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Old 01-05-2016, 09:17 PM   #1
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Dutch Oven Tool

Anybody use one of these?
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Interesting. I have a friend that would love to have a few of them.
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Old 01-06-2016, 07:51 AM   #3
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LOL! When i saw the title, I thought it referred to the 'under the sheets' dutch oven from the Urban dictionary!
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Old 01-06-2016, 08:11 AM   #4
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My brother sent me a similar video yesterday. I think it's AWESOME! And not all that expensive either!

So I added it to my Amazon wish list...
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Great tool. Just too concerned about weight in the trailer to haul around a dutch oven and accessories.
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Great tool. Just too concerned about weight in the trailer to haul around a dutch oven and accessories.
Go with this one then. Lightweight and I would recommend the Lodge liners for this as Aluminum does not season as well as cast.

GSI 12" Cast Aluminum Dutch Ovens


Nice tool, but I am optioned out and sticking with my current tools. One thing I see as a hazzard is the rubber handle under the pot. Coals can get really hot and I see it melting that red handle if you leave a lid with coals under it for a while.
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Great tool. Just too concerned about weight in the trailer to haul around a dutch oven and accessories.
As mentioned above, check out aluminum. It saves A LOT of weight.

I got rid of the weight problem when I traded in my GMC 1500 on my RAM 2500. Plenty of capacity all around now, so I started asking for cast iron tools and accessories for gifts and such. I only have a small dutch oven, and a couple pie irons so far, but I'm building my skills and tools.

I used cast iron, especially dutch ovens, A LOT as a boy scout, but that's been a LONG time ago. I'm looking forward to trying to re-create some of my favorite recipes from back then. Many fond memories were created around hot coals and black iron.
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As mentioned above, check out aluminum. It saves A LOT of weight.

I got rid of the weight problem when I traded in my GMC 1500 on my RAM 2500. Plenty of capacity all around now, so I started asking for cast iron tools and accessories for gifts and such. I only have a small dutch oven, and a couple pie irons so far, but I'm building my skills and tools.

I used cast iron, especially dutch ovens, A LOT as a boy scout, but that's been a LONG time ago. I'm looking forward to trying to re-create some of my favorite recipes from back then. Many fond memories were created around hot coals and black iron.
I do less and less cooking when I am camping out. I have been cooking ahead of time, vacuum sealing, and then freezing. I can eat gourmet meals without all the time, hassle, and dishes associated with the process.

I still break out the Dutch Oven on occassion when at Faire. I have this tripod setup and it weighs a ton. So far, I have managed to talk others into hauling it for me!!!LOL
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Looks like a neat toll for the DO folks. I have two LODGE DO`s, a 10 and a 12 that I carry along. Use them quite often.
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