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Stoots

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Just when I think I got a pretty good grasp an most (not ALL) things pertaining to cast iron Dutch Oven deliciousness...

Today I said to myself, "Self, why not try one of Dick's cobbler creations?".

So, I take some peaches, some cake mix, a little sugar, a touch of cinnamon, and some butter. I built a nice fire in the fire pit out back.

Put my DO in the coals, nestled down nicely. Turned after 20 minutes or so.

Here's what I ended up with (served with some vanilla ice cream). By the way, the dark brown is cinnamon, not burnt.

Thanks Dick! This is a whole new definition of good eatin!!!

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Jeff Hoover

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Yep, you're hooked now ! As Callshot says, weigh yourself now, because once you start 'Dutch" cooking, you'll never see that figure again :D .

Very nice looking cobbler, by the way !
 

sixshot

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Stoots, you're tempting me, I can resist about anything but temptation!
Guess I'll have to build a cobbler tomorrow, been wanting to anyway, thanks for the heads up! Sure looks tasty! :D

Dick
 

JWhitmore44

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An old Boy Scout trick for when you make cobbler like this is to line your dutch oven with tin foil. Makes clean up easier :) That looks good !!
 

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Looks great. My cinnamon always turned dark also. It is good to explain that so those who haven't tried this don't miss understand. E-mail sixshot a small piece in case he don't get his cooked. Steve
 

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