Log Cabin Cooking: Christmas Meatballs

It’s the holiday season and always a good time for new recipes. We all love the classics, but it’s also fun to find new things, traditions from other families or cultures. For this log cabin cooking article we are going to look at an unlikely holiday dish....

Log Cabin Cooking: Campfire Hash

What do you think of when it comes to corned beef hash? Maybe your Mom would buy a can of hash once in a while when you were a kid. Some kind of weird breakfast thing that wasn’t all that great. In fact the Hormel company put that hash in a can in 1950, and...
Defining Dutch Oven Bread

Defining Dutch Oven Bread

We here at TruLog like to cook, here is an addition to our cooking series. Hope you enjoy! A Dutch oven is a cooking pot with thick sides and a tight-fitting lid. It is one of the most widely used kitchen utensils, the perfect addition to any log home and may be used...

Skillet Cooking: A Beginners Guide

So, you are in your cozy log home and now it’s time to cook and you only have cast iron skillets around. Good thing that is all you need. Who cares if this type of cast iron skillet cooking is a dying art form! Despite its formidable reputation, this art is not that...

Log Cabin Cooking: Brisket and Biscuit

All right, you’ve made yourself a nice, cozy getaway in the wilderness. You’ve got your wool blanket, a nice fire going, and the best pair of comfy slippers you could ask for. Now, what’s for dinner? In this installment of our Log Cabin Cooking series, we’ll go over...

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