Gather 'Round the Campfire
By Guy Perkins
Join us for a column on outdoor cooking by Guy Perkins of Camp Chef.
You never go hungry in Guy's camp and he has a wealth of knowledge about outdoor cooking. Camp Chef, located in Logan, UT has always been a great supporter of traditional archery, so please take a look at their products when shopping for cast iron or outdoor cookware.
So, what does a traditional bowhunter do at the end of the bow season for big game when the cottontail rabbit numbers crash? Hunt ducks! What else?
With the uncertainty of processed foods lately, there seems to be more interest in the process of canning, or as we call it, bottling. This is a great way to tame those tough cuts of venison to be used later for chili, stew or sandwiches
Grilling season is just around the corner, and nothing tastes better than fresh corn on the cob. As a kid I liked corn on the cob, but I didn't (and still don't) like the chore of huskin
Spring is just around the corner, and Archery Golf is a great way to stretch your legs and bow limbs. The basic idea is to set up target "pucks" at different distances with surrounding haz
On The Level
Outdoor cooking is easy and fun. The whole idea is to throw a few items into the Dutch oven, cover it, and come back later to a perfectly cooked dish. However, there is nothing worse than opening