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Dutch Oven 2011

Another year, another IDOS Cast Iron Chef’s challenge. Each year that each chef is a part of the challenge, Camp Chef donates a gift for each of us.  This year we recieved a 10 inch dutch oven . . . Thank You Camp Chef!  Much like the “Iron Chef’s” challenges we were given secret ingredients, this year: Coconut Rum, Nutella…

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Countdown to Thanksgiving Day 4 – Turkey

Here are a few tips on what to look for when cooking a Turkey! The 5 most common questions that I have heard over the years. Question #1 – How long does it take to thaw my Turkey? The best way to thaw your turkey is in the refridgerator, so that it stays in a climate…

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Week 7 Fruits and Vegetables Part 4

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of our diets and dishes.  They add, color flavor and lots of nutrients to everything we cook.  This week we will talk about Pineapple and Citrus Fruits. Citrus Fruits [jwplayer mediaid=”826″] Citrus Fruits are extremely healthy and contain lots of asorbic acid (vitamin C) which helps you immune…

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Week 6 – Fruits and Vegetables Part 3

Fruits and vegetables are an essential part of our diets and dishes.  They add, color flavor and lots of nutrients to everything we cook.  This week we will talk about Celery, Carrots and other Root Vegetables as well as Green Beans. Watch the Videos [jwplayer mediaid=”824″] Want a great Carrot Recipe? Glazed Carrots & Cinnamon…

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Peppers, The First Timer's Guide

 Peppers!!!!  The First Timers Guide Peppers are generally either loved or hated, especially if they’re hot!  I have met people who would not even eat in our restaurants if we did not have something with some “kick,” as well as those who would not eat there because it is too hot. Chili’s are great for adding another…

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