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Dutch Oven Beef Stew.



Ingredients:



Directions:
  1. Place your empty Dutch Oven over the coals to preheat.
  2. After the oven is heated, add the Olive Oil. You'll know it's hot enough when the surface of the oil is shimmering.
  3. Carefully add the meat to the oven. Stir periodically until it's nicely browned on all sides.
  4. When the meat is browned, add the onions and garlic. Cook, stirring occasionally, until the onions have softened.
  5. Add the rest of the vegetables into the oven and stir. Add the parsley, beef broth, water and seasoning.
  6. Place on lid and add some coals lid. Rotate oven and lid every twenty minutes to cook evenly.
  7. When the vegetables are getting close to being done, add the flour to thicken it up.
  8. Continue cooking until all the vegetables are done.
Enjoy!








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Looks good. I haven't cooked that way since I was a kid.

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Ah, classic...beef sstew over a campfire...a sure sign cooler weather is here!

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That makes me want some cast iron cooked jalapeno corn bread with lots of butter with that stew.

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knightfly wrote: That makes me want some cast iron cooked jalapeno corn bread with lots of butter with that stew.
That's funny you said that. Your the 3rd person to make that comment. I will defiantly have to make the cornbread next time.

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OMG!! Richard, I really felt like I could smell that picture! It looks delicious. Great job! I KNEW I should have purchased the tripod at the Lodge Outlet we went to last week. We could have gone really crazy in that store!!

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I love my tripod....but wouldn't ya know, the handle of my DO has a spiral thing around it to keep it cool and the hook has to be wrapped around that and hooked back on itself, which makes everything very iffy.

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Well that's stuff we're gonna have to figure out ourselves because we were lucky enough at the campground to have one of those round campfire rings with a rack that would raise and lower so the DO could just be balanced on that.  Don't know how we'll do it right w/o all the equipment.  But we'll have fun working on it. 

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Judy, where was that outlet store? We are heading north next week and if we are close enough to it, I would love to plan a visit there.

This was actually the first time I cooked over the fire using the tripod. In the past, I would just sit the oven on some coals right on the ground. They make Dutch oven tables which I would love to have. This will keep the oven at a good working height. Just shovel some coals on the table, place the oven on top of the coals, then some more coals on top of the DO. No more killing the back from working on the grown.....maybe one day.

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Richard, We actually decided to run hwy 441 from here in Douglas to Cherokee.  We stopped in Commerce (near Athens) to visit Roy's brother and he told me about one being there.  Exit 149 off I-85, south 0.2 miles toward Commerce on Hwy 441. Turn right at the Commerce Crossing sign on to Pottery Factory Drive. 

Lodge Factory Store, Commerce, GA
165 Pottery Factory Drive
Commerce, GA 30529
706-335-4875

Roy and I also took a day and went to Knoxville (to look at RVs of course) and we went thru Pigeon Forge and found this one.  Exit 407 off I-40, toward Pigeon Forge, 3.6 miles on the right next to Smoky Mountain Knife Works.

Lodge Factory Store, Sevierville, TN
105 Knife Works Lane Suite 2
Sevierville, TN 37876
865-429-1713

Leave your wallet in your truck or ???????  LOL.  Have a super time and the leaves should be getting better and better by now.  I want to go back!!!


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Thanks. I doubt that we will make it to Tennessee, so I will check to see how far we will be from the one in Commerce.

Looking forward to camping with you guys at Yogi. I'm sure you will have your DO cooking skills down pat by then.

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"They make Dutch oven tables which I would love to have. "

Well, Kim and kids....there's a Christmas wish list in the making here!

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JanL wrote:
"They make Dutch oven tables which I would love to have. "

Well, Kim and kids....there's a Christmas wish list in the making here!


Right now Amazon has the 32" camp chef one on sale for $88 with no tax and free shipping. That's half the price of the one made by lodge.
I have an old shelf that i think will work for now, just have to make a base and a wind screen.

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Pumpkin Delight


Crust:

1 Yellow cake mix; reserve 1 cup of mix
1 egg; beaten
1/2 cup butter; melted


Filling:

1 (30 oz.) can pumpkin
3 eggs; beaten
3 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
1 cup milk
3/4 cup dark brown sugar


Topping:

1 cup cake mix
1/4 cup sugar
1 tsp. cinnamon
3 Tbs. cold butter

________________________________


Prepare Crust:

Mix together cake mix, egg, and melted butter. Press into bottom and 1 1/2" up sides of a well greased 12" Dutch oven.


Prepare Filling:

In a bowl, combine all filling ingredients and mix well. Pour filling into Dutch oven to fill crust.


Prepare Topping:

In a small bowl, combine cake mix, sugar, and cinnamon. Stir to mix. Cut in butter until coarse crumbs are formed. Sprinkle over top of pumpkin filling.


Bake:

Cover Dutch oven and bake using 10-12 briquettes bottom and 14-16 briquettes top for 1 hour.

Serve with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream as topping.


Serves:

8-10


This is the first time that I used those Dutch oven liners. They are worth every penny.





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Where can I buy the DO liners, Richard?

Last edited on Mon Oct 10th, 2011 02:19 pm by JanL

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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!!!

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OK, Richard, now you'll have to show us your version of blueberry pancakes cooked on the new griddle!

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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!!

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Picked up a box of DO liners. They work great.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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: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.

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That looks yummy..

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dually wrote:
That looks yummy..It sure does

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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

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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

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Any new DO recipes. It think we've only made desserts so far. Time to move on to entrees. Suggestions??

Lesa

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I need to come up with some myself because my oven just broke in the kitchen.

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When we were in the woods last weekend, Sunday morning I made the Mountain Man Breakfast for all the guys. The ones that never had it before kept asking for the recipe.

I think it's on here somewhere, but her it is again just in case it's not.

Being that there was a bunch of us, I doubled everything and used my 12" oven verses the 10"

1 lb of meat (sausage or bacon)
1 small red pepper chopped
1 small green pepper chopped
1 small onion chopped
1 clove of garlic (I used minced garlic in a jar)
1 16oz frozen hash browns
1 dozen of eggs
1 cup of shredded cheese


-Get oven hot over the fire

-Add meat, peppers, onion garlic and cook until meat is done. If your using bacon, don't let it boil in the grease. I used lean sausage so I didn't drain any grease. When I cooked it with bacon, I drain about half the grease.

- Add potatoes and cook about 20 minutes with the lid on and coals ontop of lid.

- Mix in scramble eggs. Cook with lid until the eggs thicken up.

- Add cheese on top and cook until its melted and starts to brown around the edges.

Enjoy!!!

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Sorry to hear that Jimmy. Yikes!

Richard, have you ever cooked a roast in your DO?

Lesa

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Not a roast in whole, but I have cooked a shredded pot roast (kinda like pulled pork). I just cut it up first before cooking. Also, stews, pizzas and several desserts. Rule of thumb is except for breads and some desserts, you can just about cook everything at 350*. If cooking over a fire or over coals, hold your hand approx 6" above the heat and if you can keep it there for 3 seconds without burning you, the temp is close. Also when using charcoal, use the twice method. Twice as many briquettes as the size of the oven with 1/3rd of them on the bottom and the other 2/3rd on the top.

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Now that sounds tasty, a roast and potatoes and carrots. I just might do that tomorrow .

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I think I'm going to try a whole chicken with potato and carrots. I'll let you know how it goes. Also peach cobbler.

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Don't forget the liners, Lesa....minimal cleanup afterwards.

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Got some liners! Can you use them with chicken and rice? We're going to the Bluegrass Festival at Newell Lodge in Folkston GA . Going to show off my Dutch Oven savvy. LOL

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They're nothing but parchment paper, so I don't see why you couldn't use them for anything that you in the ovens.

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Well, I showed off my Dutch Oven savvy this past weekend. Cooked chicken and rice in my DO. Used the liner for easy clean up. Turned out pretty yummy. People ate it so quickly I didn't even get to take a picture to post. My SIL cooked some chili and it turned out good. Next time I'll have my camera ready.

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Great job! I sometimes find that I get so busy doing things, I forget to snap a few pics as well. We've did the chili thing a few times. Vikingfan has a 22" DO and boy does it make a lot of chili...lol

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Wow.... That's big. I only have a 12" DO. Made a big pot of chicken and rice. I'd like a second one. Not sure what size.

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I recommend getting a 10" deep. I find that I use it more then my 12" oven. Darrell bought his when he was into the scout thing with his boys. We also have several different style frying pans, griddles and muffin pans. The only thing is, they weigh so much so I usually leave most of them at home.

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Richard,

You need to build a chuck box with wheels so the cast iron collection has its own little home. The box could double as extra counter space at the fireside. The more cast iron is used, the better seasoned it gets. Don't forget to make niches for the accessories (lid lifter, special glove, etc.) and there should be room in that monster rig for the table you got last Christmas, right?

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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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I don't remember ever seeing this box yet? Are they a picture on here somewhere?

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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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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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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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