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Chocolate Orange Cake

The Orange Cake is Conquered

By: Saffron | February 27, 2018

How can youth across the world proclaim to be cooking and enjoying these orange cakes , yet I couldn’t get it to work! My Chocolate Orange Cake journey to perfection.

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These are my dad's Father's Day favorites...

Corned Beef Stew
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Corned Beef Stew

Corn Beef Stew is a kick back to the second world war when people lived off of simple rations. Now it is a go-to camp recipe for the same simple attributes.

Tom By: Tom

4 People

20 min 00:20

Smoked Prime Rib
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Smoked Prime Rib

Prime Rib is slathered in a seasoned butter then slowly Smoked whole before being sliced to serve in a flavorsome way to cook this beautiful cut of beef.

Hogtail By: Hogtail

6 People

18 hours 18:00

Easy Campfire French Toast 1
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Easy Campfire French Toast

French Toast is easy to prepare over the campfire and provides a warm and filling breakfast. Bring along your favorite condiments, like maple syrup or powdered sugar, or serve the toast with freshly picked blackberries.

Ali By: Ali

6 People

16 min 00:16

Explore Methods to Lay and Light Cooking Fires

Altar Fire

By: Saffron | February 24, 2017

The Altar Fire is a fire built on a structure raising off the ground to avoid surfaces like marshes. Once built the fire burns and is cooked on like normal.

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Reflector Fire

By: Saffron | February 24, 2017

The Reflector Fire design is primarily a fire with a wall to reflect back heat, although mainly used in survival, it is also known for cooking baked goods.

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Indian Star Fire

By: Saffron | February 24, 2017

Indian Star Fires are often associated with the Wild West being the cliche fire in cowboy moves with a pot of beans boiling over it. Good when limited wood.

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Swedish Log Fire

Swedish Log Fire

By: Saffron | June 15, 2017

The Swedish Log Fire comes from the German name ‘Schweden Fackel’. It’s a log carefully cut to allow oxygen in, thus becoming a self sustaining cooking fire

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Latest Recipes

Beef Tenderloin with Chimichurri
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Beef Tenderloin with Chimichurri on Toasted French Bread

Beef Tenderloin is seared and smoked, then sliced and placed on top of Toasted French Bread and drizzled with Chimichurri. This is an impressive appetizer or first course to serve at your next gathering.

Hogtail By: Hogtail

8 People

1 hour 25 min 01:25

Grilled Bacon Wrapped Green Beans
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Bacon Wrapped Green Beans

Grilling vegetables all alone just doesn’t seem right, so as all ways the solution is wrapping it in Bacon. These Green Beans also get a boost from a simple glaze.

Joey Machado By: Joey Machado

6 People

30 min 00:30

Korean Grilled Chicken Wings
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Grilled Korean Barbecue Wings

Kick up your next game day barbecue with Grilled Korean Barbecue Wings. Sweet, spicy, and irresistible, your friends will love snacking on these while watching the game.

Joey Machado By: Joey Machado

4 to 6 People

13 hours 15 min 13:15

Glazed Salmon
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Salmon Fillets with Asian BBQ Glaze

Chargrilled salmon fillets are topped with a homemade hoisin and BBQ glaze, for a sweet and tangy flavor. Sprinkled with sesame seeds and green onions, this dish looks as good as it tastes.

Joey Machado By: Joey Machado

4 People

25 min 00:25