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04 May

Cooking With Fats and Oils

Fats and Oils Full Credits to Glen Carman for writing this post. Fats and oils are an important components to cooking, the terms in their simplest form is, fat is solid at room temperature (lard is a good example) and oils are liquid at room temperature (olive oil being a good example) today these terms

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03 Apr

Sour Dough Cinnamon Rolls In A Cast Iron Skillet

This is a really good recipe for sour dough cinnamon rolls Every once in a while a really good recipe comes around, and with a little adjusting here and there by leaving this out and adding that, we have something that everyone should enjoy. When adding yeast to any recipe,always be sure to test your

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02 Apr

Reference on Measurements

Since this book is on American cooking I prefer to stick with the standard “American” measurements, despite the metric system slowly taking over. Most of us still use those measurements and most likely will keep using them for the foreseeable future, this is the system most of the old cook books we get our recipes

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31 Mar

Baking Pan Size Versus Dutch Oven Reference

As I always tell people you really don’t need dutch oven recipes because any recipe you cook in one becomes a dutch oven recipe.   One of the problems one runs into when using a dutch oven for recipes out of modern cook books or even older ones, is trying to figure out what oven

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20 Mar

Wood Coals And Dutch Ovens

Credits to Glen Carman   In Dutch oven cooking we often talk about cooking with either wood coals or charcoal, but in reality, they are the same thing. Wood coals being charcoal we make ourselves on demand, charcoal most often referring to pre-manufactured charcoal. Strictly speaking charcoal is an organic substance (aka a living or

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02 Mar

Campfire Cooking Made Easy

Maybe you’re new to campfire cooking.  Maybe you’ve cooked on a campfire, but not for a long time– say, since your last boy scout/girl scout adventure. Part of the fun of real camping is eating something that you’ve made, not ordered.  Cooking edible meals on a campfire should be simple, fun, and something anyone can

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