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An oven constructed of bricks, usually having a circular or oval dome; often located within the hearth of the principal fireplace of a colonial home, usually in a corner of the hearth and a few feet above it. Bake ovens were once an integral part of the fireplace construction; some were heated by glowing charcoal or embers that were swept out before the unbaked loaves were inserted and the iron oven door closed. Also called a beehive oven, bread oven, brick oven, or Dutch oven.
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Rub the paper towel around the outside and inside of the Dutch oven, being sure to catch all the curves and ridges--and don't forget the lid.
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For baking or simmering, arrange 8 to 10 briquet-size coals in a circle a little smaller than the dutch oven. Set on top with lid in place; arrange 15 to
Caption: Lodge The cast-iron cookware company adds a gray colorway to its imported enamel Dutch oven line.
Pour the milk into the Dutch oven and heat over the stove until the milk reaches 180[degrees] F.
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.
Through the years many hunters, fishermen, ranchers and trappers, scouts and campers of all styles have found the Dutch oven to be a most useful utensil.
(cooking liquid reserved in the Dutch oven or large pot) as
A demonstration or tasting of wild game cooked in a Dutch oven is a fun event that will attract new customers.
After it has risen and is light, place a hunk of the dough into a buttered cast iron Dutch oven lined with pumpkin seeds--the amount of dough should be less than half the capacity of the Dutch oven.
Available pieces include a 5-quart Dutch oven; 1-and 3-quart sauce pans; 8-, 9.5-and 12-inch fry pans; a 10.5-inch square griddle and double-burner griddles, as well as stockpots and steamers.

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