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The Wild Game Grilling Guide

Wednesday, May 27 2015 9:48 am - for Outdoor Cooking
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Bottles clank as the cooler lid creaks open. Laughter is intertwined with the rumble of a distant lawn mower.  A warm breeze carries the scent of glowing charcoal across the…
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Don’t let all the fuel options and soaking liquids scare you away from smoking meats, veggies and cheese. Keep a few simple guidelines in mind as you mix and match…
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Grilling is an ideal way to sear in juices and capture the distinctive flavor of each type of fish, including freshwater species such as catfish, salmon, trout, walleye and crappie,…
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There's nothing like a meal prepared outdoors. Unfortunately, we can't always have a shore lunch or a campfire-cooked meal but for me, my backyard grill satisfies my needs for outdoor…
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Food never tastes better than when cooked outdoors. And nothing quite highlights a fun campout like favored foods prepared using special outdoor cooking methods.         Modern camp cooking can…
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Aluminum foil is the outdoorsman's "kitchen in a pocket." Using foil allows the camp cook to dispense with carrying and cleaning heavy, bulky cookware. Stick a flattened roll in your…
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Spit roasting is the oldest method of cooking known to man. It's easy to imagine an early American squatting by an open fire, turning a hunk of spitted meat over…
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Easy Camp Cookery

Friday, October 04 2013 1:00 am - for Outdoor Cooking
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Food never tastes better than when cooked outdoors. And nothing quite highlights a fun campout like your favorite foods prepared using special outdoor cooking methods.       Modern camp…
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Killer Camp Meals

Monday, September 09 2013 1:00 pm - for Outdoor Cooking
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Archaeologists and kindred kind believe that the use of tools became the turning point for the development of the human line of animals. I thoroughly disagree. When one considers the…
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Dutch Oven Cooking

Monday, September 02 2013 4:00 pm - for Outdoor Cooking
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I learned Dutch oven cooking from a Scoutmaster named Gene Reddick. Gene had a magical way with one of these versatile utensils, baking some of the most delicious cobblers, cakes…
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