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    Roast Pork in Dutch Oven

    Out camping at Lake Wabamun for the last weekend of summer. Cooking a roast pork with fresh garden carrots and potatoes in my cast iron dutch oven. This oven gets used every time we camp now.
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    Looks good! Good cast iron cookware is hard to beat, in any circumstance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Looks good! Good cast iron cookware is hard to beat, in any circumstance!
    You can't.............period. We use a similar Dutch oven on our smooth top stove.
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    I have a good cast iron dutch oven. I also have my grandmother's cast iron skillet. They last many lifetimes, if cared for properly, and it is neat knowing so many wonderful meals have been prepared in them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I have a good cast iron dutch oven. I also have my grandmother's cast iron skillet. They last many lifetimes, if cared for properly, and it is neat knowing so many wonderful meals have been prepared in them!
    The more they are used the better they are. I have seen too many people throw away a perfectly good Dutch Oven for a new one.
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    My cast skillets are many many years old too. I have a cast griddle for pancakes that I use sometimes. The dutch oven is a new addition to my camping gear. Good thing I'm not back packing.:eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvel Loafer View Post
    My cast skillets are many many years old too. I have a cast griddle for pancakes that I use sometimes. The dutch oven is a new addition to my camping gear. Good thing I'm not back packing.:eek:

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    I couldn't help laughing at this. Yes, the one drawback to good cast iton is the weight. I could just picture some of us trying tp backback up hills, etc., carrying our good cookware. I might be the first one complaining if we tried to do that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carvel Loafer View Post
    My cast skillets are many many years old too. I have a cast griddle for pancakes that I use sometimes. The dutch oven is a new addition to my camping gear. Good thing I'm not back packing.:eek:

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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    I couldn't help laughing at this. Yes, the one drawback to good cast iton is the weight. I could just picture some of us trying tp backback up hills, etc., carrying our good cookware. I might be the first one complaining if we tried to do that!
    That's why we have MRE's.

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