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Old 05-28-2010, 08:13 PM   #1
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Any Dutch Oven cooks?

WIfe and I cook with our dutch ovens every chance we get. anyone else use em?
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Yes I love cooking with them.
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Old 05-29-2010, 09:12 AM   #5
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OUr oven has burned everything we have ever tried to bake in it so I took up Dutch Oven cooking and we love it.
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We use one, usually for cobbler>
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I would really like to learn how to cook in a dutch oven. Is there a good on-line resource you could recommend? Also, what do you think is best... cast iron or aluminum?

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Cast Iron or aluminum

Cast Iron - look at Lodge products since they are well made and pre-seasoned.
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Well, my wife and I bought our first Dutch Oven yesterday at Bass Pro. We opted for the 12" Lodge as this size seemed to be the most popular and this brand being the most recommended. We also picked up the necessary tools and accessories. Looking forward to getting started using it... can anyone make a recommendation for an easy first dish?
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