Amish Country Dutch Oven Cooking

We began to wonder how folks in the region tame a wild hair and, after following a few leads, enrolled ourselves in a Dutch oven cooking class. It turned out to be quite the gathering.

Old-fashioned ovens were set in different scenarios, hanging on hooks, stacked on top of each other or alone over beds of coals. We were given the scoop on all the secrets of Dutch oven cookery from some of the area’s finest outdoor chefs.

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11 thoughts on “Amish Country Dutch Oven Cooking”

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  3. That class looks like a hoot! I use my cast iron soup pot to not only make a stew, but brisket, bread, and I have cooked all on the bbq.

  4. How soon we forget that our forefathers used to bake on the hearth with those things. Not just on the campfire.

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