Timothy Fowler

Timothy Fowler

Timothy Fowler is a freelance writer, Red Seal Chef and RV traveler. His curiosity about fire and food leads him to write about both. You can read his blog at www.timothydfowler.ca or follow him on TWITTER @Timothydfowler

All Articles by Timothy Fowler

Two dinner place settings with wine glasses and white flowers are set on a wooden table.
Food On Fire

A romantic dinner for two: Setting the stage and preparing the meal

Whether you are celebrating your first year together or looking back on decades of romantic dinners, nothing says I love you like a well-executed meal.

February 2018 by
Reese M5 Fifth Wheel
RV Tips and Tricks

Hitches 101

Both fifth wheel hitches and trailering hitches do the job they were designed to do. 

February 2018 by
soup ingredients in a pot
Food On Fire

Soup: A framework

Nothing beats a bowl of homemade soup on a cold day.

January 2018 by
three braid challah
Food On Fire

Celebrate with challah

Challah is loaded with history, meaning and deliciousness.

December 2017 by
A fully smoked chicken thigh.
Food On Fire

Charcoal Chicken: Why quit smoking in the winter?

The art of BBQing and smoking - it's not just for the summer months. 

November 2017 by
People at an RV show, looking at motorhomes
RV News

Ten reasons why you should attend the Edmonton RV Expo

Make sure you don't miss this Alberta RV show and sale

November 2017 by
Family eating cabbage rolls
Food On Fire

Cabbage roll day

Here are our family secrets to great cabbage rolls. 

October 2017 by
A selection of axes at a hardware store.
RV Gear Guide

You need an axe: Get the right one for the job

Figuring out the best axe for your needs can be intimidating - here's some tips to help with your selection. 

October 2017 by
A man holds a handful of fresh olives at the Queen Creek Olive Mill.
Phoenix

Get authentic, quality oil at Queen Creek Olive Mill in Arizona

Is the mafia marketing your olive oil?

October 2017 by
A worker is carrying a tub of white grapes on his head.
California

Heading south for the winter? Why not stop in Napa and Sonoma?

Make these wine-centric communities part of your ramble-south plan.

October 2017 by
Ripe crab apples in the city of St. Albert.
Food On Fire

Crab apple jelly

As a kid, I made crab apple jelly every autumn with my Grandmother. What follows is that story and the recipe.

September 2017 by
Caramelized Carnitas ready for a tortilla.
Food On Fire

Carnitas on a Swedish Log Fire

Caramelized onions, and fresh red and green peppers make this dish something your guests will brag about.

September 2017 by
barbecue ribs
Food On Fire

Barbecued pork ribs: Secret sauce

Whip up the perfect summer meal!

August 2017 by
Fire-roasted veg with a side of homemade sausage.
Food On Fire

Fire-Roasted Vegetables—The Power of Man’s Red Flower

We sometimes forget there was a time that we did all of our cooking on the fire.

July 2017 by
ticks and pets
RV News

What about ticks and pets?

Get the information you need to ensure your pet is protected.

July 2017 by
One of the original Touring Tin decals, Photo by Timothy Fowler
Alberta

Touring tin – Hot rods in Banff National Park

If you need an excuse to go camping, rolling your hot rod to Banff’s Tunnel Mountain campground is as good as any.

July 2017 by
Author carves loin of whole smoked hog
Food On Fire

(Nearly) 101 Tips from the BBQ pros

Expert advice on getting the best barbecue experience.

July 2017 by
Timothy Fowler photo
Food On Fire

What is a pie iron? Beyond pie filling and Wonder Bread

It's time to explore the potential of your pie iron.

July 2017 by
Russell and Janice Smella.
Food On Fire

Pro Barbecue team SmellaQue compete from 1969 Airstream

Food, travel and hobby came together for Russell and Janice Smella like a chicken and ribs and cornbread combo.

July 2017 by
Jambalaya is what happened to Paella after emigrating to North America
Food On Fire

Jambalaya On The Fire

Jambalaya is what happened to Spanish Paella after emigrating to North America. 

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