Comments on: Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/ The Intersection of Design & Motherhood Wed, 09 Apr 2014 19:40:35 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.5.1 By: Grill Chef - World Renowned Amateur http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-883685 Grill Chef - World Renowned Amateur Tue, 08 Apr 2014 21:22:46 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-883685 [...] Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking [...]

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By: Nihal http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-849202 Nihal Sat, 15 Feb 2014 14:14:47 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-849202 Do you think on can season it on the grill instead of oven? we don’t have an oven and I am considering to get a dutch oven instead for bread baking and cooking.

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By: Blog Review: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking | Texas Iron Chef http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-836841 Blog Review: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking | Texas Iron Chef Fri, 24 Jan 2014 22:59:06 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-836841 [...] link to Gabrielle Blair’s website Design Mom and the post in August 2013 by Lindsey Johnson, 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking.  So, I clicked the link and immediately loved what I saw.  Kudos to Lindsey Johnson for writing [...]

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By: Pattiemelt http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-831129 Pattiemelt Tue, 14 Jan 2014 19:38:23 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-831129 To make cleanup easier, I always coat the outside of the oven with dishwashing detergent, like Dawn. You can also take a bar of soap & rub all over the outside before you fill the oven with food – it’s easier to do while the pot is empty.

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By: Kate http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-823274 Kate Fri, 03 Jan 2014 03:09:34 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-823274 Hey! You’re missing the whole amazing thing about a chimney starter! I’ve used charcoal chimneys for years because there never is a need for lighter fluid if you use them correctly. Stuff the bottom small chamber loosely with newspaper. Flip it over and fill the large chamber with charcoal. Light the paper underneath with a match and the paper will ignite the coals brilliantly. Hope this helps!
Thanks for the tutorial on the Dutch oven. I have one just like that and haven’t ever used it. I’m going to now!

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By: Eco Snippets » 15 Secrets To Dutch Oven Cooking http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-774852 Eco Snippets » 15 Secrets To Dutch Oven Cooking Thu, 07 Nov 2013 15:00:42 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-774852 [...] More Details Here [...]

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By: What Is The Best Dutch Oven For Camping | A Listly List http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-758290 What Is The Best Dutch Oven For Camping | A Listly List Sat, 12 Oct 2013 10:44:14 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-758290 [...] Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking [...]

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By: shay walker http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-756695 shay walker Wed, 09 Oct 2013 23:06:58 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-756695 IF you putt cabig on the bottom rosts wont stick and the tast wil be no diferent.

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By: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking - SHTF Preparedness http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-752316 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking - SHTF Preparedness Tue, 01 Oct 2013 13:12:45 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-752316 [...] 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking [...]

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By: Melanie http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-743542 Melanie Mon, 23 Sep 2013 14:40:53 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-743542 If I were to make the chicken Provencal stew at home versus over a campfire, what is the recommended cooking temp and time ? I just got a dutch oven for my wedding shower and can’t wait to use it, and don’t want to wait for a camping trip :) Thanks!

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By: Leslie http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-736179 Leslie Tue, 17 Sep 2013 04:03:20 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-736179 I have cooked in DOs for many years. Just remember that each standard charcoal briquette equals roughly 10 degrees. If you want a 350 degree DO, you need to keep 35 hot briquettes divided between the top and bottom. I always start a chimney going as soon as I get my DO started to make sure I won’t run out of hot coals. Rancid, sticky DOs can be thrown in a bonfire to burn off the sticky junk. You have to reseason after. NEVER use spray oil, such as PAM.

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By: Chili Weekend | Around the World in 365 http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-732285 Chili Weekend | Around the World in 365 Fri, 13 Sep 2013 13:13:56 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-732285 [...] Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking (designmom.com) [...]

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By: Ivy http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-718596 Ivy Wed, 04 Sep 2013 22:23:57 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-718596 Use a few self lighting charcoals throughout regular briquets and you won’t need lighter fluid. Seal leftover self lighter charcoal in plastic gallon ziplock bags for preservation or it will evaporate. Rancid castware cleaning, depends upon how long it was stored and what was used oil, shortening, or lard. Sometimes, you just have to give up on the seasoning in order to get rid the rancid taste wand smell, then you’ll need stainless steel scrubber—never steel wool as it dusts. Be prepared to reseason after washing with the scrubber–do it right after cleaning or it will rust. Be sure to dry the pan and lid well and

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By: Ivy http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-718573 Ivy Wed, 04 Sep 2013 22:07:59 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-718573 When baking, rotate the lid clockwise and the bottom counterclock every 5 minutes during baking. Cakes, danish, biscuits, and yeast breads turn out even golden brown with no uneven cooking. Place a piepan upside down or trivit in the bottom of the dutch oven. Place biscuits or cake in cake pan on top of upside pan. This allows for air flow and bakes faster with clean up limited to the cake pan and not the dutch oven. Don’t need to mess with foil this way so less trash for the environment. Using the pans also allows for assembly line cooking. Take finished pan of food out and slip in the next pan. I do this quite a bit when teaching dutch oven cooking for young scouts during daycamp. It is a little bit of trial and error to get the pans to fit the different dutch oven sizes but it’s not hard, just measure. Love outdoor cooking!

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By: The Sunday Survival Buzz – Volume 80 | Crisis Education http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-718073 The Sunday Survival Buzz – Volume 80 | Crisis Education Wed, 04 Sep 2013 16:17:25 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-718073 [...] Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking: This is an excellent article on cooking outdoors using a Dutch oven. [...]

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By: Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking | Bill And Bens HydroWorld http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-717668 Living Well: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking | Bill And Bens HydroWorld Wed, 04 Sep 2013 11:56:18 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-717668 [...] See on http://www.designmom.com [...]

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By: rusty http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-716810 rusty Wed, 04 Sep 2013 01:22:29 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-716810 love the article. as for the chimney starter, someone mentioned that using newspaper yielded too much ash. they’re correct – it’s simply too light (i swear that pun wasn’t intended…). i find the best paper to use is heavy brown paper like that from paper grocery bags and some brands of lump charcoal. i specifically seek out those brands of all natural lump charcoal bagged in brown paper and store the bags folded and ready to be ripped into strips in a large plastic tub right next to my big green egg. never need fluid starter.

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By: 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking – The News Doctors http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-714848 15 Secrets to Dutch Oven Cooking – The News Doctors Mon, 02 Sep 2013 23:47:35 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-714848 [...] http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/ [...]

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By: Lindsey Johnson http://www.designmom.com/2013/08/living-well-15-secrets-to-dutch-oven-cooking/comment-page-1/#comment-714552 Lindsey Johnson Mon, 02 Sep 2013 19:04:11 +0000 http://www.designmom.com/?p=39638#comment-714552 Annette, try giving it a good scrub with steel wool, if necessary and season again using solid shortening. Sometimes the oil can go rancid and smell bad. It also can leave a sticky residue. But after it’s been seasoned and after each use, rub the inside with vegetable oil.

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