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Camp Chef Pro 60X Two-Burner Stove

Camp Chef Pro 60X Two-Burner Stove

MODEL #: PRO60X
$199.99

MSRP: $239.99

Camp Chef Pro 90X Three-Burner Stove

Camp Chef Pro 90X Three-Burner Stove

MODEL #: PRO90X
$269.99

MSRP: $314.99

Bulk Tank Hose Adapter

Bulk Tank Hose Adapter

MODEL #: HRDSP
$21.99

MSRP: $27.49

Camp Chef Redwood Portable Propane Fire Pit

Camp Chef Redwood Portable Propane Fire Pit

MODEL #: GCLOGD
$129.99

MSRP: $167.99

Weston 36 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

Weston 36 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

MODEL #: 41-0301-W
$349.95

MSRP: $375.99

Weston 48 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

Weston 48 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

MODEL #: 41-0401-W
$449.95

MSRP: $475.99

Camp Chef Mountain Series Stryker 150 Propane Stove

Camp Chef Mountain Series Stryker 150 Propane Stove

MODEL #: MS150
$64.99

MSRP: $83.99

Weston 30 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

Weston 30 inch Outdoor Vertical Propane Smoker

MODEL #: 41-0701-W
$229.95

MSRP: $249.95

Camp Chef Monterey Propane Fire Pit

Camp Chef Monterey Propane Fire Pit

MODEL #: FP40
$349.99

MSRP: $497.99

PGXXL Shelf

PGXXL Shelf

MODEL #: PGXXLSH
$19.99
Camp Chef Outdoor Oven

Camp Chef Outdoor Oven

MODEL #: COVEN
$199.99

MSRP: $259.99

VersaTop Grill

VersaTop Grill

MODEL #: FTG250
$129.99

MSRP: $149.99

The Original Grill Gauge

The Original Grill Gauge

MODEL #: GG1100
$13.99

MSRP: $14.99

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 900

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 900

MODEL #: FTG900
$499.99

MSRP: $599.99

Viking Cylinders 17 lb Composite LP Tank - Black

Viking Cylinders 17 lb Composite LP Tank - Black

MODEL #: VC17R-OPD-BLK

$99.99

Reg Price: $119.99

MSRP: $139.99

Camp Chef One-Burner Multi-Fuel Stove

Camp Chef One-Burner Multi-Fuel Stove

MODEL #: BP138
$29.99

MSRP: $42.49

Deluxe Outdoor Oven

Deluxe Outdoor Oven

MODEL #: COVEND
$249.99

MSRP: $304.99

Camp Chef Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove

Camp Chef Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove

MODEL #: MS200
$79.99

MSRP: $104.99

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 475

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 475

MODEL #: FTG475
$249.99

MSRP: $299.99

Camp Chef Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove - King's Camo

Camp Chef Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove - King's Camo

MODEL #: MS200C
$84.99

MSRP: $109.99

Camp Chef Triton 5L Portable Water Heater

Camp Chef Triton 5L Portable Water Heater

MODEL #: HWD5
$139.99

MSRP: $239.99

Regulator Hose Set

Regulator Hose Set

MODEL #: HRL
$22.99

MSRP: $29.99

Camp Chef Teton 2 Burner Stove

Camp Chef Teton 2 Burner Stove

MODEL #: MS2
$59.99

MSRP: $78.99

Camp Chef Tailgater Combo

Camp Chef Tailgater Combo

MODEL #: EX60LWTG

$199.99

MSRP: $239.99

Camp Chef Yukon 2-Burner Stove Kit

Camp Chef Yukon 2-Burner Stove Kit

MODEL #: YK60LW-KIT

$263.65
Camp Chef Explorer 3X Three-Burner Stove

Camp Chef Explorer 3X Three-Burner Stove

MODEL #: EX90LW
$179.99

MSRP: $234.99

Camp Chef Tahoe 3-Burner Stove Kit

Camp Chef Tahoe 3-Burner Stove Kit

MODEL #: TB90LW-KIT

$335.65
Camp Chef Monterey Fire Table - Gray

Camp Chef Monterey Fire Table - Gray

MODEL #: FP40G
$349.99

MSRP: $497.99

Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven

Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven

MODEL #: PZ60
$129.99

MSRP: $172.99

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 600

Camp Chef Flat Top Grill 600

MODEL #: FTG600
$349.99

MSRP: $399.99

Reversible Pre-seasoned Cast Iron Griddle 16"

Reversible Pre-seasoned Cast Iron Griddle 16"

MODEL #: CGG16B
$34.99

MSRP: $46.49

Professional 14" x 16" Fry Griddle

Professional 14" x 16" Fry Griddle

MODEL #: SG30
$54.99

MSRP: $73.99

Professional 14" x 32" Fry Griddle

Professional 14" x 32" Fry Griddle

MODEL #: SG60
$99.99

MSRP: $129.99

VersaTop Carry Bag

VersaTop Carry Bag

MODEL #: CBFTG250
$21.49

MSRP: $26.99

Camp Chef Professional Grease Cup

Camp Chef Professional Grease Cup

MODEL #: SGCUP
$9.99

MSRP: $13.49

Camp Chef Professional 16" x 14" Fry Griddle

Camp Chef Professional 16" x 14" Fry Griddle

MODEL #: SG14
$49.99

MSRP: $68.49

Camp Chef Gas Fire Ring

Camp Chef Gas Fire Ring

MODEL #: GCLOG
$79.99

MSRP: $104.99

Camp Chef Big Gas Grill Two-Burner Stove with Griddle and BBQ Box

Camp Chef Big Gas Grill Two-Burner Stove with Griddle and BBQ Box

MODEL #: SPG60C
$279.99

MSRP: $279.99

Camp Chef Yukon Double Burner Stove

Camp Chef Yukon Double Burner Stove

MODEL #: YK60LW
$149.99

MSRP: $199.49

Professional 16" x 37" Fry Griddle

Professional 16" x 37" Fry Griddle

MODEL #: SG100
$123.99

MSRP: $162.99


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Gifts Fit For a King - A Father’s Day Gift Guide

Your dad has been there every step of the way.  He taught you to fish, to ride a bike, and to enjoy the great outdoors. Naturally he deserves a gift fit for a king. Give him a gift he’ll be proud to show off— something he’ll use for years to come. We’ve scoured the OutdoorCooking.com website to find the very best gifts for dad this Father’s Day.

ORIGINAL JERKY GUN JR., WESTON, $35.99

If you’re dad is a do it yourself kind of man then he’ll enjoy making his own jerky. This smaller junior jerky gun will be perfect for those dads just starting out. The simplistic design and 1-pound capacity jerky gun makes it easy to handle.  He’ll be making homemade jerky, snack sticks, and sausage links in no time.

SEQUOIA FIRE PIT, CAMP CHEF, $99.99

The Sequoia Fire Pit can be taken anywhere with the included carry bag. Make the most of family night by roasting marshmallows or hot dogs over the heat dispersing lava rocks. Just hook up your propane tank and let the night radiate in both warmth and laughter. 

SHERPA CAMP TABLE & ORGANIZER, CAMP CHEF, $102.00

We can’t get enough of the convenient Sherpa Camp Table. Not only does it pack nicely, but your dad gets extra storage space with the four removable storage bags/bins. Take it to the campsite, bring it tailgating, or set it up in dad's work shop—either way he will love the versatility.

STRYKER 200 MULTI FUEL STOVE - KING'S CAMO, CAMP CHEF, $104.99

In true royal fashion the King’s Camo Stryker 200 is the perfect gift for the dad who loves the outdoors. This compact stove runs conveniently on both propane and isobutane fuel sources.  He’ll haul around a mere 19.4-ounces and be able to cook up to 1.3-liters.  If your dad loves backpacking, wants to save on space, and still eat like a king—get the King’s Camo Stryker 200 Stove.

DOUBLE ZZ AIR MATTRESS, BIG AGNES, $109.95

We don’t know a dad who doesn’t value a good nights sleep.  Let’s keep it that way—even when he camps. The Double ZZ offers a 4-inch thick cloud-like air mattress for maximum comfort. He’ll be most impressed with how well he fits on the 25 x 78-inch mattress. With a speedy inflation/deflation time, dad will spend more time sleeping. It’s no wonder that Big Agnes takes sleeping seriously. 

6-TRAY FOOD DEHYDRATOR, WESTON, $129.99

The Weston food dehydrator line is a versatile gift that dad will love to add to his fleet. Easily make healthy snacks like dried fruits, banana chips, fruit-roll ups, and jerky.  He’ll be taking these snacks on his next hunting, camping, or road trip. The light-weight counter top design allows for an easy store. Plus, clean up is essentially non-existent.

BIG GAS GRILL 2X, CAMP CHEF, $199.99

Get the most out of your money by getting dad the Big Gas Grill 2X. The detachable legs allow for him to bring it on his next adventure. Whether he’s grilling burgers cheering for his favorite team or whipping up a mean breakfast at the campground—the Big Gas Grill is his new Big Gas best friend. 

BIG HOUSE 4 PERSON TENT, BIG AGNES, $299.95

Spend some quality time outdoors with dad this Father’s Day. Sleep comfortably in the durable—yet spacious—Big Agnes Big House Tent. Just how big is the Big House? The living space is 57-square feet with a height of 68-inches. While the tent can be used for three seasons the memories will last a life time. 

FLAT TOP GRILL 900, CAMP CHEF, $499.99

Dad will be the talk of the town with this massive flat top grill. The possibilities are endless with the flat top grill line by Camp Chef. The large 877-square inch griddle heats food evenly for a foolproof cook every time. Fire up a couple burners and feed the family or light up all six and cook for a crowd.

SMOKEPRO SG PELLET GRILL, CAMP CHEF, $749.99

All dads want a trusty smoker for their back patio. Give dad the sleek Bronze SmokePro SG Pellet Grill. New Slide and Grill Technology allows for dad to diversify his BBQ style by cooking with either direct or indirect heat flames. The larger hopper capacity means less time topping it off with pellets and more time cooking.  Add the BBQ Sear Box to help him extend the menu or get him a bag of his favorite pellets. This might be the tastiest gift on the list!

Which product is your dad getting this Father’s Day? Let us know in the comment section below!

Stryker vs. Jetboil

Avid backpackers! Rest easy knowing you don’t need to compromise on cooking while enjoying the great beyond. Whether you’re hiking in the heart of the Rockies or roughing it with the family on a low-key camping excursion—you need cooking equipment that’s reliable, portable, and practical. Finding a reputable brand that works within your budget and supports your lifestyle is easier than it sounds. Compare our best-selling Backpacking Stoves: Stryker Isobutane/Propane/Multi and Jetboil’s Joule Cooking System. 

Stryker 200 Multi-Fuel Stove

ONE IN THE SAME

Jetboil and the up and coming Stryker are two reputable products within the outdoor industry. Both stove systems provide the same basic duty—first and foremost—compact cooking. Furthermore, they both offer matchless ignition and a similar quick heat time, (fuel sold separately.) But let’s get down to the nitty gritty of the differences. 

Jetboil Joule Cooking System

THE DECIDING FACTOR

Plain and simple—Stryker Stoves are a cheaper and lightweight alternative to Jetboil’s Joule Cooking System. Save over $100 by purchasing the Stryker 150 Propane Stove oppose to the Joule Cooking System. While the Joule Cooking System holds 2.5-liters compared to Stryker’s 1.3-liter pot, you can expect a lighter overall weight when carrying a Stryker stove. We know that while backpacking you can’t always compromise on weight and space. Both the Stryker Isobutane 100 and Multi-Fuel Stoves weigh only 19.4-ounces compared to the Jetboil Joule Cooking System's hefty 28-ounce stove. Save almost 10-ounces of dead weight with a Stryker. 

Stryker offers two convenient fueling options for heating their compact stoves—isobutane and propane. Plus, assembly is nearly effortless. All components fit conveniently inside of the insulated pot, which can be carried in the included mesh bag. Easily add our favorite pot and fry pan accessory, compatible with all Stryker stoves with the purchases of the Pot Support Adapter. This is a universal feature Jetboil's Joule System has yet to adopt. 

MountainSeriesPot

It’s the 21st century and customization is key. No hiker, fisher, camper, or outdoor enthusiast is the same—and neither should their buying habits. Take control of your outdoor cooking experience by purchasing a portable stove that best suits your lifestyle. There's no question that Jetboil is a reputable brand in the back packing world. But, if you’re looking for a frugal, lightweight, dependable, and completely customizable option...the Stryker stove series offer a well-crafted alternative to Jetboil’s Joule Cooking System.

Which portable stove will you purchase? Let us know in the comment section below!

The Motherload - A Mother's Day Gift Guide

Mother’s Day is quickly approaching we want to make shopping for mom a breeze.  Introducing: The Motherload, a complete guide to purchasing the outdoor cooking items she really wants. Browse products for all budgets. If your mom is a walking, talking, cooking machine take into consideration our favorite Mother’s Day items this season. Handmade cards not included, but highly suggested for the “Awe” factor.

OUTDOOR COOKING GUIDE, CAMP CHEF, $9.99 Treat your mom to over 100 lip-smacking recipes. Author Marla Rawlings has an impressive background in outdoor cooking publications like The Beginner’s Guide to Dutch Ovens and Favorite Utah Pioneer Recipes.  Rawlings shares insiders tips and award winning recipes in her book, Outdoor Cooking Guide. Give the gift that will come full circle. 

WHIRLEY POP, WABASH VALLEY FARMS, $24.99 Any movie loving, butter craving, snack addicted mamas out there? This is the perfect all-in-one popcorn gift. Enjoy an authentic movie theater popcorn taste on your own stove.  Its all-inclusive packaging makes it easy to take camping with the family or cozy up for a movie night in. Wabash Valley Farms takes pride in their special Popping Oil and Secret Buttery Salt. Get this beautiful barn red pot and popcorn popping kit for the snack master in your life. 

14” CAST IRON SKILLET, CAMP CHEF, $27.99 If your mom doesn’t have cast iron in her kitchen, drop everything and buy this. Cast iron is the most practical cooking accessory on the market.  It can last a lifetime and works great cooking at high temperatures. Cook with ease at camp or in the kitchen.  Don’t be afraid to give her inspiration—we’ve seen everything from fluffy cinnamon rolls to a gooey Cheesy Reuben Pull Apart Bread.

PROFESSIONAL ALL-PURPOSE CANNING POT, CAMP CHEF, $47.00 Is your mom a canning queen? Chances are she needs a canning pot that offers more space. This aluminum canning pot holds 35-quarts—optimal for large quantity canning. Try utilizing the storage space within the pot by fitting nine, one-quart jars inside.  Don’t let the name fool you—the canning pot is great for cooking soup, corn, chili, seafood boils, and more. Let your cooking creations run wild!  

SEQUOIA FIRE PIT, CAMP CHEF, $99.99 It's not uncommon for moms to love the great outdoors but hate being cold. This portable fire pit travels easy and will be sure to keep the whole family toasty. Gone are the days of carrying bulky, heavy wood back to camp. The Sequoia hooks right up to your tank for a quick heat time—minus the mess. Score two roasting sticks and a carry case. Propane tank and s’mores ingredients not included!  

EXPLORER DOUBLE BURNER STOVE, CAMP CHEF, $99.99 The Explorer series was made for the adventure seeker who doesn’t want to compromise on taste. If your mother loves to be outdoors then the ever so versatile Doubler Burner Stove is perfect.  Expand the menu when tailgating or camping. She will love to mix and match other 14-inch Camp Chef products for a more extensive outdoor cooking experience. 

6-FOOT PICNIC TABLE, LIFETIME, $249.99 Some of the most cherished memories are created around the dinner table.  Give the gift of expanding your outdoor living space by adding a Lifetime Picnic Table to your backyard or patio.  Moms will love being able to spend more time with the family outside. You might even gain extra brownie points for Lifetime’s UV-protected high density durable polyethylene coat. Lifetime tables are low maintenance, easy to clean, and provide a flat storage option. 

COOLER 50, CAMP CHEF, $249.99 Has your family recently found themselves in need of a new cooler? Camp Chef produces some of the best coolers on the market, without the ridiculous price tag. Easily bring to the beach, campsite, or neighborhood cookout. Your ice stays ice for days—ideal for long overnight excursions. Every mom deserves an exceptional cooler, give her 50 extra liters of temperature controlled outdoor cooking storage.

MONTEREY PROPANE FIRE PIT, CAMP CHEF, $349.99 Mom will love adding a unique centerpiece to the family outdoor living space. The sleek design of the Monterey Propane Fire Pit will quickly become the focal point of the patio. Easily go from coffee table to s’more worthy flames in seconds with this elegant fire pit.

WOODWIND PELLET GRILL, CAMP CHEF, $699.99 Give the gift of grilling. The Woodwind Pellet Grill can do it all—smoke, braise, bake, and barbecue—the possibilities are endless. Mom can get creative by infusing her food with delicious hardwood pellet flavors like hickory and oak. Easily cook an entire meal on the Woodwind and clean up just as fast with Camp Chef’s patented Ash Kickin' Cleanout System.

Which product is your mom getting this Mother’s Day? Let us know in the comment section below!

Smoking Essentials

Are you new to the art of smoking? Are you ready to grow your arsenal of cooking gear and take your BBQ skills to the next level? Well, you're in luck.

Low and Slow Smoking for Beginners

For really good BBQ, you need two things: time and patience. In other words, the low and slow method. Cooking some meats at a lower temperature for a longer amount of time can produce incredible flavor and texture. We’re talking about fall-off-the-bone ribs and melt-in-your-mouth brisket. Tenderness like that comes from giving the tough connective tissue in your meat plenty of time to break down. What you’re left with can only be described as amazing.

Read on for our best tips on how to cook low and slow like a true pit master.

Be sure you have enough fuel

Double check that your pellet hopper has enough pellets or that your propane tank is full enough to last you through the cook. Some large cuts of meat like brisket or pork shoulder can take as long as 14 hours to cook—you don’t want to run out of fuel right in the middle of that time. You should plan to burn between ½ lb. and 1 lb. of pellets per hour of smoking on a temperature below 250° F (cold weather might increase pellet consumption). With an 18-pound capacity hopper on most pellet grills and a bulk propane tank for your smoke vault, you should have more than enough room for the pellets you need.

Don’t rush it

Like we mentioned above, some cuts require hours and hours to cook. The meal is well worth the wait, so you want to make sure you’ve given yourself plenty of time. There’s no rushing allowed when it comes to low-and-slow cooking. Just sit back, relax, and wait for the incredible results as a reward for your patience.

If you’re looking, you ain’t cooking

If the lid is lifted on your pellet grill or the door open on your smoker, you’re letting the heat out and, therefore, stalling the cook. It’s tempting to check on your meat, we get it. But you need to resist that temptation and keep the lid closed and insulated as well as you can. A consistent temperature is key in slow smoking.

Make the first hour count

Your meat will absorb the most smoke and develop its smoke ring during the first hour or so of the cook time. You want to make the most of this period. It helps to start with a cooler piece of meat (don’t bring it all the way to room temp) and spritz the meat’s surface occasionally to keep it moist. Both the colder temperature and the wet surface of the meat will attract more smoke molecules to stick to it.

Blue smoke is best

The color of smoke lets you know the size of its particles and how much light they absorb and reflect. You’re aiming for blue, almost clear smoke for the majority of your cooking time. This type of smoke has the smallest particles and provides the best flavor. Black smoke, on the other hand, carries large particles and can often leave an acrid taste behind. White smoke is somewhere in between.

You can change the type of smoke your pellet grill is producing by opening the chimney and allowing more oxygen to reach the fire pot of your pellet grill. An oxygen-starved fire will give off black smoke; an oxygen-rich fire will give you that blue smoke you want.

What are your favorite tips for low and slow smoking? It’s an art form as much as it is a cooking method. Let us know your expert tricks in the comments below, then check out our collection of pellet grills to start smoking on your own back patio.

14 Camp Cooking Tips You Need to Try

Most of us go camping to escape the stress of the daily grind. It's a break from the pace of day-to-day life and a chance to relax in the peace of nature. However, campsite cooking can sometimes bring its own set of headaches. Limited food options, a lack of cooking gear, and the hassle of trying to prep food in the wilderness could quickly turn your camping trip from a vacation into a nightmare. But that's why we've come up with this list. Gone are the days of cheap hot dogs on roasting sticks. Follow our camp cooking tips below, and enjoy a delicious camping trip.

  1. Plan your meals ahead of time. This is usually a no-brainer, but it's worth mentioning. Measuring ingredients and packing items specific to each meal together can save a lot of time. Use zip-lock bags to keep dry ingredients dry and wet ingredients from leaking.
  2. Freeze your meat. This is two-fold tip. First, the meat will keep longer, which is perfect if you're camping for more than one night. This mean you won't have to eat all the meat on day one to keep it from going bad. Take fresh meat for the first day and frozen meat for the following days. Second, the frozen meat is a great way to help keep the temperature down in your cooler.
  3. Always keep a supply of aluminum foil. Just a good idea. Aluminum foil can keep food warm, cover food for later use, or provide a method of cooking over the open fire. It's a must-have for campsite cooking.
  4. Use heavy-duty aluminum bags. These are great for quick and easy cooking. They take almost no room at all and allow you to mix your meat and vegetables together. Aluminum bags can be used to cook on a camp stove, oven, or over the fire, which keeps your cooking options open. Also, clean-up is very easy.
  5. Chop your meat and vegetables before you leave. Prepping food at the campsite can be a pain. Doing all the work at home will save a huge amount of time and help avoid the mess at camp. Chopped meat and vegetables should be stored in plastic bags as mentioned above. This will avoid contamination and keep your vegetables nice and dry.
  6. Dutch Oven Cooking Over Fire
  7. Select and take only the cookware you plan to use. By doing this you can make sure that you dont forget important pots, pans, skillets, grills, or whatever you use to cook with. Keeping your cookware down to only what you need will save space and time when it comes to mealtime. We recommend bringing a cast iron skillet or Dutch oven as your go-to cookware. Cast iron is incredibly durable and versatile, so you can easily use one dish for all three meals.
  8. Heat your cleaning water while you eat. Once you have completed the meal, fill a hot water pot with water and start it warming on your camp stove or over the fire. This way you won't have to wait for it to warm up for cleaning after your meal.
  9. Put everything you can into squeeze bottles. Pancake batter, scrambled eggs, condiments, oils, dressings—you name it. Putting these foods into squeeze bottles will save you from using extra utensils and make cooking much easier. Plus, if the bottle ever gets cold, you can simply place it in a pan of warm water. No squeeze bottles lying around the house? You can also use disposable water bottles instead.
  10. Test your camp stove before you leave. Really, nothing can be worse than finally getting to your destination with a bunch of travel-weary people who are ready to eat and then discovering that your stove won't light. Make sure your stove is clean and that your propane tanks are full (or full enough). Need a reliable camp stove? Check out the Pro 60X or the Pro 90X.
  11. Coat the outside of pots and pans with dish soap before cooking. This helps immensely with clean up. Any food on the outside of the pan simply falls right off when you wash it. Just make sure you don't apply any soap on the surfaces you'll be cooking on—that wouldn't taste great. All you need is a thin layer.
  12. Keep food locked up. Nobody wants animals picking through their food, especially bears. Either keep your food in a chuck box, high in a tree, or in your vehicle. This will protect you and your family, as well as the local wildlife.
  13. Always cover food while cooking. Covering pots and pans will not only keep insects out of your food, but it will also help your meals cook faster. This can also save you space on packing, as you won't need to bring the lids to all your cookware pieces.
  14. Use a little cooking oil on the camp grill. Natural cooking oil will keep your food from sticking to your grill and help keep your cast iron seasoned. Plus, it will keep clean-up to a minimum by preventing a bunch of burnt-on food.
  15. Try cooking with your Dutch oven on your camp stove. Dutch ovens aren't only for over-fire cooking or charcoal briquettes. They're also great for stoves with a heat diffuser plate. You don't have to wait for charcoal to heat up, there's no ash to clean up, and you have total control of the heat output. For breads and other recipes that need a little extra heat from the top, try a Dutch oven cover to create convection circulation.
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