We recently did an Instagram post with this tip: “Folks, this is one of my #1 tips for cast iron and the reason a lot of folks have trouble with their seasoning! I don’t ever boil water in cast iron (soups, pasta, beans) because constantly boiling water causes the seasoning to release on the iron. For…

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So let’s face it, sometimes you just don’t want to make homemade bread. Maybe there’s not enough time, ingredients… or patience. Well folks, you’re in luck because Shan is sharing her easy trick for using frozen rolls and making them taste homemade!

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Perfect Steak

Have you ever gone to the grocery store looking for a perfect steak but you don’t know what to get? Hey, we’ve got some tips for you today on how to get the best one.  In this post we’re going to cover what to look for in a steak, questions to ask your butcher to…

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  I do like a smoked brisket, but I had to drag out my big smoker that takes up to 16 hours to get done. Well today we’re sharing a recipe for an easy smoked brisket, with a BONUS burnt ends, and we’re doing it all in 5 1/2 hours! 

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Folks, today we’re sharing a favorite dessert of ours is an old-fashioned chocolate cake with a buttercream icing. This is a great recipe to whip up anytime, but we’re also going to walk you through some tips for cooking this in a Dutch oven with coals. We want you to have faith that you can…

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Hey folks, you know grilling season is coming up so we’re going to give you some easy tips to make sure you get the most flavor and juiciness out of your steak. There are three main tricks that will give you the perfect steak so get the fire hot! #1 Buying Tips Grilling the perfect…

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Different kind of knives

Hey there! So, when it comes to knives, I think we can all agree that a dull knife is pretty much useless. I don’t want you to get caught with a dull knife so, I’ll be sharing my top tips and tricks on how to take care of your knives, keep them sharp, and make them…

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  I’m always looking for some cast iron that is really well made like the old Griswold or Wagner stuff.  But we recently opened up a new Field Company Skillet. I’m always hesitant about using new cast iron, because a lot of times it isn’t milled to a smooth finish and can be heavy. I’ll…

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When it comes to Dutch oven cooking, it’s very important to know how and where to place your coals. We’re cooking with hardwood charcoal or real wood, so we’ll walk through how to do that. Now, Dutch ovens don’t come with a knob, so a trivet is the knob equivalent in a Dutch oven, and…

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