utdoor Solutions announces its partnership with REC TEC Grills as the official grill sponsor of its Field-to-Table events. The events provide participants a one-stop offering for field-to-table hunting, butchering and cooking instruction from professional guides and chefs.
“Our Field-to-Table events help create a connection between hunters and the food they harvest,” said Outdoor Solutions Founder Greg Ray. “What better way to create restaurant quality meals than to use the best pellet grill available. REC TEC Grills last a lifetime and take the guesswork out of temperature maintenance, giving grillers the confidence to cook with precision and consistency. We are looking forward to a long and productive partnership with REC TEC Grills.”
REC TEC Grills began from a shared passion for grilling for their loved ones. Co-founders Ray Carnes and Ron Cundy sought to make a durable, easy-to-use grill so others could enjoy the same experiences of making memories with family and friends. REC TEC Grills automatically control the temperature using the Smart Grill processor that feeds pellets to the fire as needed to maintain the target temperature. Users can smoke, roast, bake or sear on REC TEC Grills, opening up endless possibilities to cook meals.
“We are excited to join Outdoor Solutions and Greg Ray,” said REC TEC Grills Co-Founder Ray Carnes. “Greg shares our love of giving people the means to upgrade their skills. Whether it’s hitting a target at 1,000 yards or smoking the Thanksgiving turkey, we all enjoy seeing the smile on someone’s face when they accomplish a goal. We are honored to have our grills as part of their services and look forward to getting our products in front a his clients.”
Outdoor Solutions’ 2020 Field-to-Table events will be hosted in Montana, New Mexico, Texas, Utah and Nebraska and include antelope, elk, deer, hogs, upland and waterfowl hunting. Each event spans four days and four nights with students arriving at noon for lunch before heading to the range for shooting instruction. The hunting begins the first night and through the next two days. The last day consists of a final morning hunt before the butchering session where the hunters learn how to properly break down whitetails and hogs. The evening begins with a cooking class taught by a professional chef to create restaurant-quality meals from wild game. The evening is wrapped with the hunters dining on the freshly cooked meals, corresponding with wine pairing education from a local winery. Each hunter’s remaining meat will be packaged and vacuum-sealed to take home and try out his or her new cooking skills.
For more information about Outdoor Solutions and their services, go online to www.outdoorsolutionscorp.com.