Loaded Huevos Rancheros Nachos for breakfast, lunch and dinner! I love huevos rancheros and was excited to make a nachos version. Really, turning any dish into a nachos dish sounds like a win to me! I seasoned up some pulled chicken and baked these nachos in a cast iron over the fire. They were super […]
Since I was a little kid, my dad has been obsessed with Huevos Rancheros. During this time of year, we love to make big batches of it for the family. Here is my twist on that classic with this Southwestern Breakfast Skillet. Seasoned the potatoes with my Southwest Chili Rub (formerly Hatch Chile) from Spiceology, […]
Spending time with family is the true reason for the season. This year, I have gotten to spend a ton more time with my dad cooking outside. He is the original griller in my family. Having him cook with me is always so fun, because he tends to show me little tips and tricks that […]
Having a great flavor on a steak is one of the main things I look for when I cook over fire. When you have a standard cut of meat like flat iron steak, you will try anything to enhance its flavor. There are tons of ways to achieve this like basting, seasoning, smoking or marinating. […]
Breakfast with camping and RVing should be easy, but sometimes it’s difficult. The problem is not because there is nothing to eat, but because there are way too many good options. So why not just make them into one skillet like my new Chorizo Sweet Potato Hash? Sponsored by GoRVing The […]
There is only one way to wake up… And that is with a huge skillet full of eggs, potatoes and cheese. Time to check out my new Campfire Breakfast Skillet for those that crave fire cooked food in the morning. Jam packed with tons of veggies, potatoes, sausage, eggs and more! This breakfast skillet will wake […]
Lets be honest, cooking campfire eggs should be super easy! For goodness sake, its just eggs, right? Sadly, I have had more fails learning how to cook some campfire eggs than I have anything else. Often times I make them stick, break the yokes, burn the bottoms or just end up scrambling them inside the skillet. […]
We all love bacon & eggs, but what if there was more to cook over fire in the morning?