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Old 10-01-2009, 12:03 PM   #169
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Dutch Oven clean up

Hi Ted,
Thanks for the info. On small spots of rust I use salt and vegatable oil to rub it out, salt removes the rust and the oil follows it in. Rinse and re oil, good to go.
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:23 PM   #170
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WE just finished our Air Steam / Dutch Oven Rally. What a great time. We had 6 units camping and cooking. Lost of great food and a lot of horsing around while cooking. I'll try to load a few of the pics to this message. Lodge of Sevierville donated a 14" Lodge Dutch Oven for our grand door prize.
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Old 10-15-2009, 06:27 PM   #171
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All the things on the table are what we gave away in the goodies bag tht everyone got when they arrived.

We will have the rally again next year at Riplin' Waters Campground, Sevierville, TN. Dates are Sept. 30 to Oct. 3, 2010. We changed the name of the rally to "Dutchstream'. Keep an eye out for us we had fun and plan to have more fun next year.
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Old 03-05-2010, 02:16 PM   #172
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Dutch Oven brownies :)

I had this craving for chocolate and some baking squares I've been carrying around for 7 weeks. Gave in today and made One-Bowl brownies in our 8" Dutch Oven.

Came out perfectly, more cake-like than would be at home in a larger oven but yummy and soothing. There's nothing quite like good chocolate anything.

One Bowl Brownies

1 1/2 sticks margarine or butter
4 squares unsweetened baking chocolate
2 cups sugar, can use part brown sugar
3 eggs
1 teaspoon vanilla
1 cup flour

Microwave butter and chocolate just til chocolate starts to melt, stir til chocolate is completely melted, returning to microwave a few seconds if needed. Stir in sugar, then eggs and vanilla, then flour, beating til smooth. Pour into greased 9"pan or 8" Dutch Oven.

Bake in conventional oven at 350 degrees for 30-35 minutes, til just done but still moist. For Dutch Oven, 8 coals on bottom, 10 on top, about 30 minutes.
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Old 03-06-2010, 06:39 AM   #173
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Looks Good from here. I found some strawberry-Rhubarb pie filling finally. When we are in Florida next week I will make some up and let you know how it WAS. I will be making up some Aebleskivers at our fall rally. If you have never had them you are in for a treat. I might even make them up for the Springstream rally in April.

Keep you Camp Dutch Ovens hot, full and black.
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Old 03-17-2010, 11:07 PM   #174
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Question???

Advice on dutch oven style
From what I am seeing while cooking you put charcoal on the top and the bottom of the oven. If that is true I would assume that the lid for that style of cooking requires a fairly flat lid. I have been looking online and most dutch ovens have a dome top that doesn't look like it would hold charcoal on the top.
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Old 03-17-2010, 11:23 PM   #175
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sempi2, the ones with the flat lid are Camp Dutch Ovens. They have the legs also and you can stack them while cooking. Lodge Logic still makes them in lots of sizes.

Amazon.com: Lodge Logic 8-Quart Camp Dutch Oven: Home & Garden
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Old 03-17-2010, 11:27 PM   #176
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newroswell,
Thanks, now at least I know what I am looking for. While looking online the DO I was finding didn't look like the ones pictures on this thread.
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Some have a raised rim around the lid to stop the charcoal falling off.

Traditional Irish soda bread is made in a Dutch oven on a turf fire, with burning turf underneath and a couple of pieces on the lid.
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The only ones suitable for camp/outdoor cooking with charcoal are the camp Dutch Ovens with the rimmed lids. We bought our first one at WalMart, all the outdoor stores sell them, you can get them online from Lodge and other retailers.

We are going to stop at the Lodge Store in Sieverville next week on our way home, will try not to drool on the items too much nor load up the Interstate with cast iron products.

I would really like a legged trivet, for cooking over charcoal or wood coals. Other than a very expensive antique, does anyone know where these can be purchased??

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Nice video from Lodge, always interesting to see how it's made. I own 2 camp dutch ovens, biggest is the #14 Deep Camp rated at 11 qt, the pride of my Lodge skillet fleet is my 20" two handed skillet. I have a collection of smaller ones down to a little breakfast skillet. One thing that an iron skillet excels at is pizza, try it. The 20" was discontinued several years ago, it is a pancake making machine extrodinare! In the video the largest is now 17". One of our favorites is to do a beef roast in the big dutch oven, roast, browning, then later potatoes, carrots, onions and finally make some gravy. Amazing how little heat it takes to cook.

Finally a plug for one of my favorite stores for a bunch of stuff too varied to mention and they sell a LOT of Lodge, Lehman Hardware, Kidron Ohio, in one of Ohio's hearts of Amish country. Worth a visit and a bit more fun then sign in and click to complete your purchase. Try next door at the Town & Country store, go downstairs and have a fried Trail Bologna sandwich and a bowl of soup. Beautiful countryside.
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Instead of a trivet try regular red bricks to prop up your pot. Works great.
Google Bryon's Dutch Oven Recipes
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Hmmmm, red bricks. That would work.

We are still fine-tuning the perfect indoor and outdoor cooking system for our Interstate. Are currently carrying a small, cast-iron charcoal grill, but our grill pan from home on a trivet (or bricks) would weigh much less, take up much less space and suffice for outdoor cooking as well as inside on the propane burners.

We just visited the Cowan Heritage Museum in Kenansville, NC, which was quite interesting and included a large collection of kitchen artifacts---and a couple of hand-forged trivets I would have loved to have. A pile of coals beneath and anything you want to cook is yours......... I really think I was a pioneer in another life.

We have several footless Dutch Ovens and cast iron skillets at home, including a square one we do cornbread in and several griddles of varying sizes. I have seen those huge, two-handled skillets, GCinSC, and lust for one. Hubby says "now, what would you do with that?". I, of course, just want to have it! Somebody is still making a huge one with two handles, as I have seen them in catalogues and outdoor stores.

We love Lehmann's, where anything for non-electric living can be found. The big hardware stores in Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania Amish country are also good resources.

I am digressing from Dutch Oven cooking, but can tell there are lots of fellow-cast-iron-lovers out there, so am going to share a prize find from the Hudson River area of NY state from last fall. I was told it was an egg poacher, but after research it is actually an antique Aebelskiver pan from the late 1800's-early 1900's, likely European in origin and more narrowly, Denmark. The inside cooking surface is porcelain, and its' unusual shape is because it was made to set into the burner plate holes on a wood cook stove, plate removed and pan inserted. Handles are slightly raised, makes perfect sense. Also worth 3-4 times what I paid for it.

This is especially precious to me as my paternal grandparents emigrated from Copenhagen to Long Island in the early 1900's, and my Nana made us Aebelskivers when we were children. My mother also made them, and I made them for my children. Haven't cooked in this one yet, just hold it and smile.

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Good Morning,
I work for Lodge now in Sevierville, TN. Doug & Maggie I would love to meet you when you come into Lodge store in Sevierville but we are in Key Largo, Florida right now. When you go into the Lodge store go to the back and look under the seconds table. There you will see a large round skillet/griddle. I think they are 30 to 50 percent off the sticker price. The Aebleskiver is a great find. If you don't want to use it we also sell the newer version of they. I am going to try to use the lid stand with charcoal under the Aebleskiver and see how it works. I'll post it and let you know about how many coals to use. We used it in the hose using funnel cake mix. They tasted a little sweet [like funnel cake] but we liked them.

Also to the others that wrote on this site. First Lodge does not make a 14" deep Camp Dutch Oven that is 11 quarts. It is a 14" deep at 10 quarts. If you use the lid holder you can use the Camp Dutch Oven on the with charcoal. You can invert the Camp Dutch Oven lid on the lid stand and use it to cook on. These weigh about a pound. You can use all of you flat bottom Dutch Ovens and frying pans on it.

Go to Lodge Cast Iron Cookware - America's Original Cookware - South Pittsburg, TN USA there you can see what we have. Call the store in Sevieerville to order them. We sell our product 20% under retail and we ship.

Don't forget about our 2nd annual Dutchstream Rally October 1-3, 2010. Make reservation at Ripplinwaterrv campground in Sevierville, TN. The campground is about 1/2 mile south of the Lodge store in Sevierville. We will bw there Sept. 30 - October 4, 2010.
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