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04/13/2014 01:42PM  
Boys Scouts know how to cook!

I was a a leadership training a couple weekends ago and we made 15 different dutch oven meals.

Was awesome!
 
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OldFingers57
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04/13/2014 02:17PM  
Looks like some good recipes in there. Will have to try a few out this season.
 
AtwaterGA
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05/05/2014 06:20AM  
I love cooking in a Dutch oven. I also got my training in Dutch oven cooking as a Boy Scout leader. The Boy Scouts have really helped spread the use of Dutch ovens. I prefer aluminum ovens.
 
billconner
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05/05/2014 06:44AM  
For years the patrols in our troop cooked on propane camp stoves. We introduced fire cooking for one weekend a year. Two years of that and now most every patrol uses a dutch oven for one or two meals if not all four every month. We estimate we use a ton of charcoal in a year.
 
OldFingers57
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05/05/2014 08:27AM  
I used my DO in Scouts for many years. The boys two favorites were Pineapple Upside down cake and Apple Crisp.
 
OBX2Kayak
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05/05/2014 08:55AM  
Some lip smacking recipes there. Thanks.
 
billconner
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05/05/2014 09:34AM  
My favorite remains old fashioned pot roast. Big hunk of meat, potatoes and carrots and onions - some broth. Start after lunch and by dinner time - yum! Made some beer batter bread in a second DO - great for soaking up that gravy.

Really want to work on perfecting some basic yeast breads, but I think I'd have to put the dough in my sleeping bag to proof it.
 
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