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an oven consisting of a metal box for cooking in front of a fire

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iron or earthenware cooking pot

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In a Dutch oven (or other stove-to-oven dish) heat the brown sugar, cornstarch, spice, salt and water together over medium-high until boiling.
COUNTRYSIDE: Regarding Open Hearth Cooking by Wayne Tucker (May/June 2013): You have a picture (#4) of a Dutch oven with a Lodge on the lid.
For many recipes, you just set the dutch oven on top of the hot coats ("bottom heat cooking").
Add onion and 1/4 teaspoon salt to fat left in Dutch oven and cook over medium-high heat until lightly browned, about 5 minutes.
While the dough is rising the last two hours, preheat your Dutch oven with hot coals to around 450[degrees]F.
Hikers would rather not haul a 10-pound dutch oven in their packs - or a 20-pound turkey for that matter.
The Sweet Home Ranger District is offering classes in Dutch oven cooking July 15-18.
Many dutch oven cookbooks on the market are weighty and daunting: not so the 4th updated edition of a near-pocket guide Dutch Oven Cooking, which is perfect for taking along and meal planning for a camping trip.
The cookware pieces in Gibson's collection include Artisan, a 7-quart cast-iron Dutch oven (a Bed, Bath and Beyond exclusive this fall); Edmound, a 5-quart cast-aluminum Dutch oven; Europa, a 5-quart cast-iron Dutch oven with a glass lid; and Aiden, a 5-quart ceramic casserole with a decorated lid.
While the meals may not have always been fancy in the early days of pioneer heritage, modern Dutch oven cooking combines the best of the old- fashioned cooking with unique, modern flavors.
Heat lard in 5- to 6-quart Dutch oven over medium high heat until hot.
The Wagner line will include skillets, grill pans, griddles and a Dutch oven.
Rinse and drain beans; put them in a 3- to 4-quart pan or Dutch oven with 2 quarts water.
Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large Dutch oven over medium heat until hot.
I read a story once where a mule fell off a cliff and the men were more disappointed in the loss of the Dutch oven the mule carried than in the loss of the mule itself.