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Old 09-10-2003, 05:45 PM
Vince Poroke
 
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Damn was it delicious. I made a pork chop casserole in a 7 qt Dutch
oven in my oven. It was tender and delicious. There was a flavor
there that added a complexity that I don't know if I could have
achieved with any other cooking utensil. I put the Dutch oven on the
stove and heated some olive oil. Browned the chops, what was great it
that the cooking was even so it was a consistent Maillard coloring.
Took them out and caramelized some onion slices, threw in some
shallots and garlic until they were soft. I deglazed the oven with
chicken stock and wine. I poured in some cream, fresh sage and thyme
and stirred then added the chops. Covered it and threw it in the oven
on 275 for an hour and 15. I cooked some stovetop stuffing. I
removed the Dutch oven, gave the sauce a stir and added a little milk
because it was getting a little thick. I poured in some peas and
carrot and covered each chop with the stuffing. I put it back in the
oven uncovered for 15 minutes and 325. I understand that it may sound
strange but it was absolutely perfect. It was a new Dutch Oven with
only two seasons to it so the food stuck here and there but no more
than any casserole dish. Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.

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Old 09-10-2003, 06:16 PM
BOB
 
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Vince Poroke typed:
Damn was it delicious. I made a pork chop casserole in a 7 qt Dutch
oven in my oven. It was tender and delicious. There was a flavor
there that added a complexity that I don't know if I could have
achieved with any other cooking utensil. I put the Dutch oven on the
stove and heated some olive oil. Browned the chops, what was great it
that the cooking was even so it was a consistent Maillard coloring.
Took them out and caramelized some onion slices, threw in some
shallots and garlic until they were soft. I deglazed the oven with
chicken stock and wine. I poured in some cream, fresh sage and thyme
and stirred then added the chops. Covered it and threw it in the oven
on 275 for an hour and 15. I cooked some stovetop stuffing. I
removed the Dutch oven, gave the sauce a stir and added a little milk
because it was getting a little thick. I poured in some peas and
carrot and covered each chop with the stuffing. I put it back in the
oven uncovered for 15 minutes and 325. I understand that it may sound
strange but it was absolutely perfect. It was a new Dutch Oven with
only two seasons to it so the food stuck here and there but no more
than any casserole dish. Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.


My brother cooks in his Dutch oven all the time. He sent me this link:
http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm and says that all that he has
tried are great. I haven't tried any, I prefer my Kamado grills.

BOB
ps, I have eaten several of the cobblers that he said came from this
list...they were great


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Old 09-10-2003, 09:37 PM
Gar
 
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On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:16:54 -0400, " BOB" wrote:

Vince Poroke typed:
Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.


My brother cooks in his Dutch oven all the time. He sent me this link:
http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm and says that all that he has
tried are great. I haven't tried any, I prefer my Kamado grills.

BOB
ps, I have eaten several of the cobblers that he said came from this
list...they were great


I don't have Vince Poroke's post anymore so I'm tagging on here.
Please excuse the interuption. g The camping, hiking and other
outdoor groups have discussions on DO cooking. Kinda interesting
seeing formulas for how many briquetts on the cover to create a
specific temp. They have useful links also.

Gar
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Old 09-10-2003, 11:42 PM
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Gar Gar typed:
On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:16:54 -0400, " BOB" wrote:

Vince Poroke typed:
Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.


My brother cooks in his Dutch oven all the time. He sent me this link:
http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm and says that all that he

has
tried are great. I haven't tried any, I prefer my Kamado grills.

BOB
ps, I have eaten several of the cobblers that he said came from this
list...they were great


I don't have Vince Poroke's post anymore so I'm tagging on here.
Please excuse the interuption. g The camping, hiking and other
outdoor groups have discussions on DO cooking. Kinda interesting
seeing formulas for how many briquetts on the cover to create a
specific temp. They have useful links also.

Gar


I'd forgotten about those groups...Here's a link I found written on a scrap
of paper with some camping equipment:
http://www.macscouter.com/Cooking/DutchOven.html
I believe it was posted some time ago in one of those groups.

BOB


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Old 10-10-2003, 06:05 AM
Carnivore269
 
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" BOB" wrote in message ...
Gar Gar typed:
On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:16:54 -0400, " BOB" wrote:

Vince Poroke typed:
Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.

My brother cooks in his Dutch oven all the time. He sent me this link:
http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm and says that all that he

has
tried are great. I haven't tried any, I prefer my Kamado grills.

BOB
ps, I have eaten several of the cobblers that he said came from this
list...they were great


I don't have Vince Poroke's post anymore so I'm tagging on here.
Please excuse the interuption. g The camping, hiking and other
outdoor groups have discussions on DO cooking. Kinda interesting
seeing formulas for how many briquetts on the cover to create a
specific temp. They have useful links also.

Gar


I'd forgotten about those groups...Here's a link I found written on a scrap
of paper with some camping equipment:
http://www.macscouter.com/Cooking/DutchOven.html
I believe it was posted some time ago in one of those groups.

BOB


Hey!
Thanks for posting that link. :-)
I love my dutch oven but have never used it for camp cooking!
I want to do more camping with my dad now that the weather is cooler here.

C.


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Old 10-10-2003, 06:08 AM
Vince Poroke
 
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Gar wrote in message . ..
On Thu, 9 Oct 2003 13:16:54 -0400, " BOB" wrote:

Vince Poroke typed:
Let me know if any one has any other tried
Dutch oven recipes.


My brother cooks in his Dutch oven all the time. He sent me this link:
http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm and says that all that he has
tried are great. I haven't tried any, I prefer my Kamado grills.

BOB
ps, I have eaten several of the cobblers that he said came from this
list...they were great


I don't have Vince Poroke's post anymore so I'm tagging on here.
Please excuse the interuption. g The camping, hiking and other
outdoor groups have discussions on DO cooking. Kinda interesting
seeing formulas for how many briquetts on the cover to create a
specific temp. They have useful links also.

Gar


I thought that was fasinating when I read that. Very impressive. 2
coals equals 25 degrees I believe.


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