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  • Smoked Pumpkin Seeds

    Are you getting ready to carve your pumpkins this weekend? Whether you're cutting out triangle eyes and a toothy grin or creating a work of gourd art, there's a treasure trove waiting inside the pumpkin: seeds. Roasted pumpkin seeds are one of the easiest Halloween treats out there, and there are so many flavors you can try. But did you ever consider smoking your pumpkin seeds on your pellet grill? You can fit tons of seeds inside a pellet grill, and it keeps the whole mess of carving, gutting, and roasting outside instead of on your kitchen floor. We have both sweet and savory seed recipes for you to try on your wood smoker this weekend.

    Cinnamon Sugar Pumpkin Seeds

    You'll need...

    • -1 & 1/2 cups pumpkin seeds
    • -3 T salted butter
    • -1 t cinnamon
    • -2 T white sugar

      Heat your pellet grill to 300° F. Melt the butter, add cinnamon and sugar, and pour into a bag. Pour your pumpkin seeds into the bag with the mixture then toss to coat each seed. Lay them out on a greased baking sheet, and bake for about 40 minutes. Keep an eye on your pumpkin seeds while they bake to be sure you don't overcook them.

    Kickin' BBQ Pumpkin Seeds

    You'll need...

      Heat your pellet grill to 300° F. Melt the butter and coat the seeds in it. Lay the seeds on a lightly greased baking sheet and sprinkle the rub on top. Move the seeds around the sheet to coat them completely. Bake for about 40 minutes. Keep an eye on your pumpkin seeds while they bake to be sure you don't overcook them.

  • 2015 Gear Guide

    2015 is the year of accomplishing your goals. Whether to achieve that goal in one month or six months from now, this is the year to go for it. The key to making those goals a bit easier to attain is having the right gear. Whether it be spending more quality time with family and friends, or staying warm on a cold spring night watching the stars, our 2015 Gear Guide will help.
  • Gourmet Camping with Campfire Brie

    Cooke's Frontier has come up with another great recipe to up your standard of food at the camp ground in the back woods or for enjoying the back patio. We hope you enjoy her process of having brie cheese and crackers with a bit of a camping flare.
  • How-to: Very Berry & Cherry Cobbler

    Charley of Cooke's Frontier has been at it again. This time she has a recipe and how-to to satisfy your sweet tooth. Few things in life can beat a solid recipe for a cobbler. Now we just need to find some ice cream to go along with this cobbler recipe because this going in the "try this soon" recipe box.
  • How-to: Dutch Oven Biscuits

    Cooke's Frontier cooked up some great stuff with their Camp Chef Dutch Oven and charcoal lighter basket. What's better than a recipe for some stellar Dutch oven biscuits? Below is the directions on the cook method and at the bottom is the recipe for the biscuits. Enjoy!
  • How-to make Baked Scalloped Potato and Tomato Gratin

    Chef Gary House over at has come up with another great, easy, and tasty recipe. He has combined the goodness of potatoes and tomatoes all into one dish perfect for the main course or as a side dish to his Salt Crusted Prime Rib recipe. Whether you're making this as a stand-alone recipe or part of a full meal, we have no doubt that your mouth and stomach will enjoy it.

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