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Old 02-21-2018, 08:37 AM   #155
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So...it's been three days. Is it still baking ?

That's what happens when your Subscribed Membership runs out during camping and you can't post a picture till you get back home.

Bread went in
Bread baked
Bread came out
Bread was delicious

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Old 02-21-2018, 10:09 AM   #156
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Looks great, thanks for the update!

Good reminder to check the Dutch Oven thread for ideas, now that Spring is about to Spring!

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f484...ing-40090.html

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Old 02-21-2018, 10:12 AM   #157
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Looks very good! Recipe?

I like the idea of using parchment paper to keep it from sticking to the dutch oven and make the oven easier to clean. Hadn't thought of that...now I'll toss a roll of parchment paper into the AS for future use...

Nothing quite so good as the scent of fresh bread in the outdoors. I bet it was delicious. We used to camp out with the Boy Scouts, and our Dutch Ovens were always popular for good eats in the outdoors.

One time our boys made a very good pizza in an iron frying pan over a camp stove. It was really good. I found out they had experimented with the method for a couple weekends just to pull it off... As an Adult leader, I tried to encourage the boys to learn to cook, and cook well. Many of them accepted the challenge, and came up with some great meals. Learned a lot from them...
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That looks perfect, Hittenstiehl.

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Thanks guys it was delicious. Especially so because we have had some failures of the recipe off and on. When say you are bringing bread to the potluck you really want it to turn out. What was different for us this time is that we made the whole recipe on scene and the bread didn't travel in the truck with us. Not sure if that made the difference but it worked. It was cold that night but I wrapped the bowl in a big fluffy beach towel.

We call this Maggie's recipe (of Lily and Me) it's a no knead bread recipe. It is in the Dutch Oven Thread adapted from Jim Leahy's "No Knead Artisan Bread".

This weekend we are going to make it at home in the oven for the first time.
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FYI here is Maggie's 2014 Post #373 for no-knead rolls in the Dutch Oven thread linked earlier:

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This is a Martha Stewart recipe I came across last year and has become the favorite dinner roll for my family.

It would lend itself easily to Dutch Oven and camp cooking, because it doesn't require kneading , can be refrigerated up to a day, and is a very user-friendly dough. Kids could also help with this.
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The later posts go into more detail with added suggestions.

Yum!

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PS -- Maggie's recipe referred to below is a separate one FYI.

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We call this Maggie's recipe (of Lily and Me) it's a no knead bread recipe. It is in the Dutch Oven Thread adapted from Jim Leahy's "No Knead Artisan Bread".
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