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Cabin Cooking - Rustic Cast Iron and Dutch Oven Recipes - cover

Cabin Cooking - Rustic Cast Iron and Dutch Oven Recipes

Colleen Sloan

Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Summary

From the “First Lady of Cast Iron Cooking,” 150 rustic recipes you can whip up inside in your oven or outdoors over a campfire. Grab your skillet and fire up the coals! Next time you need to feed hungry campers, give some of this classic cabin cuisine a try. Cream Soda Biscuits, Hootenanny Pancakes, Calico Beans, You Wish It Were Chicken Legs, and Cowgirl Apple-Pie Cake are just a sampling of the lip-smacking cast-iron and Dutch oven dishes you’ll enjoy. Inside you’ll also find tips on properly stoking your campfire and maintaining your skillet or Dutch oven, and each recipe features icons detailing the cooking methods you can use to prepare the dish.
Available since: 03/05/2012.
Print length: 176 pages.

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