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Dutch Oven Cooking
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Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
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Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
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 Wed Mar 13th, 2013 03:47 pm
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Darrell and I both built each of us a chuck box about 2 years ago. We didn't put wheels on it, but that maybe an add on in the future. I made mine to where the legs will store in their own compartment underneath it so they don't get lost. The problem is that I have so much cast iron, if I put them all in one box, it would take 4 people to pick it up.

I keep the DO table in the basement storage area along with a bucket that has all my cooking goodies (lid lifter, gloves, cooking spray, liners...etc) and it works pretty good. I've learnt, the bigger the space I have, the more crap I find to fill it up.

Just thinking, maybe I could store all my cast iron stuff in the garage of the camper. This way it will relieve some of the pin weight on the truck.....LOLOL.



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knightfly
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Joined: Thu Jan 24th, 2008
Location: Green Cove Springs, Florida USA
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 Posted: Wed Mar 13th, 2013 10:44 pm
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I don't remember ever seeing this box yet? Are they a picture on here somewhere?



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Location: Jacksonville
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 Wed Mar 13th, 2013 11:36 pm
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I have a plastic under the bed container with wheels I store the table and accessories. DO has a storage bag with handles. I keep both in RV when I plan on using it. Otherwise I keep it at home in garage. Might need bigger container as my supplies grows.

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Richard and Kim


Joined: Wed Feb 27th, 2008
Location: Callahan, USA
Posts: 9860
Type of Camper: 41' Cyclone 3950 Toy Hauler by Heartland
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 Posted: Thu Mar 14th, 2013 01:22 am
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knightfly wrote: I don't remember ever seeing this box yet? Are they a picture on here somewhere?
I don't think I ever posted any pictures of it. Nothing real special. I came up with the plans in my head...(lol), then put it to paper. After measuring everything that I wanted in it, I started building it.

It turned out okay. There is a door on each side that opens and converts into a working shelf or a cooking surface. Maybe I will bring it on one of the camping trips that we do some DO cooking.


Lesa, we have a couple of those plastic bins too. They slide under the couch and Kim keeps her crockpot, griddle and stuff in them. Makes it real easy as everything use to slide to the back and I darn near had to crawl in there to get it.



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Est. 1990
Callahan, FL.
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2010 Golf Scramble Co-Champion
2013 Dessert Champion thanks to our Daughter
JanL
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Joined: Wed Sep 8th, 2010
Location: Near Lake Harney, Florida USA
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 Thu Mar 14th, 2013 02:44 pm
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Just sayin', you guys, if you keep the cast iron and accessorites in the RV, you are more likely to use it....and the rest of us are more likely to get some of that fantastic DO cookin'!!!!


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