Dutch Ovens Chronicled: Their Use in the United States

Dutch Ovens Chronicled: Their Use in the United States

by John G. Ragsdale
     
 

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When a significant number of Americans had to prepare meals in the out of doors—colonists, pioneers moving west, cowboys working the range, or sheep herders—they needed something portable to cook their food in. Iron casters filled that need by turning out various pots, pans, and ovens to be carried to cabins, campfires, wagon trains, and camping trails.

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When a significant number of Americans had to prepare meals in the out of doors—colonists, pioneers moving west, cowboys working the range, or sheep herders—they needed something portable to cook their food in. Iron casters filled that need by turning out various pots, pans, and ovens to be carried to cabins, campfires, wagon trains, and camping trails. One such vessel was the Dutch oven, which had been in use for generations.

Dutch Ovens Chronicled offers a history of the development, care, and use of these ovens, complete with photos and recipes. This authoritative, informative, and eminently readable guide will be appreciated by outdoor enthusiasts, antiquarians, and history buffs alike.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557286901
Publisher:
University of Arkansas Press
Publication date:
09/01/2015
Edition description:
1
Pages:
120
Sales rank:
1,331,473
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.20(d)

Meet the Author

John G. Ragsdale graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1947 with an engineering degree. He worked as a petroleum engineer in several states and Canada before retiring in 1992. He has served for many years as a volunteer at local and national events for the Boy Scouts of America. He is the author of Camper’s Guide to Outdoor Cooking.

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