Texsport Rotisserie Grill and Spit

Texsport Rotisserie Grill and Spit

Texsport Rotisserie Grill and Spit Review While I prefer the battery operated rotisserie for cooking chickens and roasts, the Texsport Rotisserie Grill and Spit has also been in my camping gear for several years. This is an excellent choice if you want versatility in your camping and cooking gear. Not only can it be used […]

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Dutch Oven With Lid

Dutch Oven With Lid

Dutch Oven With Lid For Camping A Dutch oven with lid is a must for lots of camping recipes and the reason they make my recommended product list is because they are so much fun to use. They are also extremely versatile and can be used for anything from baking bread to stewing up your favorite […]

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Battery Operated Rotisserie

Battery Operated Rotisserie

Rotisserie For Fire Pits I love this rotisserie and list it first on my recommended products because it is so much fun to use. This is the best thing for cooking meat over a campfire since the cast iron itself was invented. If you want to roast a chicken or make a campfire prime rib then […]

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French Chicken Casserole Recipe

French Chicken Casserole Recipe

There’s something about classic country style French cooking which is so simple and intuitive that it’s easy to learn how to create tasty, flavourful dishes. Like this chicken casserole recipe, the ingredients are straight forward and once learned can…

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Easy Cherry Clafoutis: Make A Country Style Sweet Treat

Easy Cherry Clafoutis: Make A Country Style Sweet Treat

An authentic and  easy cherry clafoutis is made with sour cherries but being a regional , country style sweet treat, this versatile dessert can also be made with pears, plums and to prove a point - even peaches and blueberries! Clafoutis, which…

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Easy Rabbit Stew Recipe

Easy Rabbit Stew Recipe

Basically, it’s an easy rabbit stew recipe but at home we call it a Civet de Lapin . My great-grandmother was a first rate chef when it came to game meats of all types but this was her forte – especially when prepared as pâté. Tonight’s…

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Pulled Pork Tacos

Pulled Pork Tacos

We found some pork ribs in the freezer on a cold morning last week and decided to “slow-cooker” them, as one of my mom’s friends says, all day. We kept them moist with beer and they turned out beautiful. The meat fell right off the bone and it totally…

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Old Fashioned Rhubarb Pie: Sweet Treat

Old Fashioned Rhubarb Pie: Sweet Treat

Old Fashioned Rhubarb Pie – This is my take on Chef House ‘s yummy quick homestyle rhubarb pie . I knew this day was coming. Rooster Pie Plate There are times when I think the DH does listen to what I say – or at least is very selective…

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Tomato Pesto Bites

Tomato Pesto Bites

  I love popping a scrumptious biteful of something into my mouth. Finger foods are so much fun! Sometimes I daydream about what it must be like to have a butler wandering around my home, offering me a tray filled with delicious finger foods. He…

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Lemon Poppy Seeds Baked Doughnuts

Lemon Poppy Seeds Baked Doughnuts

One of my favorite cakes, is the lemon poppy seed cake. I love the contrast of the citrus with the nutty flavor of the poppy seeds. A couple of weeks ago, I started using again my doughnut pan, for the chai doughnuts , so I decided to do some donuts…

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