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Camp Chef Pro 60X Two-Burner Stove: Review

For some people, the best part of camping is cooking outdoors. There’s just something about it. Cracking an egg into a cast iron skillet with the sun coming up on a crisp morning is about as good as it gets. ...

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Dometic CFX 35W : Review

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Just like you, I’ve been using coolers my entire life. They were pretty much the same for a long time, and then roto-molded coolers came along. They increased the ice retention times by more than double and became one of the ...

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Oxx CoffeeBoxx : The Best Reason To Book An Electric Campsite

If you travel by RV or camper – or are the type of tent camper that often finds themselves staying overnight at electrical campsites – the Oxx CoffeeBoxx might be the best caffeine delivery mechanism since the perculator. We recently ...

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Blackstone 17 Inch Table Top Griddle : Review

Roll into your campsite. Open the hatch on your vehicle. Take out the Blackstone 17 inch Table Top Griddle – you wisely packed last to retrieve first – and place it on the end of the picnic table. Hook up ...

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Knob Where You Need It : Review

The Knob Where You Need It is a clever device indeed. Did you ever feel as though part of the job description to be a “backyard grill master” requires you be double-jointed? It sure seems that way when you have ...

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Fynx Campfire Cone Fork : Review

The Fynx Campfire Cone Fork can handle appetizers, main course, and dessert. We’ve been carving sticks and roasting things over the fire for as long as we’ve had fires. Roasting sticks are nostalgic, but they’re also limited to hotdogs and ...

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EcoZoom Dura Rocket Stove : Review

Cook a meal with a handful of twigs on the EcoZoom Dura. Rocket stoves are efficient by design but tend to run hot. They are in fact so hot that they can be unsafe. The EcoZoom Dura solves this issue ...

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Gear You Need for Winter Grilling

Winter grilling is a right of passage for real outdoor cooks.

The passion for great food cooked outdoors knows no bounds … at least ones set by the thermometer, barometer, or anemometer! Winter grilling is an outdoor cook’s right of passage, but getting the job done is always easier when you ...

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How To Clean, Care For Cast Iron Cookware

How To Clean Your Cast Iron Cooking–The Straight Truth Cleaning & Care If you want to experience information overload, just Google “cleaning cast iron cookware.” You will find so many conflicting ideas and theories you might just say “Forget it!” and ...

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Our Favorite Water Filter For Road Tripping

Bottled water is expensive and unnecessary. However, on a road trip, people buy it because there frankly aren’t any other options. What are you going to do? Shove your head under the bathroom faucet? Trust the public well water on ...

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