Iron Cooker Updates – May 10th Newsletter

Iron Cooker Newsletter May 10, 2011

Welcome to our newsletter to all new readers.

BBQ GrillWe have had a busy couple weeks here at Iron Cooker.
We are getting our new grills & smokers ready for springtime cooking. We are making plans what to put on sale next for our newsletter readers to have first shot at.
Most of us are digging around in our garages or shed for BBQ supplies we have stored
away for summer time cooking.  Its cast iron cookware, propane grill, hot dogs & hamburger on
a smoking burner never tasted so good.

With that in mind, we have a deal for you.

This spring we are selling our camp chef outdoor cookbook for $12.50.
Not only a great deal at this price but we are paying shipping cost for you.Camp Chef Outdoor Cookbook

I was asked a question yesterday.  If we are giving shipping on one item why not
do it on more. So we looked things over & this is what we have to offer this week.

Log Cabin Grub All Purpose Seasoning $13.99

Camp Chef Cast Iron Conditioner $7.99

we will pay your shipping cost on all three of these items this week

Our garden needs planting ,  fish are jumping in the lake &  camping season

Is here.  Newsletters are a little slower getting out with all this stuff going on but
we will really try to keep things moving along.



Now our recipe that we add to each newsletter.





3 lbs of washed potatoes, more or less, peeled or unpeeled, thinly sliced

2 or 3 medium onions, thinly sliced

6-8 oz. packet of shredded cheese

half gallon of milk

1 or 2 sticks of butter

Salt and pepper

If desired:

Chopped parsley for a bit of color

Paprika for color on top

Warm Dutch oven on fire, wipe inside with small amount of cooking oil. Layer potatoes in bottom of Dutch oven, 3 or 4 layers

deep. Add a thin layer of onions and several pats of butter. Sprinkle on small handful of cheese. Add bits of chopped parsley

randomly in layers for color. Repeat layering process – potatoes, onions, butter, cheese. When all potatoes are used, do not add

cheese or onions to top layer, only butter. Sprinkle top layer with a little salt and touch of pepper to personal taste. Pour in

enough milk to just cover top layer of potatoes. Sprinkle with paprika if desired. Move Dutch oven onto bed of charcoal – 8 to

10 briquets (more in winter) on aluminum foil, shiny side up. Cover oven with lid and put 2 to 3 times as many coals on top.

After a few minutes, contents should be gently bubbling, not boiling. Adjust heat as necessary, probably on bottom. Cook about

45 minutes until potatoes are tender and milk mixture is thick. Add milk as needed to keep from boiling dry before potatoes are