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Old 04-29-2002, 04:25 AM   #11
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You Guys are fantastic. I don't know if I'll get enough big BBQs this summer for all of the suggestions, but have started a search for a more appropriately shaped Dutch Oven specifically for BBQ Bread. If I'm ultimately lucky I'll find one with the little legs.
Maybe I'll get really lucky and have a Beef AND Lamb 'Que, so I'll have to try two breads at once.
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Old 04-29-2002, 07:24 AM   #12
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lamb?, did you say lamb?!?!? - I'll be right there!!!
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Well I am going to try this New York Times bread recipe that there has been so much "excitment" over....Going to do it in a cast iron dutch oven over a campfire (wood). Will it work? You bet!!!.... Will serve it with some kind of stew or deer roast...Wish me luck!
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Amazon.com: camp dutch oven

Here are several. I looked at ours that we haven't used for many years and I was amazed at how BIG it is. Used to make cobblers and everything in it. Fun times with children.
The bread should be interesting. I've had good results with that recipe. I think I'll make some right now, as a matter of fact.
Edited to say--boy it is interesting how this site converts an url to a title. Cool.
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