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    There is alittle mininite (ex-Amish) store here in greenwood that sells it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 250f4life View Post
    There is alittle mininite (ex-Amish) store here in greenwood that sells it.
    I did a little research and it looks like kroger carries it. I'll have to pick some up for our next outing.
    --Brooks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 250f4life View Post
    There is alittle mininite (ex-Amish) store here in greenwood that sells it.
    Mennonite, put that McCormick education to good use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve97tj View Post
    Mennonite, put that McCormick education to good use.
    That Strom Thurmond High thank you. Cause Abbeville is known for producing thousands of scholars. Said no guy ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 97TJGUZZY View Post
    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.

    We made this jambalaya two weeks ago on our Fall trip, and I precooked the sausage an onion before hand. I also sauteed chopped chicken with it. The chicken really made the meal a lot more tasty. We used the above recipe but made it with 3 cans, but I used about 5 lbs of sausage and 2 lbs of chicken. I feel like the recipe listed above is a little skimpy on the meat.
    --Brooks

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    The wife and I have a trip coming up this fall I would like to have a few new meal ideas for. Anyone have some new Dutch oven recipes?
    --Brooks

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    nobody? We are looking for something new. May do some fajitas.
    --Brooks

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    Try the Boy Scout center. When I was a scout master our troop had a book just for Dutch ovens. Some were pretty good.

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