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    Dutch Oven Pizza Pie done on a Traegar...
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    #2
    Canadian bacon on that bad boy. I'll have to flick off them little black hoola-hoops. I love the green ones, can't take the black ones,

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      #3
      Canadian bacon ,olives and other ingredients what temp did you use?

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      • smarkley
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        I believe it was 325 for 1.3 hours

      #4
      Right on Steve. Never imagined pizza cooked in that fashion! I'd have to flick the little black things like Jerod though. Looks jam up and jelly tight!

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        #5
        steveo it that thing like 8" think?

        You need to school me in dutch oven bro. You got in going on with that thing

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          #6
          Looks awesome. Got pics of the inside?

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          • Jon Solberg
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            Its got to be a false bottom dutch over. Man thats thick right?

          • David Parrish
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            Looks CRAZY thick... yeah

          • smarkley
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            heh heh... I never got pics of the inside.. it was decimated almost immediately, and people were complaining about me trying to take a picture. LOL

            BUT.. imagine a a huge deep dish Chicago style pizza with a top on it... The dutch I used is a 10" dutch and it is maybe 4.5 inches deep and was just the perfect size.

            I will do another one someday and add more details and pics...

          #7
          Nice job! I would flick both black AND green... add me some shrooms though. Mmmmm.

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            #8
            Thanks everyone... I like Dutch oven cooking. In the old days I was a river guide on a 6 day float trip, we used Dutch ovens for almost every evening meal... even steak night, where we always made a cobbler. A dutch oven meal cooked over a campfire is generally the best thing ever!

            I am always looking for a recipe I can use a Dutch for... So if people are interested I will post more about using them.

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            • Dr ROK
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              Definitely interested!

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            Last edited by Breadhead; June 2, 2015, 05:18 PM.

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              #10
              @Smarkley... I just bought a Lodge 7 quart cast iron Dutch oven. My intent was to bake sourdough bread in it but I've enjoyed putting it on the BGE and cooking Meathead's bean recipes in it too.

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                #11
                Breadhead Ahhh that is a nice Dutch... I have the 5 quart like that and a 6 quart with legs for cooking over a fire.

                I have tried the no knead recipe a couple times where you make a boule and bake in the dutch... works good for that.

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                  #12
                  I don't do no knead bread but that's exactly why I bought this Dutch oven. I can't think of a better way to trap the steam you need to maximize the oven spring of your boule. That will give you great ears if you scored your dough right too.

                  You Gumbo is on my short list though.

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