Become a Camp Cooking Guru at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show
Take your camp cooking to the next level with the most delicious recipes plus the latest tips, tools and tricks presented by celebrity camp chefs and cookbook authors at the 2014 Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show®, February 5-9 at Portland Expo Center. Renowned chefs Cee Dub, Herb Good, Scott Haugen and Tiffany Haugen will lead daily cooking demos designed for aspiring campfire chefs as well as grilling gurus at the Fred Meyer Camp Cooking Demonstrations, also sponsored by Franz and Camp Chef.
Camp Cooking Experts
Cee Dub - Dutch Oven: Getting Started; Quick & Simple Main Dishes; Breads & Desserts: Cee Dub has been an outdoorsman, game warden and camp-cooking enthusiast for more than 25 years. As this renowned Dutch oven specialist introduces his new cookbook “Cee Dub’s Favorites,” he’ll entertain and inspire camp chefs of all experience levels on the virtues of this versatile cookware. “Folks will walk away with a basic understanding of Dutch oven cooking that they can immediately put to use – even at home – and those that have used one before will learn all kinds of new tips.” From the beginner to the specialist, Cee Dub has great tips for cooking enthusiasts of all levels, and you don’t want to miss his recipes, from lemon-rosemary breadsticks, and zucchini bake, to old standbys like crab Rockefeller and dump cake.
Tiffany Haugen – Camp Pizza; Wild Game Cooking Tips: Oregon-based author and sustenance lifestyle guru Tiffany Haugen, one of the nation’s leading outdoor cooking columnists, will share tips and recipes on turning a variety of game animals into delicious meals. She’ll also share her secrets to making delicious camp pizzas that are sure to delight every member of the family. Tiffany is the author of 11 cookbooks and hundreds of newspaper and magazine columns on everything from cooking game birds, salmon and seafood, to smoking, grilling and sweets.
Scott & Tiffany Haugen – Butchering and Cooking Big Game: Outdoors writer and TV personality Scott Haugen will present in the camp cooking area for the first time along with his wife Tiffany Haugen, one of the nation’s leading outdoor cooking columnists, to teach the basics of butchering and cooking big game. Discover the tips, tools and techniques needed to master the art of butchery and turn even the most inexperienced chef into a capable butcher. Scott spends more than 200 days a year in the field, has appeared on more than 350 television programs and has written more than 15 books on hunting, fishing and cooking.
Herb Good – Outdoor Cooking: Quick & Easy; Salmon: Filleting, Grilling, Canning and Smoking: Known as the “Camp Cook Improv King” for his creative food substitutions, Herb Good has been a guide and outfitter for more than 30 years. This perennial camp cooking favorite returns to the Show with a new bag of tricks as he demonstrates the basics and beyond – everything from boiling water to preparing delicious salmon, to the latest method for preserving fish – the pouch. Famous for his humor and common sense tips, Herb will explain the “whys” and “hows” of basic camp cooking and provide simple guidelines for questions such as, “How much salt should I add?” That’s easy, says Herb. “To taste!”