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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby wingnut » Mon Apr 16, 2012 10:44 pm

Hey, it's like Woodbutcher says, if you can drop the feet through the stove or oven racks, then you're a Grues. :beer:
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby bobhenry » Tue Apr 17, 2012 6:23 am

GerryS wrote:
bobhenry wrote:I made ice cream in mine for the cast iron cooking seminar I gave at the Crossroads of America gathering.

No stove top or oven needed ! :D


I got to hear about this!!!!


http://www.dutchovendave.com/recipes/dutch_oven_ice_cream.pdf

I had a big bell shaped bean pot and used a large glass jar to contain my ice cream mix and placed the ice in the pot. Be sure and wash the cast iron right away as the salt loves cast iron.
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby suckerpunched » Sun Apr 22, 2012 7:22 pm

The hell with spellcheck,,,,,I know what slow is saying......
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby working on it » Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:00 pm

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It is pitch black. You are likely to be eaten by a grue.
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby chezrad » Sun Apr 22, 2012 9:09 pm

So the answer is, yes you can use a Dutch Oven indoors. In and oven the heating elements replace the coals on top and on bottom. On a stovetop, the heating element replaces the coals underneath, Everything else works the same.

I use mine indoors in my fireplace in the winter. Does, that count?
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby bobhenry » Mon Apr 23, 2012 7:28 am

Made an apple dump cake in the cast iron last night using the oven.

I think I learned something....

I set the oven for 400 degrees to get things really rolling and after about 15 minutes dialed back to 350. In about 40 minutes total the cake was tooth pick tested and it came out clean so I called it done. It sat warm in the cast iron while we ate dinner and it was warm and great when served as dessert.
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby GerryS » Wed Apr 25, 2012 8:53 pm

bobhenry wrote:I had a big bell shaped bean pot and used a large glass jar to contain my ice cream mix and placed the ice in the pot. Be sure and wash the cast iron right away as the salt loves cast iron.


That was my first thought. Cast iron rusts pretty easily....salt water seems risky especially when out with booze, friends, and no particular place to be...

The recipe is similar to "vita mix" ice cream...
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby nrody » Thu Apr 26, 2012 10:44 am

Slow we love the way you spell. The best part is we all know exactly what you are saying and most of it makes sense. :shock:
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby Gary and Cheri » Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:09 pm

I taught school for 32 years and one of my certifications is Reading and Spelling. There has been some discussion within education circles that the english language is overly difficult because of the way we spell our words. Who ever heard of a "P" sounding like an "F" or letters that have no sound at all. One suggestion is that we should rewrite the dictionary so that all words are spelled phonetically. I think Slow is just way ahead of his time. Keep it up Slow I love the way your inventive mind works and I truely hope that I get to meet you in person some day.

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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby CAJUN LADY » Thu Apr 26, 2012 12:12 pm

slowcowboy wrote:it could mean a proffesional who knows. I still have no clue what the proper spelling is though. I really don't think about this as I type. I nevere had much interest or thought in to the importance of spleing.

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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby Maureenm » Thu Apr 26, 2012 8:09 pm

And you all know that "ghoti" is pronounced "fish", right?

Gh as in laugh, O as in women, and ti as in nation!

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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby campmaster-k » Fri Apr 27, 2012 3:33 pm

I went to school to be a teacher. I did not become one for various reasons but I did however manage to end up with a Liberal Studies degree with an emphasis in Literature. the funny thing is I did 5 years of serious amounts of reading and writing in our weird language. I still to this day had to look up (emphasis and Literature) when I wrote the second sentence. I have never been good at spelling and it seems by now that I will never be.

There is a good book about this subject called "Crazy English".
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby DragonFire » Sat Apr 28, 2012 12:04 am

I was thinking that Slow could start a DO club at Walk the Winds...the Dutch Oven Grues. We all know what it means..but others... :?
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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby sagebrush » Sat Apr 28, 2012 8:42 am

[quote="Maureenm"]And you all know that "ghoti" is pronounced "fish", right?

Gh as in laugh, O as in women, and ti as in nation!

:o We musta went to the same grammer school :lol: ;)

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Re: to the dutch owen grues.

Postby Dale M. » Sun Apr 29, 2012 10:30 am

campmaster-k wrote:I went to school to be a teacher. I did not become one for various reasons but I did however manage to end up with a Liberal Studies degree with an emphasis in Literature. the funny thing is I did 5 years of serious amounts of reading and writing in our weird language. I still to this day had to look up (emphasis and Literature) when I wrote the second sentence. I have never been good at spelling and it seems by now that I will never be.

There is a good book about this subject called "Crazy English".


Ahem....

http://www.microspell.com/

But you also have to know if spell check is actually supplying "correct" word, not just spelling "a word correctly'... To quick to accept "a correctly spelled word"can also get you into trouble....

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