Easy Pot Roast While At Camp Cooking Yankee pot roast outdoors in a dutch oven is one of the great things about cooking outdoors on a nice day is taking your time and enjoying the smell of the charcoal and food while enjoying a few craft beers. So today I decided to make Yankee Pot […]
I’ve been watching a lot of korean soups/stews and I like them. So I decided to try one of them out; this is a beef short rib soup / stew korean style. I found a variation from the traditional dish which is more clear and precise than what I made but equally as good. This […]
Baking An Apple Cranberry Pie Outdoors Is The Best With harvest season almost to a close, I had a bag of fresh cranberries and couldn’t figure out what to make with it. So I looked at my dutch oven and pie plate and thought that a apple cranberry pie would be a nice challenge cooking […]
Now this is a killer dish for your 12 inch Lodge dutch oven. It’s a low & slow braised lamb shanks using a stout beer to really bring out the qualities of the lamb. For the beer, I used Picaroon’s Timber Hog, but don’t worry the stout won’t make this a heavy dish at all.
We try out a deep dish pizza using the cast iron dutch oven. We got two parts to this: the crust & toppings to prepare. I tried to get everything done in the dutch oven, but you’ll need a few bowls. The dough is pretty simple and can be made after you’ve lit the coals.
What better way to get some outdoor cast iron dutch oven cooking is after a snow storm. After my shoveling was done, I headed out back and got the firepit going. I was going to make a Balsamic Braised Chicken dish. But stumbled onto this variation which included not only Balsamic, but red wine & […]
Here’s a great base chili that you can augment to your taste/heat. We were camping in Maine and decided that this would provide a great meal. This will feed up to 6 people and cost a little over 20$ to gather all of the groceries.
Time to get busy and use our cast iron dutch oven and make us some pork stew and pair this with a craft beer. Let’s get to it! First, I’m using a standard beef stew and substituting it with cubed pork.