New Sewickley man’s wood-fire cooking makes him a hot commodity

New Sewickley man’s wood-fire cooking makes him a hot commodity

No one knocks on wood when Josh Knopp comes to cook.

Word around campfires at homes back of Freedom and far out as Tarentum is that Knopp knows how to cook on wood. Really well. Done all alone and designed to please, the 35-year-old New Sewickley Township man is making it his business — All Over the Campfire — to cook a meal for two to 22 outside over a wood fire like cowboys did in their day, like his grandparents did at their cabin in the Allegheny National Forest.

All Over the Campfire is a venture born of Knopp’s passion for cooking and the outdoors, an idea that’s kindled in his mind for a year or so, and began to his surprise this September smack in the COVID-19 pandemic.

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