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Old 04-11-2012, 08:58 AM   #81
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WIfe and I cook with our dutch ovens every chance we get. anyone else use em?
We belong to a motorcycle camping group, IBMC (International Brotherhood of Motorcycle Campers. Dutch Oven cooking is a big hit with this bunch. Once a year in Arkansas, one of our member holds the "Dutch Oven Cook Off". There you will find some of the best food you can ever put in your mouth, everything from main dishes to deserts. We take our Dutch oven with us in the 5th wheel when we go out and in the Motorcycle Camper when we are on the road that way as well,,, Great Way to Cook! We love it!
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Old 04-11-2012, 09:14 AM   #82
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So how about some links to recipes, Grandpa?
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Old 06-05-2012, 06:37 AM   #83
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I love using my dutch oven on camp-outs. I am soon to be adding a second oven to the line-up, so that I can fix a side dish or dessert in one while the entree is cooking in the other.

The "mountain man" egg breakfast is a regular breakfast for us, as well as monkey bread using Pillsbury biscuits. We've made pizza, lasagna, and a few different desserts like fruit cobblers and chocolate pudding cake.

My wife isn't very adventurous when it comes to food, and likes most entrees plain-like. When I mention Coca-cola chicken to her she scrunches her face up. However, I'm willing to bet she might actually like it once she tries it, so I've decided that this year I'm going to need to plan a couple things for dinner so that we can try something new in the dutch oven but still have the "safe" dinner to fall back on.

My boys like chicken wings. I'm itching to try my hand at some dutch oven wings.
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:08 AM   #84
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Love it we use it for most of the cooking
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:18 AM   #85
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I have even used my dutch oven while on the road.. cooking off of the 12 volt converter... I usually make pulled pork this way..
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Old 06-05-2012, 10:34 AM   #86
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The ninth annual National DOG will be held in Canton, Texas, home of the World Famous First Monday Trade Days October 19-21, 2012. Join hundreds of black pot camp enthusiasts from around the county to share food, fun, and fellowship.

All experience levels welcome! Workshops, demonstrations, and other fun activities are planned throughout the weekend as we celebrate the “Official State Cooking Implement” of Texas.

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That looks like a good time!
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That looks like a good time!
Come on down!

You'll have a great time and get to eat a lot of great food.

Hope to see you there.
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Simple thing to try in a Dutch oven are the frozen unbanked cinnamon rolls. Thaw as directed but bake them in your Dutch oven... Oh are they wonderful

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So far I have had one season with my DO and while most of the exploratory menu has been desserts which the lazy mans peach cobbler has been the favorite of all so far. Two 28 cans cling peaches in heavy syrup, one box yellow cakemix dumped on top with cinnamon and butter pats laid on top. Bake for 45-1hr with 16 coals on top and 8-10 on the bottom. Leftovers go great with coffee in the AM.

Tried it with cherry pie filling and chocolate cake but due to the thickness of the pie filling was dissappointed.
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