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Dutch Oven: Pigs in the Cornfield

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    Dutch Oven: Pigs in the Cornfield

    Dutch Oven: Pigs in the Cornfield

    Here is the recipe on Evernote:

    EDIT!!! Try this link >>>

    Dutch Oven: Pigs in the Cornfield 1 lb of kielbasa (or polish, chorizo, andouille) chunked up bite size 4 #2 potatoes chunked up bite size 1 medium onion chopped 1 large pork shoulder steak of 4 loin ...

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    Last edited by smarkley; February 8, 2015, 10:24 PM.

    Link's no good


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      I edited the link... hopefully it works now

    A truly beautiful braise smarkley, my brother! I can see you love your dutch oven as much as we love ours. Your cook makes me miss when the kids were still at home. In a good way.


      I am definitely going try this one. Looks great.


        Smarkley, these posts have cost me a lot of money. I own several Dutch Ovens, but never had a camp variety before. Your posts got my wheels turning, and now I own 3 and Lodge's expensive but worth it table. Still learning the ropes, but I love them already. I'm not a camper, so my goal is to take advantage of backyard cooking and use fresh and high end ingredients. No where near that yet though. At best starting with soups and sides before I put anything expensive in there. Need to get a feel for temp control, but the spur of the moment potatoes gratin I made on my test run makes me think this is pretty forgiving. Thank you/curse you for opening my eyes to another money sink


          Looks Amazing





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