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    This is something I wrote a few years back for a now defunct forum with Camp Chef. Why the name Dutch Oven? There are different versions of why the name Dutch Oven. One is that it derives from the Pennsylvania Dutch who cooked in them. Another is that a Dutchman invented the casting method by...
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    If you think all cookware is the same, then you've never used a cast iron Dutch oven. Traditionally loved for long, slow cooking of roasts and stews, Dutch ovens are flexible enough to bake cakes and breads, boil sauces, braise meats and even flash-cook entire meals in record time. Humans have...
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    November 1, 2002 - I left New Paltz, NY with mixed emotions. I had really wanted to stay over a few more days and visit New York City. However, I had been keeping a weather eye open and instinct told me that the weatherman was wrong. It was bright and sunny as I left the farm but when I had...
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    DATELINE: El Paso, Texas - October 1, 2000 I am currently traveling on vacation in the Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountains and the American South West. I arrived in Bellingham, Washington on September 16, 2000 after completing my fourth season as Chef on board the M/V (Motor Vessel) Explorer in...
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