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    Homemade solar ovens: Best Materials and supplies

    Best sources of materials, supplies and designs for building good homemade solar ovens from scratch.

    Special Note:Since the Fall of 2007 all of the largest commercial manufacturers of Solar Ovens and cookers have noted increases in U.S. sales of 200% to 500% over previous year's sales.All manufacturers attribute the increase to a number of factors, but say that the principal reasons would have to be: The recent downturn in our economy; causing people to look for alternative ways to save on resources and expenses
    Heightened awareness of emergency preparedness in the case of unforeseen and uncontrollable natural and man made events
    and the skyrocketing and volatile state of energy costs such as electricity, oil etc.

    Solar cooking may just be able to help your own family's situation!

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    Dutch Oven recipes for camping

    Great Recipes for Camping


    http://www.dutchovendude.com/dutch-oven-recipes.asp

    2 hour Chili Apple Crisp
    Apple Fluff Armadillo Eggs
    Au Gratin Ham and Potatoes Bacon Spuds
    Baked Beans Baked Salmon
    Baking Powder Biscuits Banana Coffee Cake
    Barbeque Hamburger Beef Burgundy
    Beef Goulash Beef Pot Roast
    Black Forest Cobbler Blonde Brownies
    Breakfast Burritos Breakfast Casserole
    Breakfast Sausage Balls BRV Soup
    Burger, Beans, & Biscuits Burrito Ranchero
    Burritos Candied Apples
    Chicken and Dumplings Chicken Cacciateri
    Chicken Creole Chicken Enchilada Pie
    Chicken Gumbo Chicken Pot Pie
    Chicken Quesadillas Chicken Stir Fry
    Chili Chicken and Dumplings Chili Mac
    Chili Rellano Chocolate Chip Cookies
    Chocolate Upside Down Cake Chuck Wagon Casserole
    Coca-cola Chicken Cooked Apples
    Cornbread Cornmeal Chili
    Cowboy Stew Creamy Chicken Rice
    Creole Beans and Rice Curry Beef Rice
    Dutch Kielbasa Dutch Oven Beef Stew
    Dutch Oven Chicken Dutch Oven Chicken Breast Dinner
    Dutch Oven Doughnuts Dutch Oven Fondue or Fryer
    Dutch Oven Hot Chili Dutch Oven Meat Loaf
    Dutch Oven Pies Dutch Oven Pineapple Chicken
    Dutch Oven Pizza Easy Brisket
    Egg Bake Enchiladas
    Fancy Chicken Breasts Fancy Franks and Beans
    Fast Teriyaki Flank Steak Fizzy Fruit Cobbler
    French Roast Beef Fried Rice
    Garlic Potatoes German Pancakes
    Girl Scout Stew Good Bars
    Hashbrown Chicken Casserole Hawaiian Steak Strips
    Hawaiian Swiss Crescents Hearty Potatoes
    Hobo Stew Hopping Black-eyed Peas
    Hot and Sweet Sausage Hot-n-Spicey BBQ Beef
    Hungarian Goulash Irish Soda Bread
    Jambalaya Layered Taco Pie
    Meatballs in Gravy Mexican Stew
    Monkey Bread Mountain Dew Chicken
    Mountain Man Omelette Mushroom Round Steak
    Nacho Dip No Bean Hot Chili
    Old Style Green Beans Pancakes
    Peach Cobbler PECS Breakfast
    Pineapple Upside Down Cake Pizza Casserole
    Pizza for Breakfast Pork Chops and Potatoes
    Pork Chops and Veggies Raisin Bread Pudding
    S'more Pie Sausage Creole
    Shepherd Pie Simple Chili
    Simple Dutch Oven Pizzas Soda Pineapple Beans
    Spaghetti 1-Pot Spiced Rhubarb
    Spicy Cornbread Sugar Cookies
    Sunrise Cake Swiss Steak
    Taco Soup Tri Tip Teriyaki
    Venison Stew Witches Brew
    Yams, Apples, Potatoes Zingy Pork Chops
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    Outdoor Cooking Recipes

    http://www.dutchovencookware.com/dutch- ... cipes.html

    Grab your Dutch oven, a cast iron skillet, and a bag of charcoal. In camp, or at home in your own backyard, you'll enjoy these recipes for outdoor cooking.

    Baby Back Ribs
    Barbecue Sauce
    Bean Hole Beans
    Biscuits
    Breakfast for Eight
    Catfish Fry Batter
    Chicken and Dumplin's
    Cookbooks
    Cornbread

    Fried Country Ham
    Fried Green Tomatoes
    Hushpuppies
    Meat Loaf
    Pineapple Upside Down Cake
    Red Eye Gravy
    Sawmill Gravy
    Southern Fried Chicken
    Wild Turkey

    Cooking Legend
    Qty. of charcoal = 2 x the Diameter of the Oven = 325º
    Each additional charcoal adds 10-15º to Cooking Temperature

    Bake = coals in rings 2:1
    ratio top over bottom
    Stew or Simmer = coals split evenly

    Broil = coals in checkerboard
    2:1 ratiotop over bottom
    Fry or Boil = all coals on the bottom

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    Baby Back Ribs

    8 lbs of ribs
    2 tsps. sage
    2 12 oz. beers
    1 to 2 tsps. cayenne
    1 cup honey
    1-1/2 tsps. dry mustard
    2 tbsps. lemon juice
    1 teaspoon salt

    Marinade overnight. Slowly cook the ribs on your Lodge hibachi grill turning and basting frequently, or broil in sauce at 325º F for one hour in your 12" camp Dutch oven.

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    Barbecue Sauce

    3 cups tomato sauce
    4 tsp. celery seed
    1 chopped onion
    2 tsp. sugar
    6 tbsp. vinegar
    Garlic salt & hot sauce

    Mix and simmer ingredients in a 2 qt. camp Dutch Oven for 20-30 minutes. Add garlic salt and hot sauce to taste. Add water to thin for marinade.

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    Bean Hole Beans

    2 lbs. Maine State (great northern white) beans
    2 cups State of Maine maple syrup
    2 medium Vidalia (sweet yellow) onions
    1 cup molasses
    2 lbs. lean salt pork
    1 tbsp. dry mustard
    2 tsp. salt
    2 tsp. pepper

    Soak 2 lbs State of Maine Great Northern beans overnight completly covered in water.... Remember to use this water later. Prepare bean hole (bean hole instructions are in Scoutmaster handbook).

    Quarter onions and place in 8 or 10 qt. deep Lodge camp Dutch oven. Quarter salt pork and add 1 section. Add approximately 1/4 of beans, 2 more pieces of salt pork, and then add another 1/4 of beans. Add molasses, brown sugar, mustard, salt and pepper and the remainder of beans. Place last piece of salt pork on top, then add the bean water until everything is covered. Cook 6 hours in bean hole. DO NOT USE ARTIFICIAL MAPLE SYRUP.

    Contributed by Patrick Haggerty of Durham, Maine.

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    Biscuits

    4 cups flour
    1 tsp. salt
    2 tbsp. baking powder
    1/2 cup shortening
    1-1/2 cup milk or water

    Combine dry ingredients. Work in shortening and add milk gradually. Knead and pinch off desired amount and place in greased 12" or 14" camp Dutch oven and bake 15-20 minutes at 325º F.

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    Breakfast for Eight

    2 lbs. sausage
    8 eggs
    2 lbs. grated potatoes
    2 cups grated cheese
    1 diced onion
    1/4 cup milk or water

    Brown sausage and onion in a 12" or 14" camp Dutch oven. Remove and brown potatoes in sausage grease. Add sausage, egg, and water mixture and bake for 20 minutes until eggs are done. Add cheese and bake until melted.

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    Catfish Fry

    1 egg
    1-1/2 tsp. salt
    1-1/2 cups of milk
    1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
    2 cups of cornmeal
    1/4 tsp. black pepper

    Mix egg and milk well in bowl. Shake dry ingredients into paper bag. Dip catfish filets in milk mixture then add to bag and shake well. Fry in hot grease until golden brown.

    For just the right utensil click here: 5 qt. Deep Fry Skillet.

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    Chicken and Dumplin's

    2 cups flour
    3 tbsp. baking powder
    1 cup whole milk
    2 tsp. lard or Crisco
    1 egg beaten
    1 tsp. salt
    1 chicken

    In a 7 or 9 qt. Dutch oven boil a quartered chicken until the bones can be removed easily. Mix up dumplin' dough ingredients and spoon into boiling chicken pot liquor. Cover pot and shift to cooler eye. Let cool 20 min. and serve.

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    Cornbread

    2 cups self-rising cornmeal
    1 egg
    2 cups buttermilk
    1/4 cup shortening

    Melt shortening in 10" camp Dutch oven or combo cooker and add melted shortening to other mixed ingredients and pour back into oven. Bake for about 15 minutes, or until golden brown.

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    Country Ham

    Fry in a cast iron skillet with water, a little oil, or utilizing it's own fat, turning often. What we like to do is fry up center slices in a half and half mixture of water and 7Up in a Lodge 12" skillet, and leaving the drippings for red eye gravy.

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    Fried Green Tomatoes

    4 green tomatoes, sliced
    Salt, pepper, or cayenne
    1 cup white or yellow cornmeal
    1 cup flour

    Salt and pepper 1/4" tomato slices. Coat both sides of your tomato in flour/cornmeal mixture and saute over medium heat in a cast iron skillet until brown.

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    Hushpuppies

    1 cup self-rising flour
    1 egg beaten
    1 cup white or yellow cornmeal
    1/2 cup chopped green onion
    1 cup buttermilk
    1 teaspoon sugar
    1/2 teaspoon salt (optional)

    Combine dry ingredients. Add egg, onions, and 1/2 cup buttermilk to flour/cornmeal mixture. Gradually add remainig buttermilk until batter is well mixed, but not runny. Drop spoonfuls of batter into a Lodge fry kettle and fry until golden brown. Drain on paper towels.

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    Meat Loaf

    4 lbs. of ground beef
    3 eggs
    2 cups bread crumbs
    1 cup of ketchup
    1 large onion
    1 cup milk
    2 tsp. salt
    1/2 tsp. pepper

    Mix beef, 1/2 cup of ketchup, and the remaining ingredients thoroughly. Spread into lighly greased Lodge 10" or 12" camp Dutch oven.

    Stew at 350º for 60 minutes and top with remaining ketchup (and brown sugar, if desired) and bake for 15 minutes.

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    Pineapple Upside Down Cake

    1 yellow cake mix
    1 cup brown sugar
    3 eggs
    1-1/2 cups liquid (water and pineapple juice)
    1 20 oz. can of pineapple slices
    8 maraschino cherries
    1/2 cup margarine

    Melt butter in a 7 qt. or 12" Lodge Dutch oven. Add sugar, then pineapple, placing a cherry in the center of each pineapple slice. Prepare cake mix as directed and pour over pineaple. Bake at 350º for 25 minutes. Let oven cool with top off. To remove cake cut around sides and insert 2 or 3 paper plates covered with aluminum foil and flip.

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    Red Eye Gravy

    Add water (or black coffee) to fried ham drippings in a hot pan. Let sizzle and stir. Serve with country cured fried ham slices, biscuits, and honey.

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    Sausage Gravy

    Ham, sausage, or bacon grease
    Salt and pepper
    3 tbsp. flour
    Water
    Milk

    Add flour to the grease in hot skillet to brown. Thin the mixture with a little water and add milk, salt and pepper. Stir until thick. Add crumbled fried sausage for a real treat. Serve over Dutch oven biscuits.

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    Southern Fried Chicken

    1 chicken
    1 cup flour
    1 egg
    1/2 cup milk
    2 tsp. garlic powder
    1 tsp. paprika
    1 tsp. black pepper
    1 tsp salt

    Prepare one frying chicken. Prepare flour mixture by mixing dry ingredients. Prepare milk and egg mixture, and add 1 tablespoon of flour to the mixture. Dip chicken in egg mixture, then in flour mixture, repeat, and shake well. Fry in hot grease, with chicken pieces half covered in Crisco, and well spaced, until brown, and turn. Cover with lid for 7-8 minutes on lower heat source. Drain on paper towels. For just the right utensil click here: 5 qt. Chicken Fryer.

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    Wild Turkey

    1 turkey 10-12 lbs.
    4 slices bacon
    1 lb. pork sausage
    1 medium onion
    6 cups soft bread crumbs
    2 tbs. poultry spices

    Sprinkle turkey with game seasoning or poultry spice. Fry diced onion and crumbled sausage in a 12" or 14" deep camp Dutch oven. Combine with bread crumbs and mix. Stuff turkey cavity loosely and lace closed. Bake for 3-1/2 hours, breast side up with bacon strips covering breast.

    http://www.dutchovencookware.com/dutch- ... cipes.html
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