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Top 5 Game Day Recipes

We love a good excuse to gather up friends and family, throw the coals on, and have a party. Super Bowl Sunday is one of those good excuses. While you’re planning your own spread, consider our Top 5 Game Day Recipes.

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Heavy Duty Carhartt Coats to Keep You Warm

Winter can be harsh, but it shouldn’t slow you down. Whether you’re working out in the farm, tending the ranch, or just trying to survive winter without turning into an icicle, here are some great choices for winter coats from Carhartt. Known for their durability and sturdiness, these coats will get you through winter for years to come.

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How to Make Deer Jerky

Making Deer Jerky In Your Oven

Some people love hunting just for the sport, but for most of us it’s all about the meat and what you can do with it. When it comes to venison, making deer jerky is one of our favorite things to do. Making jerky may seem like a daunting task. Many people think you need a food dehydrator to make it, but all you really need is a working oven. While deer jerky is easy to make, it does take several hours to dehydrate. In all reality, the most complicated part of making jerky is simply choosing the marinade recipe. Follow these simple steps to make your own deer jerky today!

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Duck Hunting for Beginners

Duck/waterfowl, season is coming up! If this is your first season, you’ll want to get prepared soon as possible. Since the dates vary depending on your state, check out this website to find your state’s season. Just like with any hunting sport, having more practice and knowledge will make you a better hunter. Three things you should know before you hit up your hunting spot: guns, clothing, and technique.

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Father Son Outing #CALculture Style

Check Out Our Latest #CALculture Video!

Our latest #CALculture video comes straight from the heart of some of the men-folk here at CAL Ranch Stores.   Many of us have fond memories of camping with our dads and spending time outdoors fishing, cooking out and have fun with dad.  So with that in mind, please take a look at our latest #CALculture video entitled “Father-Son Outing #CALculture Style.”

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New Idaho Gun Concealment Law

As of July 1, 2016, residents of Idaho 21 and older are able to carry a concealed gun inside city limits without a permit. Before the ruling residents had to pass a series of tests to carry a hand gun. Idaho is just one of eight states to not enforce permits. Even without requiring a permit, not everyone can legally carry a gun.

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Grilling Fish Fillets & Steaks

Prep Your Grill

Since fish is delicate and breaks apart easily, thoroughly clean your grate before grilling by letting it sit on high heat for at least ten minutes. Also, you can rub the grill with oil multiple times to further prevent sticking. You might even consider using a fish basket or wrapping the meat in foil. For more info on how to clean your grill before and after grilling, read “Outdoor Cooking Tips.”

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BBQ Ribs on a Gas Grill

Summer’s starting to wrap up! If you’ve been waiting for the perfect day to grill up ribs for the family, don’t wait too much longer or you’ll miss your window. Barbecuing ribs can be an intimidating undertaking, especially if you’re preparing them on a gas grill. If you’re a novice and want to give it a try before summer’s over, here’s a few simple steps for you to follow. Continue reading “BBQ Ribs on a Gas Grill”

Outdoor Cooking Tips

Outdoor Cooking Tips for Beginners

It’s that time of year again — time to break out our tents, our s’mores supplies, and take the family camping in the great outdoors. One of the most stressful things about camping is figuring out what to eat while you’re hanging out in the woods. Here’s some tips and best practices for beginners on how to plan means and cook in the great outdoors!

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