Lodge Cast Iron American Made Skillets have been manufactured in South Pittsburg, Tennessee for well over 100 hundred years. Through fires and the great depression Lodge Cast Iron Skillets have continued to be Made in the USA and evolved into the ultra modern manufacturing company it is today. Please note that the Enameled Cast Iron products are not Made in the USA, only the cast iron products are. Starting in 2013, The Lodge Seasoned Carbon Steel line was introduced. The pre-seasoned (oiled) skillets, which are available in an assortment of sizes have found appeal to professional chefs and outdoor enthusiast. […]
Boom Cups disposable cups made in the USA are all the rage at parties and BBQ’s. Each Boom cup come with a great drink recipe printed right on the cup. With these great American made disposal cups you will be host and bartender all in one. Boom cups come printed with the following cocktail recipes right on them: Cosmo, Long Island Iced-T, Manhattan, Margarita and F-BOOM. You add the ice then simply fill the cup to the labeled lines with the ingredients for the drink. No need for shot glasses or shakers it is all done in the Boom Cup. […]
Deadwood Stove Company of Texas makes The Deadwood Stove, which is a portable, efficient, and durable outdoor cook stove. Prepare meals with only small amounts of sticks, twigs, scrap lumber, pine cones, and other biomass material.
Jacob Bromwell is a specialty housewares company that manufactures authentic campfire, kitchen, and fireplace products for families of yesterday, today, and for generations to come. As America’s oldest housewares company established in 1819, we offer a select group of timeless products that modernization has not improved. Our classic products take people on an emotional journey into nostalgia and tradition, and allow them to find joy in the simple and genuine American past as an antidote to our over-perfected modern lifestyle.
RussTick Natural Woods Firestarters are easy to pack and carry for a camping excursion. Each firestarter is carefully handcrafted and created from a bundle of assorted twigs tied with jute twine and then wrapped with a piece of salvaged White or Yellow Birch bark. Hemp is then wound around the bundle to hold the firestarter securely together. The end of the twig bundles are dipped in a complex variety of natural resins that dry shiny and hard and help waterproof the wood. This combination of salvaged birch bark and natural resin combines to create a quick-catching fire propellant. Because of […]