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101 Things to Do with a Dutch Oven
     

101 Things to Do with a Dutch Oven

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by Vernon Winterton
 

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With 101 easy recipes to choose from-from breakfast to dessert, including breads and rolls-the Dutch oven might just become the most popular cooking method in your house. Recipes include the Mountain Man Breakfast, Sausage Spinach Wreath, Dutch Oven Stew with spicy Jalapeno Cheese Bread, Caramel Apple Cobbler, Stuffed Pork Roast, Cinnamon Rolls, Dutch Oven Pizza,

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With 101 easy recipes to choose from-from breakfast to dessert, including breads and rolls-the Dutch oven might just become the most popular cooking method in your house. Recipes include the Mountain Man Breakfast, Sausage Spinach Wreath, Dutch Oven Stew with spicy Jalapeno Cheese Bread, Caramel Apple Cobbler, Stuffed Pork Roast, Cinnamon Rolls, Dutch Oven Pizza, Apricot Raspberry Glazed Cornish Hens, and White Chili.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781586857851
Publisher:
Smith, Gibbs Publisher
Publication date:
03/20/2006
Pages:
128
Sales rank:
178,997
Product dimensions:
5.25(w) x 7.25(h) x 0.37(d)
Age Range:
16 Years

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Mountain Man Breakfast

Dutch oven size: 12-inch

1 pound bacon

1 pound sausage

2 packages frozen southern-style hash browns

(not shredded) 1 container (8 ounces) sour cream

4 eggs, beaten

1 pound grated sharp cheddar cheese

In Dutch oven, brown sausage or bacon. Stir in hash browns and cover. Bake 25-30 minutes at 350 degrees using 10 coals on bottom and 14 on top. Stir in sour cream and eggs and pour over hash browns about 5 minutes before they are done. Cover and let cook 5 minutes, or until eggs are cooked through. When done, remove lid and sprinkle cheese over top. Replace lid until cheese melts. Makes 16-20 servings.

Meet the Author

VernonWinterton has been cooking in Dutch ovens for thirty years. He is one of the founding members of the GreaterWasatch Dutch Oven Society and served two years as its assistant director.

Vernon has competed in Dutch oven cook-offs for ten years, qualifying three times to go to the world championships. He and his wife, Barbara, also enjoy entering cook-offs on a local level as well.

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I usually use a "sample" to give the flavor of the text to follow. Since this was a "cookbook" sample, I expected to be given a glimpse of one or so recipes, which I could use to determine if I would indeed benefit from getting this book. Much to my dismay there are only categories of foods listed. In other words, the sample is not a sample at all, just information regarding title, author, publisher, etc., which all books have. I am sure I am not the only person who does not like to buy "sight unseen" merchandise. This may be a great book, but unless I can see some examples of its actual contents I will not buy it!
Jessica Long More than 1 year ago
i wish samples had at least one example of a recipie, i might want to buy more books if i could see something i might use.