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Old 10-05-2009, 07:29 AM   #99
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Good Morning to the great Dutch Oven cooks. I just posted the following message on the Dutch Oven site the I told you about. I will get the sites address and post it here latter today.

This was our first DOG/Rally. We had seven trailers there. We all cooked up at the pavillion. We had several pots going and everyone was having a ball. Some just bought a Dutch Oven a week before the DOG/Rally. The lodge outlet store in Sevierville, TN gave us a 14" Dutch Oven to give away for our raffle. The couple that won just bought there first Dutch Oven last week. Then in one of our other raffles they won a chimney. We also gave away a Mair lid lifter. We bought that in Townsend, TN at the Backcountry store for our gift to the raffle. For breakfast we had different versions of Hungryman breakfasts. I need a recipe for something other than that. Does any one have an idea??

Johnny Nix will be at the Lodge outlet store October 17 from 11 AM to 3 PM. If anyone is interested. I'll be there and will check around to see if any of you are there so I can meet you.

We are doing the same DOG/Rally next October first in Sevieville. It will be listed as Dutchstream. If you have nothing to do come over and cook with us. Its fun and some more people are trying Dutch Oven cooking and enjoying it. I also passed out this web site info to them.

I enjoy cooking with the Dutch Oven and our Air Stream rallies. I recruit Dutch Oven cooking every time we go camping. It's the only way to eat food. [I now have eight Dutch Ovens. Like all of you say it is addicting.]
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Old 10-05-2009, 07:36 AM   #100
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Here is the Dutch Oven site;

dutchovencooking : The Art of Camp Dutch Oven Cooking

Just copy and paste. Have fun
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Old 10-05-2009, 11:19 AM   #101
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Jim & Regina:

Natalie & I pity those who weren't able to make it to such an OUTSTANDING rally. One of the best rallies we've been to. We agree with "BAL", you could tell Jim & Regina "put a lot of hard work in this rally and it really showed". It's hard to say what was best about the rally; the learning how to "DO" cook, the GREAT FOOD, fellowship, fun! Probably meeting such great people and making new friends was best. KUDOS! We've already cleared our calendar for next years DutchStream 2010 Rally! Thanks Jim & Regina for a FANTASTIC time.
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Old 10-06-2009, 11:03 PM   #102
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Jim and Reginia, congrats on the your first annual Dutchstream Rally! I wish I could have joined you. Maybe in 2010 if the scheduling gods are good to me. See you at Falluminum!
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:42 PM   #103
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WE HAD A GREAT FIRST RALLY and we will be back next year. MARK your calendars for Sept. 30 to Oct. 3, 2010. We changed the name to DUTCHSTREAM. Keep and eye out for us. I am attaching some photos. The things on the table are what we surprised everyone with. It all was in the goodies bag we gave to everyone that attended. Lodge of Sevierville also gave us a 14" Dutch Oven for our grand door prize. This really flooded some of them. Just ask the winner Brent. He went from just purchasing a new oven for the rally to owning three of them now. Cindy [his wife] won a chimney. I think they are set for the rally nest year.

We had 6 unites. We did all the cooking at the pavillion. We had a few clowns cooking. Believe it or not all the food disappeared at dinner. Everything tasted so good the the pot were almost cleaned up for us.
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:47 PM   #104
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:51 PM   #105
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This is the last of them for now.....
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Old 10-16-2009, 05:23 AM   #106
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Looks like a great rally. So wish we had been able to be there! Maybe next year.
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Old 10-16-2009, 06:13 AM   #107
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I can't think of any breakfast that we use to cook in the dutch oven. However, you can flip the lid over and cook pancakes. You might also want to try this, my boy scouts always loved it. Take a brown paper bag and line the bottom with bacon. Break a couple of eggs on top. Fold the top of the bag down and insert the end of a long stick. Hold the bag a few inches above the coals. The bacon keeps the bag from burning and the eggs cook to prefection. The best part you eat right from the bag and don't have any clean up.

PS--Don't forget to make your biscuits in the DO.
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Old 10-16-2009, 09:24 AM   #108
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[QUOTE=James Rogers;759908]WE HAD A GREAT FIRST RALLY and we will be back next year. MARK your calendars for Sept. 30 to Oct. 3, 2010. We changed the name to DUTCHSTREAM. Keep and eye out for us. I am attaching some photos. The things on the table are what we surprised everyone with. It all was in the goodies bag we gave to everyone that attended. Lodge of Sevierville also gave us a 14" Dutch Oven for our grand door prize. This really flooded some of them. Just ask the winner Brent. He went from just purchasing a new oven for the rally to owning three of them now. Cindy [his wife] won a chimney. I think they are set for the rally nest year.

We had 6 unites. We did all the cooking at the pavillion. We had a few clowns cooking. Believe it or not all the food disappeared at dinner. Everything tasted so good the the pot were almost cleaned up for us.
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All though things did not work for me to be a part of the first one of these, I am going to be a part of the one next year and have it on my callender. You have no idea how much I wanted to be there and y'all was on my mind the whole weekend. If there is anything I can do to help let me know.

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Old 10-16-2009, 12:08 PM   #109
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Hey Sugarfoot, How did you clean a Dutch Oven with a battery charger. I can't remember where I saw it. Oh yeah at the Falluminum do you want to do our cooking a the pavillion? We had a lot of fun when we all cooked at the pavillion.

If anyone can make it to Sevieville tomorrow Johnny Nix will be a the Lodge outlet store giving a demo on cooking in a Dutch Oven. 11- 4 PM
Regina and I will be there.

See ya by the fire cooking

Sarge hope to see you at the next "Dutchstream".If you get over this way give us a call and we can meet up with you.
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Old 10-16-2009, 06:42 PM   #110
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If you have pics of the rally could you send them to me. We want to start a scrapbook of the rally. Thank you
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:10 PM   #112
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What a beautiful day today. Here is a site if you want to know how to get you dutch Ovens back to bare metal. This is not my idea just one I found on the Forum. Try it if you want or throw it away.
Rust Removal using Electrolysis

Also I start work at the Lodge Outlet store on Monday. This should be fun. I get to talk to a lot of Dutch Oven cooks and learn a little more about all of the Dutch Ovens that Lodge make. come down and visit with me.

The next big rally will be the Can Opener in January in Florida. Need details give me a shout.
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