The Outdoor Foodie

For the backcountry-outdoorsy or the cocktails-on-a-patio kind

The outdoor chef is a unique creature. Inspired by earthy flavors, hungry for the natural feeling of the elements while exploring culinary excellence, and likely to be caught wandering off trail in search of truffles, there are few things more inspiring to this creature than the right tools to quench this animalistic desire. Equip your outdoorsy foodie with the nature-friendly tools that go from trail to campfire and may even look good on your back patio – for the moments when traipsing through the backcountry aren’t top of list

Outdoor Foodie Gift Guide

Primo Oval XL Grill ($1,199.00)
Lodge Camp 400-Degree Protection Gloves ($15.93)
Deluxe Picnic Service for Two Insulated Cooler ($89.95)
Apple Wood Smoking Chips ($13.36/ Four Pack)
Chef Master 18-inch Tongs ($4.67)
Outdoor Picnic BBQ Plate Holder ($3.71)
Rosle Rib Roast Rack ($29.95)
Chef Master Non-Stick Grill Basket ($11.34)
Picnic Time Heavy Duty Six Pack Cooler ($24.95)
Lodge Hibachi Style Cast Iron Sportsmans Grill ($79.75)
Chef Master Basting Bottle ($4.45)
Rosle Chicken Roaster ($19.95)
Picnic Time Ventura Backpack Seat ($55.95)
Chef Master BBQ Tool Set (40.32)
Rosle Digital Roasting Thermometer ($44.95)
Lodge Cast Iron 5-Piece Cooking Set ($67.10)

Chelsea B. Sanz
Chelsea B. Sanz

Chelsea Sanz has lived in East Tennessee since her family moved here from South Florida just before she started high school. While she initially begrudged her new home state, she eventually realized she had come to not only love it, but to “bleed orange” as University of Tennessee Volunteers fans here like to say. She and her boyfriend Hunter, a trail worker for Great Smoky Mountains National Park, enjoy exploring the nation’s most visited national park and coming up with their own farm-to-table recipes.

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