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The Lodge Bible Dutch Oven by J. Wayne Fears (German)

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The Lodge Bible: Dutch Oven - The best recipes

With this official Dutch Oven cookbook, the world-famous Dutch Oven manufacturer Lodge presents a complete and well-founded introduction to one of the most versatile cooking devices for the outdoor kitchen, including the best recipes for this all-round talent. It is not for nothing that the Black Pot is a favorite in the grill and outdoor cooking scene - it can really do everything: bake bread, steam vegetables, cook seafood, fry eggs and grill meat, main dishes, side dishes and desserts. Whether outside next to the grill, at the campfire or in the oven at home - with the Dutch Oven you can prepare delicious dishes in many places with little effort and a lot of fun. In this book you will learn:

  • how to make a high-quality Dutch Oven
  • What are the advantages of a cast iron Dutch Oven
  • Tips for better cooking and perfect handling of the Dutch Oven
  • how to use charcoal briquettes
  • how to use the Dutch Oven at the campfire
  • Cleaning and maintaining the Dutch Oven
  • necessary accessories
  • a short history of the Dutch Oven
  • Recipes for breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts

About the author: Wayne Fears is a member of the International Dutch Oven Society and has been on the jury at numerous outdoor cooking competitions. As an accomplished writer and experienced outdoor specialist, Fears has published numerous books on outdoor topics and countless magazine articles and, last but not least, has been inducted into the Legends of the Outdoors Hall of Fame. This man really knows his stuff and, with all of his outdoor experience, has written a very authentic, tried and tested and well-founded Dutch Oven book.

Wayne Fears: Dutch Oven - The best recipes
168 pages, hardcover, 187 x 231 mm
ISBN: 978-3-95843-939-9