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  1. General Chat
    I am so angry at this on so many different levels. BBC News - Three Dutch marines captured during rescue in Libya
  2. Cast Iron cooking
    I found this is the local paper and plan to make it this week *** If you wanted to save some time, you could skip the browning step. But it does help produce a more flavorful sauce and speeds cooking. Roasted chicken with root vegetables and garlic 1 teaspoon garlic powder 2 teaspoons...
  3. Question and Answer
    Been cleaning out the kitchen and my sister gave me hers a few months ago. I don't think she ever used it. (it was a gift to her) My question is at the top part of the material(for lack of a better word) it's like some peeled off of it. I wasn't sure if this was safe to use or not. Don't know...
  4. Kitchen Basics
    This thread is for those who requested recipes from my area and for those who just want good home cooking! These recipes are rich in history and are dear to the people who reside here. Restaurants around here are brimming with all the trimmings. Most have a crock of apple butter right on your...
  5. Apples
    Dutch Apple Wedges Recipe DescriptionThis is a recipe I came across when searching for something different to use up apples other than the usual crisps and pies. It was so good we make it all the time now. Preparation Steps:Heat oven to 350 degrees. Level of...
  6. Cast Iron cooking
    I bought one today. Do you have one? how do you like it? what do you make it it?
  7. Cast Iron cooking
    We were watching paula Dean yesterday, and she was talking about a dutch oven. What she showed, to me, wasn't a dutch oven..lol.. Not according to out manufacturers anyway. What is it?
  8. Freebies
    seems like every day a new restaurant is popping up somewhere in Central Oregon. So many, it's hard to get around to trying everything. So we ask you, our loyal visitors, to share your experience with everyone else. Beginning this spring we will launch our Dining Review Section. Complete the...
  9. Freebies
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  10. Food Articles
    Pioneer Cooking When you think of a cast iron Dutch oven, what comes to your mind? Pioneer cooking? Stews over the open fire? Of course both are true, but they are still very much in use today and as for the Dutch oven, the possibilities are endless. Dutch ovens can be used for frying...
  11. Kitchen Basics
    Recipes~http://www.idos.com/Recipes/archives/recarc.htm
  12. Household notebooks and home manuals
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  13. Homesteading and gardening
    I want a Dutch oven and that will be the next item I purchase for our homestead. In case of emergencies, one could light a fire and cook pretty much anything in it. Do you have one or want one? Here is a website with lots of information on it along with many recipes...
  14. Homesteading and gardening
    Does anyone remember the Dutch ovens from the past or do you have one now. On my wish list is one because I use to cook in one and the food was absolutely scrumptious. Here is a website that has oodles of recipes specific to Dutch ovens...
  15. Apples
    Apple Butter 2 qt. apple cider 3 1/2 lbs. cooking apples 3 cups sugar 2 tsp. each allspice and cloves 1 tbsp. cinnamon 1/4 salt Boil cider 15 mins. Add apples, cut in eighths. Cook until tender. Put through a sieve to remove peel and seeds. Return to kettle; add sugar, spices and salt...
  16. Camping, RV's, Trailers, Outdoor Living
    ISO menu ideas for camping trip I'm going camping in 3 weeks with my inlaws and the kiddos. We are going to combine meals so I need some menu ideas. Campfire recipes are not necessary, I have a range and stove in my camper as does MIL. I just need make and take ideas that will feed 4 adults...
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