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Old 07-09-2010, 08:54 PM   #407
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"My mouth started watering just looking at your pictures!!! What are those things your DO's are sitting in/on? DO liners, perhaps?"

No, no DO liners, however we ridicule, razz & rib all who do (but we've all used them ). We all have our own type of "table" to work on, but most of us have either gone to walmart or tractor supply and gotten "feed" or "pet water" aluminum pans. One is turned upside down, and one is set on top. This keeps us from burning or overheating what the DO is setting on and helps keep the coals and ashes contained. If you have any questions or want to share info pm me. (Oops, just looked at the pictures, and remembered that the cornbread was in a liner, but we think the breads do better in liners or with parchment paper!)

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We all have our own type of "table" to work on, but most of us have either gone to walmart or tractor supply and gotten "feed" or "pet water" aluminum pans. One is turned upside down, and one is set on top. This keeps us from burning or overheating what the DO is setting on and helps keep the coals and ashes contained.
Great idea! I have been wracking my brain for something cheap and easy to store for use on the wooden tables in our parks. I don't want to scorch the table, and it's nice to be able to set your DO in the middle of the table, where everyone can dig in. I will check with our nearby feed store that caters to folks with horses to see what they have.

Thanks for the tip! I am a newbie DO cook....and, all the books concentrate on recipes, not the handy little details.

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Hi Dee, Looks like Tennessee has a lot of DO cookers out there. It's a bit of a way to go, but who knows maybe some day we could rally there with them.
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Hi Dee, Looks like Tennessee has a lot of DO cookers out there. It's a bit of a way to go, but who knows maybe some day we could rally there with them.
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I think there are a lot more DO cookers around than we realize! When the conversation comes around to DO cooking, I am always surprised that folks I have camped with numerous times cook with a DO....sometimes.

Thanks to all for the helpful info....

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Cool DO rally

Warbler5 & t-square:

a friend of ours is hosting an airframes DO rally first weekend in Oct. in Sievereville, TN. We went last year and it was one of the best rallies we've been to. You might consider joining us.

Look on the calendar for the exact date. Your welcome to come and enjoy the festivities.

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Yum!

Tonights ensamble includes grilled Salmon... Garlic mashed potatoes, Green beans and bread with olive oil and balsamic vinagarette

and a nice glass of Gewurztraminer...
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Vinnie, that looks yummy indeed!!!!
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Thanks Dee, Thats my chef Cindy.. she gets the credit.
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Yay Vinnie and Cindy!

Thanks for posting images. We love pictures. It's past midnight and now we want to raid the fridge! Dinner looked great!

Keep those images coming!

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Last night we attended our neighborhood block party to celebrate National Night Out.

The highlight of the evening was Mr. Summerhill's cornmeal crusted fried catfish served straight from the kettle. Needless to say, we hung out with Mr. Summerhill ALOT last night. Thirty pounds of catfish, all eaten between the hours of 5:00 to 9:00pm. We think we're responsible for eating at least two pounds of it.

Let's see, we remember ribs, hot dogs, hot links, barbecue'd chicken and turkey, hamburgers, french fries, baked beans with bacon, Murray's garlic bread, corn, green beans, pasta salad, potato salad, spinach dip, lemon pound cake and red velvet cake.

Eat on our friends!
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Tonight Gemma had ahi and salmon sushi from Whole Foods. Murray gussied it up by putting it on china, and fanning out some avocado slices. Murray had Safeway fried chicken and potato wedges. Instead of downing some Lipitor to offset all of the grease, he also had some organic tomatoes.
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Chilean Seabass

Tonight we had pan roasted Chilean seabass with green beans, cherry, pear and grape tomatoes, and, of course, rice.
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We had ribeyes the other night with steamed green beans and yes, you guessed it, rice.
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Last weekend we had dinner at Gemma's brother's home.

Achiote chicken with mango salsa, pancit (Filipino noodles), Murray's Caesar salad with home made garlic croutons, mashed potatoes, grilled asparagus and brown rice.

Pear pie brought back on a plane from Holy Bakery on Hawaii's Big Island and vanilla ice cream for dessert.
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