Tag Archives: Cooking

Temperature Control – Key to Successful Baking

Temperature control is critical for successful baking in our outdoor kitchens and is super important when baking anything, especially bread. ¬†After all that work to knead the bread and shape it, who wants to take any chance of burning that … Continue reading

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Trial and Error, an Ongoing Process

As my better-half and I continue our journey towards competing in an IDOS 3-Pot Cook Off, we decided to prepare two recipes at our local Dutch Oven Gathering with the Prairie Dog Chapter of the Lone Star Dutch Oven Society. … Continue reading

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26 States and Canada!

This year’s National Dutch Oven Gathering in Wooster Ohio will have dutch oven chefs from 26 states and Canada! We will be representing Texas and are curious to find out who traveled the farthest to attend. Our trip will be … Continue reading

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#7 Reasons to attend the National Dutch Oven Gathering (DOG)

Contests! OK, I admit that every Dutch Oven Chef (DOC) that I have met is friendlier than is possible without being sweeter than a sticky bun and does NOT have a competitive bone in his or her body. However, I … Continue reading

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