Here it is - my dutch oven cook book with all the dutch oven recipes I could find. Everything from chicken recipes to dessert recipes for you to have a go at on your next camping trip. Dutch ovens let you get away with easy cooking so give these a try. I'd love to hear back from you on your results or if you have questions about any of these dutch oven recipes. I'm always looking for more to add, so drop me a recipe if you have one to share. For help with dutch oven temperatures and coal placement, see my Heat Settings page. If you want to cook a hearty chicken dinner or an easy dessert in your dutch oven, these recipes will help you create great food for your friends.
Mark's Black Pot: Dutch Oven Recipes & CookingFishing - Fly Fishing, Bass, Lake Reports, Trout, Crappie, Salmon, Tips, MoreRoasted Red Pepper PenneI promise that I am showing you the 4th post (in a row) full of red food with good reason. As a self-proclaimed tomato sauce hater, I’ve just about had enough. Enough tomatoes, enough sauce, enough chili… enough enough enough. I have two giant tubs of chili frozen in my freezer, and at this rate I’m hoping they will stay edible for two full years. But at any rate, I did manage to make this pasta dish last week for dinner that I’ve been dying to share with you, red or not. You won’t find me eating raw peppers anytime soon, but I do really love them roasted on top of things like pizza and pasta. We have especially been loving roasted reds lately. And I got in on this too when I started slicing squares of fontina and topping them with the peppers then laying both on buttered toast. All you need to do is throw the peppers under your broiler, char them ’til black, then stuff them in a ziplock bag and let them do their thing. Roasted Red Pepper Penne serves 4 2 large red peppers
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Dutch Oven Madness!DIY 275 Gallon Rainwater CollectionI recently helped my father install a 275 gallon rainwater collection system. The system is based on an industrial 275 gallon container, known as an IBC. You can buy them used, or if you really look around, you can even find them for free. One problem with typical rain-barrels is that they can only collect 55 gallons. This rain storage container collects FIVE times that volume, while not taking up all that much more space than a single rain-barrel. In my area, you can buy used IBCs through Craigslist for about $85 each. Instead of buying them, I found a local bottler who throws them out, because they are plastic containers WITHOUT the metal cages. After washing the container out well, it is ready to be repurposed for rainwater collection. Besides the water container, this project requires other materials, including: Lets get started. EDIT: July 2013, we updated this to TRIPLE the capacity, raised the containers, and made them look really nice.