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    Outdoor Cooking: Dutch Oven

    Who here uses one? I got one for Andrea for her birthday last summer and we have had a blast making dinner at camp. Makes for some tasty hot food and is very low maintenance.

    here is a recipe we have used that turned out good.

    Two-Can Jambalaya
    Prep
    About all you can do beforehand is to cube the sausage.

    Ingredients
    2 cans (10-ounce each) tomatoes
    2 cans (10 1/2-ounce each) condensed French onion soup
    2 cans (10 1/2-ounce each) concentrated beef consomme
    2 cans (about 1 pound) white rice (measure using empty soup can)
    2 cans (about 1 pound) kielbasa sausage (measure using empty soup can)
    1/2 cup (1 standard stick) butter, cut into cubes

    Directions
    Combine all ingredients in Dutch oven. Bake using 8 coals under the oven and 17 coals on the lid. Cook for about 1 hour or until rice is tender, refreshing coals as required to maintain heat.

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    I was thinking last night about this. Glad you started a thread.

    What brand is your oven? Been lookin around at a few, always wanted one.

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    we have a lodge, the key is to open the box and look at the finish. You want the smoothest finish you can get. It will season well and be pretty much nonstick after a few dinners.

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    I give my wife dutch oven's alot She really enjoys them

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    Quote Originally Posted by VOLT View Post
    I give my wife dutch oven's alot She really enjoys them
    I doubt she feels the same way

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    I cook on cast iron at home. Got an old set of fry pans from my fiance's grandmother when she passed away. I simply love cooking on them, not sure why I would spend money on non stick coatings that will eventually scrape off. I've pretty much stopped using the other pans in the kitchen. I am looking at getting a dutch oven some day when I have the extra coin. I remember the meals you cooked on the CUOffroad Uwharre (sp?) trip, they looked and smelled amazing.

    --Jusin

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    ive got one and it makes some delicious apple cobblers

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    I havent tried apple, but i have made some pretty awesome Peach cobbler. We'll have to make an apple at Bumpus

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    sounds like a plan

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    The few things i tasted at uwharrie were delicious and i've been looking all over for them since then and recipes. I like the lodges though. Thanks for the heads up on finish. I think they sell them at dicks sporting goods, could be mistaken.

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