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Old 04-28-2010, 04:36 PM   #197
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YES, they do work. I use the big DO liners from the Lodge outlet in South Pittsburg for my 12" oven and use the Hefty brand aluminum round disposable casserole (from Walmart) for my 10" DO. Gives me more time at the campfire at rallies.

And yes, Lodge makes all of their CAST IRON products in South Pittsburg, TN. They do sell a variety of other things in their outlet that are manufactured elsewhere.
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Old 05-01-2010, 07:37 AM   #198
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Lodge of Sevierville, TN is having a DEMO in front of their store on May 29, 2010. It will be put on by the TN Dutch Oven group. I will be cooking Aebleskivers and a Strawberry/Rhubarb cobbler. Come on out between 11AM and 4 PM.
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The DO liners are great if you are doing several meals over a weekend. At a recent rally we did a cherry cobber one night and then a breakfast burrito meal the next morning. It would have been a lot of work cleaning the cobbler mess out of the DO for the next morning without the liner. The Sportsman's Warehouse is a good place to get the liners.
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Question from a newbie..... When you use the liners made by Lodge, do you lift them out to serve your meal/dessert, or do you still just serve right out of the DO?

With my cast iron frying pans, I always find them easy to clean, because I heat them and add a thin layer of olive oil immediately after cleaning. There is never a problem with anything sticking that way. I am presuming that maybe this is not something commonly done with DO's.
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We like to serve out of the cast iron, whenever possible. Keeps things warm, and looks so nice. Sometimes you need to remove things to invert to serve---like the monkey bread we made this am.

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Hi All, I usually coat my DOs either with crisco to keep that wonderful black look or olive oil on the ones that I use frequently. Haven't seen the liners, but I usually line my DO with heavy aluminum foil when I bake my coblers and cakes. Sugar seems to be harder to clean up and I don't want my seasoned garlic, onion and meat DO to impart those flavors into my cakes or cobblers. Some people have a seperate DO just for baking.
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Started using my cast iron stuff making spagetti sauce, best ever, not the same in anything else. I may simmer my sauce for an hour or so, but I do rinse it out as soon as possible.
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DON'T FORGET TO COME TO THE SEVIERVILLE LODGE STORE ON MAY 29, 2010
Lodge of Sevierville, TN is having a DEMO in front of their store on May 29, 2010. It will be put on by the TN Dutch Oven group. I will be cooking Aebleskivers and a Strawberry/Rhubarb cobbler. Come on out between 11AM and 4 PM.
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Just made my first DO dinner last night in my new Lodge 12" DO! We opted for a chuck roast & fixin's. The roast was soooooo moist and tender. We also cook in a clay pot, and the DO reminds me of cooking in clay.....cut the stuff up, throw it in, set the temperature (or....line up the coals), then return a couple hours later for a delicious meal
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Old 06-13-2010, 11:05 AM   #206
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8" 2 quart DO

We spent the last week in South Carolina visiting Rod's family. On our way back to the airport in Atlanta yesterday we stopped by the Lodge outlet in Commerce GA. Totally cool store. We picked up an 8" 2 quart DO - first quality. They were on sale at $27.95 (reg $55.95). They had a lot of seconds too, all at ridiculous prices. If we driving home instead of flying I could have done serious shopping! They had a lot of cool stuff.

I was really excited to see the 8" on sale since that was the one piece that I had in mind when we stopped. It's a great size for 2.
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That is a great deal, they list for $55.95 on the website. You should have gotten two.
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We spent the last week in South Carolina visiting Rod's family. On our way back to the airport in Atlanta yesterday we stopped by the Lodge outlet in Commerce GA. Totally cool store. We picked up an 8" 2 quart DO - first quality. They were on sale at $27.95 (reg $55.95). They had a lot of seconds too, all at ridiculous prices. If we driving home instead of flying I could have done serious shopping! They had a lot of cool stuff.

I was really excited to see the 8" on sale since that was the one piece that I had in mind when we stopped. It's a great size for 2.
Yes, that was a great deal! Love those bargains.

We use our 8" more than anything else, as we are on the road more than we are with others. It is the perfect size for the two of us.

So fun! I think we need more than one Dutch Oven Rally a year, perhaps one in central US in the Spring?

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That is a great deal, they list for $55.95 on the website. You should have gotten two.
I seriously considered buying a couple more. I know some other DO fans that would have loved to have had one. But - we were flying and schlepping them would have been a real pain the butt.
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Yes, that was a great deal! Love those bargains.

We use our 8" more than anything else, as we are on the road more than we are with others. It is the perfect size for the two of us.

So fun! I think we need more than one Dutch Oven Rally a year, perhaps one in central US in the Spring?

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Yes - I love bargains like that. Particularly when it was something that I was actually going there to get.

I really like the idea of a DO rally too. We did a DO dinner at the Dead Horse Rally (4 Corners Unit) back in February. It was a real success and hopefully we can do it again next year.
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