Step 7: Charcoal for under the Dutch Oven

Here is where the legs come in on the Dutch Oven. The legs keep the oven off the coals and let them have air to burn.
<p>I made this delicious cobbler for a group of eight and received rave reviews. I tripled the recipe and after forty five minutes, the briquettes were burned out and the cobbler was not done. I had to scramble to fire up some more briquettes and cook for another fifteen minutes. How many briquettes should I have used? </p>
<p>That is a basic recipe. Always turns out good. We alter a little for fresh fruit. 1 Cup of flour, 1 cup of sugar, 1 stick of butter, and your fruit of choice. The butter really gives it that kick and will keep it from sticking. </p>
<p>Sounds good! Can't wait to try it.</p>
Loved the cobbler . Thank you. My kids now think I'm a master outdoorsman . The only thing that would make me cooler, in their eyes , would be that campsite ice cream . I'll be looking for it. Thanks again.
Thanks for the recipe, I have yet t do a cobbler in my D. O. collection of three. I have two 4.5 litres, and one 9 litre. I also have two different sized skillets and two double Pie Irons. I liked your roast post as well. <br>
Now this I have to try!

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