The Best Dutch Oven Camp Cooking - August 2022

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All the benefits of cast iron wrapped on your favorite vibrant colors.

  • The ceramic surface eliminates the need to season cast iron.
  • The cast iron vessel has exceptional heat distribution and retention, evenly heating underside, sidewalls, and even lid.
  • Two layers of very difficult, gloss ceramic enamel are chip resistant but not chip proof.
  • Use for virtually any cooking procedure, and to marinate, refrigerate, and freeze.
  • Can be used on gas, electric, ceramic, and induction cooktops, as well as from the oven.

Wrought iron, such as the ones that your grandma used, still ranks as one of the very best cooking utensils ever produced.

  • Pre-seasoned, prepared to use complete.
  • Superior heat retention and even cooking.
  • Virtual semi surface.
  • Brutally demanding for decades of cooking.
  • Can be used in gas, electric, ceramic, and induction cooktops, as well as in the oven.

Lodge Manufacturing is really a non toxic waste flow foundry. Lodge designed a vegetable oil recycler to its seasoning process to decrease waste and the jojoba oil is recycled and used as a humanist generator. Lodge uses biodegradable and recycled packing materials as well as also the foundry sand used in the casting process is reused and recycled. Lodge has assembled water settling ponds which support animal and plant life while it also functions to purify the water that flows out of your foundry grounds.

Lodge is the oldest family-owned cookware foundry in the us. Since 1896, the Lodge family has been casting superior iron cookware in their Tennessee foundry. Beginning with raw materials and ending using their seasoning process, they continue to improve over the highest quality criteria that move in every piece they make. Since the only American producer of cast iron cookware, they are pleased to carry on the heritage start

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Louise Davidson

Louise Davidson is a passionate cook that enjoys simple flavors and easy-to-make meals. She lives in Tennessee with her husband, her three grown children, her two dogs, along with also the familyand#x2019;s feline Whiskers. She loves the outdoor and has mastered the craft of camp cooking on open fires and barbecue grills.

In colder months, she likes to whip up a few slow cooker dishes, and utilizes her favourite cooking tools inside her kitchen, the cast iron utensils, and also Dutch oven. She also is quite busy preparing Christmas treats for her extended family and friends. She gets busy baking for the holiday season sometimes as early as October. Her recipes are treasured by everybody who's tasted her meals and holiday treats.

Louise is a part time writer of cookbooks, sharing her love of food, her experience, and her loved ones’s secret recipes with her readers.

She also loves to learn and share tips and secrets to produce life.

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Christine Conners

In was Summer 1995 if a gaggle of backpackers, resting in their trek across the Pacific Crest Trail, provided the inspiration for Tim and Christine's first publication: Lipsmackin' Backpackin'.

The success of Lipsmackin' Backpackin' resulted in subsequent additions to the Lipsmackin' series, such as the latest, Lipsmackin' Auto Campin' (Spring 2013 launch), and the inception of a run of popular outside cookbooks to the Scouting world beginning with The Scout's Outdoor Cookbook in 2008.

It goes without saying that Tim and Christine adore the outdoors and also, in particular, the high mountains of the Eastern and Western United States. They have backpacked the Appalachian Trail long stretches of the Pacific Crest Trail and, more recently with their four children.

Tim and Christine assist to conserve and protect the nation's long foot paths as Course Guardians in the Pacific Crest Trail Association and as members of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy and North Country Trail Association. In which among other items, they have the chance to check the outdoor culinary hints on Troop 340, they serve as leaders in Boy Scouts of America!

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Happy Campin'!

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Robin Donovan

Robin Donovan is a food writer, blogger, and recipe developer. She is the author of many cookbooks, including the bestselling Campfire Cuisine: Gourmet Recipes for the Great Outdoors; The Lazy Gourmet: Gorgeous Foods Made Easy; as well as also the New York Times bestseller Dr. Gott's No Flour No Sugar Diet. Her food writing has appeared in Cooking Light, Fitness, San Jose Mercury News, San Francisco Chronicle, and so forth. Her love of cast iron burner runs deep and she's been known not just to cook each meal in cast iron for months on end, but to take her cast-iron skillets on wide including outdoor experiences where she cooks up a few of the very best campfire food you can imagine. She lives in the Bay Area with her husband and kid and blogs around super simple recipes for tasty meals at

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