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Offline Darren

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Cooking for neighbors
« on: August 04, 2014, 11:48:23 AM »
So being a Scoutmaster, we are always looking for ways to get a little more money for the troop. We held an auction where I put up two full dutch oven dinners.

I gave one of the families their dinner last night. It was:

Pulled Pork: http://dutchovenchef.com/smf/main-dishes/pulled-pork/
Vera's Baked Beans: http://dutchovenchef.com/smf/side-dishes/vera's-baked-beans/
Fresh Peach Cobbler: http://dutchovenchef.com/smf/desserts/fresh-peach-cobbler/

I also sent some store-bought rolls with the pork.

I was told by my friend that this was: "The best meal I've had in two years."

I'll take it.

:)

-Darren
There are two rules of Dutch Oven Cooking:
1) If you cook too much food, share.
2) Cook too much food.

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Cooking for neighbors
« on: August 04, 2014, 11:48:23 AM »