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    Getting ready for 1st cook

    I got the 10" Deep 5 qt last week and getting ready for tomorrow to do first Dutch oven bake. I found my 13" pizza stone so I will use it as a base in the weber kettle to do the bake. I got red raspberries and blueberries today for the filling and Im trying to find my cobbler recipe for the dough part. I will post tomorrow what ever I end up with and try and get a few good pictures to share.

    #2
    I smell smarkley

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    • smarkley
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      Hahahahaha... !

    #3
    Originally posted by Jerod Broussard View Post
    I smell smarkley
    Uh, I'm not sure what to say to this. lol

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    • smarkley
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      *checks under arm* I dont smell too rangy today... heh heh

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    gardenfish let me know if you need a dough recipe... I got one.
    the berries sound great by the way
    Last edited by smarkley; September 19, 2015, 05:08 PM.

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    • gardenfish
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      smarkley I would love a dough recipe. Been searching all day .

    • smarkley
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      PMd you gardenfish

    • Breadhead
      Breadhead commented
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      smarkley ...

      You are a Breadhead!

      I like that you know how to make dough.😎

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    Interested to see this one, the only thing I have done so far is popcorn...

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      #6
      Originally posted by John View Post
      Interested to see this one, the only thing I have done so far is popcorn...

      _John_ leftover fruits of yesterday's chopped brisket.....hot sauce and sour cream on top
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      • _John_
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        Looks pretty good

      • Jon Solberg
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        Total hijack. Just sayin.

      • Jerod Broussard
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        I made sure this thread got some fuel.

      #7
      Looks awesome

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        #8
        Good luck on the cook GF

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        • gardenfish
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          Thank you Jon.

        #9
        smarkley and others, Kind of a silly but all recipes for baking use a preheated oven. For the cobbler should I preheat the dutch oven before putting in the dough and filling?

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        • smarkley
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          You can if you want to... but I dont think it is necessary

          The coals will heat it up real fast

        • fracmeister
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          It heats fast. If you need melted butter in there first that is good for preheating.....

        #10
        Great question gardenfish

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          #11
          Started the cobbler. Looked at so many recipes for dough I ended up using

          1 1/2 c flour
          1 1/4c sugar
          3t. baking powder
          1 1/2t. salt
          1 1/8c milk


          1 bag raspberrier
          1 bag blueberries
          some sugar


          Got 25 coals ready

          oiled pan
          put pizza stone on grill put 9 coals on bottom and rest on top
          put in 1 1/2 sticks melted butter in

          mixed dough
          poured dough over butter and poured fruit over dough.

          set timer to 15 mins to rotate lid

          When I took off lid to put in dough pizza stone split down the middle

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            #12
            So far looking good, dough is now at top and baking nicely.



            Last use of this pizza stone


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            Chimney getting ready for Huli-Huli chicken when cobbler is done.


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            • merrittcb
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              gardenfish did the stone break because of the heat or the weight of the dutch oven?

            • gardenfish
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              merrittcb I believe it was probably cracked. It was at least 20-25 years old.

            #13
            Bummer on the stone gf. Can't wait to see that cobbler.

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              #14
              Jon Solberg The pizza stone was about 25 years old so no crying here. It got it use and good times were had with it. As far as the cobbler..............here you go

              Have not tasted it yet, but by looks alone , we are calling this first time a huge success

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              • smarkley
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                OH Yeah!!! It's a Beautiful thing! Good Job!

              • Jon Solberg
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                Great job man. Congrats.

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              It was great


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