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It is time to make your back patio your go-to outdoor space. With fifteen different items to elevate your outdoor experience, you can truly make it your own. With items ranging from cooking, organization & seating, to entertainment, you will easily be able to entertain a few to a few dozen with ease.
There's finger food and there's finger food. This recipe for Steak Kabobs from the folks at Camp Chef is the later. Check out this great tasting recipe.
There is some food that no matter how close you are with your family or friends...you just don't want to share. This recipe for chicken wings from Camp Chef fits right in to that category. But, if you must share, you can easily make enough for a batch for you and a batch for everyone else. Ingredients for wings: •2 lbs chicken wings •2 tbsp olive oil •2 tsp brown sugar •2 tsp garlic powder •2 tsp chili powder •2 tsp smoked paprika •1 tsp onion powder •Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste Ingredients for dipping sauce: •1/3 cup roasted red pepper, chopped •2 oz goat cheese •2 tablespoons sour cream •¼ teaspoon salt Directions: Preheat smoker or oven to 425°F. Line a baking sheet with foil. In large bowl, combine wings, olive oil, brown sugar, garlic powder, chili powder, paprika, onion powder, salt and pepper, to taste. Mix until wings are coated. Place wings onto baking sheet and smoke/bake for 25 min, using tongs to turn halfway through. Make dipping sauce by combining roasted red pepper, goat cheese, sour cream and salt in the bowl of a food processor until creamed. Serve wings immediately with dipping sauce.
Paul Bunyan himself would enjoy a breakfast feast prepared on this item. Camp Chef's 16" and 20" Lumberjack Skillets are perfect for tackling a feast fit for even the biggest appetite. Steel skillet features deep-dish sides and a thin patina for easy, non-stick cooking. A wide handle gives extra stability and support to move the skillet as needed. Black, seasoned finish.
When using the Lumberjack Skillet, try holding it with your front palm resting under the handle and your other palm on the topside near the end of the handle.