My Peach Cobbler

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callshot

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This first picture is what I use as a stove top. It's a disk blade and it shows the legs that are part of a conveyor chain from a potato harvester.
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Here you can see it with the legs attached.
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This is a homemade charcoal starter.
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Poor boy lid lifting attachment.
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I copied sixshot's idea of charcoal below and above the dutch oven. I also used sixshot's recipe along with his supervision.
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As you can see, you can't ruin anything in a dutch oven!
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This plate was for my wife. Her second bowl looked almost identical to this one! The bowl that sixshot had was also identical to this one. It didn't last a few hours before it was completely eliminated. (I would have taken a picture of sixshot eating his, but my camera doesn't have a wide angle lens) :lol:

I'm having trouble keeping up with everything sixshot wants me to do - shooting, casting bullets and now cooking?! That's what great friends are for.
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Wyandot Jim

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You two guys are making me gain weight from just looking at the pictures. :roll: :roll:
I might just have to go buy some ovens. I have cast iron pots but no ovens :( :( Nice stand ya got there also.
Jim
 

COR

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I wonder if the badgers smell the cobbler and know it's ok to venture out...

damn I gotta try that recipe. I can almost smell it.
 

mt

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If you mess up and bring that disc to Texas, we could lay it on some coals and cook up a mess of fajita's with onions and some tortilla's. Add some cold beverages and anyone left standing could make dessert. :D

mt
 

sixshot

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Callshots (cantshoot) first venture into the dutch oven world was a rousing success, I would have eaten more but its hard to swallow when someone has a choke hold on you! :wink: He did good with very little help from me, now its just practice, practice, practice........and share. :lol:

Dick
 

45Colt_Man

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As an old farm boy, I appreciate your efforts to keep those old farm implements in use. Looks good, so did the cobbler. Thanks for sharing.

Dana
 

contender

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Y'all keep this up & I'm gonna become a neighbor to y'all. Of course,, I'll have to spend a lot of time hiking around that neighborhood to keep the weight down. So,, a bit of continual hunting should do the trick.
Callshot,,,, ya done good!
 

gb6491

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Innovative use of materials in that stove top; looks to be some nice welding as well. Cobbler looks delicious :)
Regards,
Greg
 

callshot

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I just made another one. I have some fresh peaches that needed to be used. It rained for about 5 minutes. Just enough to frustrate me some. The cobbler turned out just the same as the other one, so I won't post any pictures. One of the neighbors came by to check things out. I gave him a bowl full with ice cream. He ate it and left $5.00 and a big thank you. His wife passed on a year ago, and he hadn't had anything like that for a long time. I guess that I am not an amateur any longer. I hate jumping to the professional level this soon. I really hate to pass Sixshot up at something that is his specialty, since I know that if he shoots at me, he will most likely do me in. I don't mind being dead, I just don't want him to have the last word and any bragging rights about shooting bears, badgers and ME.
 

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