort food. Cassoulet (named for the casserole dish it cooks in) is often made with meat (pork, mutton, duck…) and pork skins and white beans. I’ve adapted this classic French dish for the grill, using Smithfield Applewood […]Continue reading
Roasting pumpkins in hot coals is a fun way to cook veggies- I imagine this is the way our ancestors did it before they had ovens! Most people think of pumpkin pie when they think of this iconic fall squash. But in this recipe it makes for a wonderful salad, roasted in coals and served […]Continue reading
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