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My brother and I have camped for more years now than we are willing to admit. We tried for years to do peach cobbler in a cast iron ...
All Dutch oven cooking starts with coals and the most efficient way to get them is to use a charcoal chimney. Two broad sheet newspaper pages waded up ...
Now let's talk a little about the correct Dutch Oven. To cook with in at your campsite or in the backyard, it must have a couple of things. ...
A lid lifter and a lid rack make things a lot easier especially when you have a lid full of 500 degree charcoal and need some place to ...
Now the easiest part of making the peach cobbler. 1 cup of sugar 1 cup of self rising flour 1 #10 can (29 oz) of Peach pieces or ...
When you put all the ingredient together, do not stir them too thoroughly. You want to still see some dry flour in the mix. It will cook into ...
Mixing in an aluminum pan and putting it in the Dutch Oven makes the clean up almost nonexistent. We just found them a couple of years ago and ...
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.
A good load of coals on top, Lid rack ready and lid lifter in place. Now we just wait and in 45 minutes we will give it the ...
Carefully lift the lid, put it on the lid rack and this time it was about 55 minutes.
Add a little ice cream and you are ready to eat. This time the ice cream was easy because I took it from the freezer at home. Maybe ...
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