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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuck View Post
    I picked up a cast iron camp Dutch oven...good size 16 I think.....gonna try the charcoal on top and bottom..style of cooking this year
    This is only a guide but it will be of some help. I used to have it in a word page but I can't find it so---

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    Cast Iron of the left Carbon Steel on the right

    First run on the CS after seasoning, slick really really slick.. Very Happy !!!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Cast Iron of the left Carbon Steel on the right

    First run on the CS after seasoning, slick really really slick.. Very Happy !!!!



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    G-Man....way up there in the mountains...and you ain't cooking with gas ? I just had a gas stove put in the house 2 years ago...always wanted to cook with gas....its wicked good !
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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuck View Post
    G-Man....way up there in the mountains...and you ain't cooking with gas ? I just had a gas stove put in the house 2 years ago...always wanted to cook with gas....its wicked good !
    Or wood or coal. My favorite cast pan is very ugly on the bottom and I am told it is from cooking over coal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuck View Post
    G-Man....way up there in the mountains...and you ain't cooking with gas ? I just had a gas stove put in the house 2 years ago...always wanted to cook with gas....its wicked good !

    One step at a time with the wife

    I got her getting used to the Black Iron and actually wanting 2 pieces for Desserts, next is the Gas Stove,

    One of the few things they did right in this house is to run Gas and 220V to both the Dryer and the Stove

    Getting closer but IU have to find one that can be converted to Propane
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    Yep...I got one of those ugly propane bottles behind the house....and can still cook when the power is out.
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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    I have natural gas, a hot plate{electric], propane in 1 or 20 lb cylinders for a camp stove, unleaded gas or white gas camp stove, Grill with charcoal, and if all else fails a wood fire. Dang I almost forgot charcoal for the forge.

    I can figure out some way to cook if needed and cast iron would work with all of them!
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    First attempt Sweet Buttermilk Cornbread in the new Lodge Wedge Pan

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    Moment of truth on last night's seasoning Pass


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    Gotta love that
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    OK that just looks dang tasty
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