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Old 05-27-2008, 09:12 PM
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I was thinking I could make a batch of chili or gumbo and freeze it so all we'd have to do is re-heat it.
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Old 05-27-2008, 09:39 PM
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I really like where this is headed, all the above sounds great.
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Dutch Oven Prime Rib:
http://www.yotatech.com/f174/dutch-o...me-rib-145898/

It would be big bucks, but a 7 rib roast (i.e., a whole rib roast) is usually about 16 lbs, which might do for a hungry group of backcountry dining enthusiasts with some treats for the K9s riding along.

How about a photo to get the taste buds going?



OMG....made it tonight! Couldn't find a bone in so I bought a 6lb Prime rib roast. ($95) It was to die for! Unbelievable doesn't do it justice! Took just short of 2 hours and literally dissolved on the tongue! Lori's sister and BIL are here still and we all ooooohed and ahhhhed through dinner! $16 a pound and worth every penny! Just came n from the now extinguished campfire and had to report. I don't see bringing that grade of meat with me but I think I might do something similar for the group dinner!
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So good it was worthy of a double post.
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I really like where this is headed, all the above sounds great.
I am happy to make something and freeze it. But I'm thinking Monday night I may be just as happy to eat out and crash. What other night might a reheated chili be good, Tuesday?
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So good it was worthy of a double post.
The meat was so good, he still shaking and double clicked the mouse.

I figured a prime rib roast would be expensive, so wonder how a pot roast might do instead? I've heard of some pretty good recipes for pot roast, although the season is usually different (onions instead of garlic, etc).
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That was funny! I don't think I did anything differant when I posted that. You guys were too kind!
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The meat was so good, he still shaking and double clicked the mouse.

I figured a prime rib roast would be expensive, so wonder how a pot roast might do instead? I've heard of some pretty good recipes for pot roast, although the season is usually different (onions instead of garlic, etc).
I want to try a pot roast with taters, carrots, etc.... As juicy and perfectly done that Prime Rib was I would bet other things would work just as well! That was the first thing besides deserts that I ever dutch ovened. I'm sure the old hats/scout masters here that read this posts are totally at me but who cares....old dog has learned a new trick!
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I want to try a pot roast with taters, carrots, etc.... As juicy and perfectly done that Prime Rib was I would bet other things would work just as well! That was the first thing besides deserts that I ever dutch ovened. I'm sure the old hats/scout masters here that read this posts are totally at me but who cares....old dog has learned a new trick!
We've done a few things, chicken-n-rice, a salmon dish, stew and chili. Just about anything can be done in a dutch oven that can be done with a real oven or Crock pot at home. The main problem we have is getting the times right when converting from a regular recipe (although fairly close on Crock pot recipes to the high temp cook time). I think cooking up a couple of good sized pot roasts with onions, carrots, etc. would be a much more reasonable meal.
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I too have a dutch oven we could use for this, if needed, NIB.

And no surprise but for the more random meals we're planning on a steady diet of corn dogs & burritos on the engine pretty much all week... and not the corn dogs that are still in there from Moab, no fresh ones baby.
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