Northeast Florida Camping Club Home
   

Menu
Not logged in
Register
Login
Home
Recent
Gallery
Calendar
Campers
Help

Search

Search

Recent Topics

Rally Sponsers


Sponsors


Dutch Oven Cooking
 Moderated by: Luvs2Camp, dually  
New Topic Reply Print
AuthorPost
CAMPBUDS
Registered


Joined: Sun Jan 27th, 2008
Location: Jacksonville
Posts: 956
Type of Camper: 2011 Tiffin Allegro 34 TGA Motorhome ...
Status:  Offline
 Thu Oct 13th, 2011 12:04 am
QuoteReply
Santa brought me the Camp Chef table for my Dutch Oven last year. It holds two large DO with room to spare. The wind shield is nice. It's awesome. Great height. Much better than bending over the fire.

I've cooked pineapple upside down cakes and cobblers so far. Looking to venture out and cook some stews. The stew pictures look yummy. I'll be trying that one out soon. Heading out to Hanna Park the last two weekends in October.

Happy Camping

Lesa

knightfly
Camper


Joined: Thu Jan 24th, 2008
Location: Green Cove Springs, Florida USA
Posts: 6973
Type of Camper: 2012 Cross Roads Sunset trail ...
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Thu Oct 13th, 2011 09:55 pm
QuoteReply
CAMPBUDS wrote:
Santa brought me the Camp Chef table for my Dutch Oven last year. It holds two large DO with room to spare. The wind shield is nice. It's awesome. Great height. Much better than bending over the fire.

I've cooked pineapple upside down cakes and cobblers so far. Looking to venture out and cook some stews. The stew pictures look yummy. I'll be trying that one out soon. Heading out to Hanna Park the last two weekends in October.

Happy Camping

Lesa



Oh now that sounds good too,a pineapple upside down cake.

Last edited on Fri Oct 14th, 2011 01:01 am by knightfly



____________________
Jimmy and Jack (Golden retriever)
2008 F350 Super Duty 4x4
2012 Sunset Trail Reserve ST30RK
http://www.crossroadsrv.com
zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Sat Oct 15th, 2011 05:13 am
QuoteReply
JanL wrote: Where can I buy the DO liners, Richard?
Jan, I found them at Wal-Mart in the camping section. They are made by Coleman.



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sat Oct 15th, 2011 05:15 am
QuoteReply
We stopped at the Logic Factory Store in Commerce and I picked up another camping Dutch Oven (10")and a two sided griddle......I really liked that store!!!



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
JanL
Camper
 

Joined: Wed Sep 8th, 2010
Location: Near Lake Harney, Florida USA
Posts: 1112
Type of Camper: Lifetime Trailer Tent
Status:  Offline
 Sat Oct 15th, 2011 11:31 pm
QuoteReply
OK, Richard, now you'll have to show us your version of blueberry pancakes cooked on the new griddle!

moonbaby
Camper


Joined: Thu Sep 23rd, 2010
Location: Douglas, Georgia USA
Posts: 537
Type of Camper: 2011 Raptor Toyhauler 40' ...
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Fri Oct 21st, 2011 12:56 pm
QuoteReply
zigzag3337 wrote: We stopped at the Logic Factory Store in Commerce and I picked up another camping Dutch Oven (10")and a two sided griddle......I really liked that store!!!

Hey Richard,

Couldn't you just go crazy in those stores?  I believe the one in Knoxville was larger but wow.....I could go broke!!  So far, the DO meals we've done have been so easy and great tasting and the best part....you guys seem to want to take over the cooking when it's done outside!!!  Yippee!!



____________________
Roy and Judy
CAMPBUDS
Registered


Joined: Sun Jan 27th, 2008
Location: Jacksonville
Posts: 956
Type of Camper: 2011 Tiffin Allegro 34 TGA Motorhome ...
Status:  Offline
 Sun Oct 23rd, 2011 11:56 pm
QuoteReply
Picked up a box of DO liners. They work great.

zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 01:30 am
QuoteReply
CAMPBUDS wrote: Picked up a box of DO liners. They work great.
Congrats!!!

Lesa, what have you been cooking with yours? Feel free to post some pics of your creations. I'm always online looking for new ideas. I told Kim the other day that I wished there was a DOG (Dutch Oven Gathering) in our area so we could go and look around and see how the pros do it.



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
CAMPBUDS
Registered


Joined: Sun Jan 27th, 2008
Location: Jacksonville
Posts: 956
Type of Camper: 2011 Tiffin Allegro 34 TGA Motorhome ...
Status:  Offline
 Mon Oct 24th, 2011 02:14 am
QuoteReply
I've made desserts in my DO plus some Monkey Bread for breakfast one morning. Love the chef table also. Not so much bending over fire. Might like to get a tripod and try cooking that way. I'll try and post some pictures of my pineapple upsidedown cake. It was beautiful. :D

I bet there is a local boyscout troop that could show us a thing or two.

zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Mon Oct 24th, 2011 02:24 am
QuoteReply
I've cooked quite a bit of stuff in our ovens here lately trying to get ready for the big camping trip this weekend at Yogi.

Some of the recipes I found online can get pretty complicated for a camping trip, but they do make a great dish.



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Sun Jan 1st, 2012 11:26 pm
QuoteReply
Kim and the kids got me a dutch oven table for Christmas, so I was looking for a reason to use it. Today, I found a reason.

Apple Cobbler:
  • 3 - 16oz. Cans of your favorite Apple filling. I use country apple filling.
  • 1 - box of yellow cake mix
  • 1 - stick of butter
I use the liners, so install a liner in your dutch oven. Pour all three cans of filling into your dutch oven. Pour the box of dry cake mix on top of the apple filling and even it out. Cut the stick of butter into pat size pieces and place them on top of the cake mix.
Place the dutch oven on top of your coals (to maintain 350*). Once the butter melts, place coals on the lid to brown the top.
It takes about 45 minutes to melt the butter and about 30 minutes to brown the crust.
I use a 10" oven: to maintain 350*, it takes 7 coals on the bottom and 13 coals on top. Cooking the recipe above, I use about 12-14 coals under the oven until the butter melts, then do the 7/13 rule of thumb above to finish it off. I only do this to speed up the cooking process because I'm using can filling. For fresh apples, I stay with the 7/13 method throughout the whole cooking process.


Pics:
Using hot coals...




Melting the butter...




The butter has melted...




Time to brown the crust...




Time to dig in...




BTW.....I love the table. Makes cooking so much easier.



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
dually
Camper


Joined: Fri Jul 13th, 2007
Location: Florida USA
Posts: 8089
Type of Camper: 2005 Jayco Travel Trailer ...
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Sun Jan 1st, 2012 11:45 pm
QuoteReply
That looks yummy..

knightfly
Camper


Joined: Thu Jan 24th, 2008
Location: Green Cove Springs, Florida USA
Posts: 6973
Type of Camper: 2012 Cross Roads Sunset trail ...
Status:  Offline
 Mon Jan 2nd, 2012 05:11 pm
QuoteReply
dually wrote:
That looks yummy..It sure does



____________________
Jimmy and Jack (Golden retriever)
2008 F350 Super Duty 4x4
2012 Sunset Trail Reserve ST30RK
http://www.crossroadsrv.com
kasten39828
Camper
 

Joined: Sun Feb 21st, 2010
Location: Cairo, Georgia
Posts: 130
Type of Camper: Sunline Solaris T-2499
Status:  Offline
 Posted: Fri Feb 3rd, 2012 05:17 pm
QuoteReply
Richard, I got one of the Camp Chef 32-inch tables for my birthday in January. Got it from Amazon if I recall...

I'm gonna break it in before the Rally, probably up on the patio. It's something I've been wanting to do for awhile now.

- Dave

zigzag3337
Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
Status:  Offline
 Fri Feb 3rd, 2012 10:43 pm
QuoteReply
kasten39828 wrote: Richard, I got one of the Camp Chef 32-inch tables for my birthday in January. Got it from Amazon if I recall...

I'm gonna break it in before the Rally, probably up on the patio. It's something I've been wanting to do for awhile now.

- Dave

Cool and Congrats!!!

I've only had  the chance to use mine a couple of times and it's really nice!!!!

Make sure you post some pics. We all like to ooh and aah over food.....lol



____________________
Richard and Kim
Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
Rallys: II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX
2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter

 Current time is 07:59 pm
Page:  First Page Previous Page  1  2  3  4  Next Page Last Page  


Calendar
Upcoming events

Rally Sponsers
Theme exclusively by: WowBB Theme Mall
Powered by WowBB 1.7 - Copyright © 2003-2006 Aycan Gulez