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Old 02-04-2008, 02:23 AM   #11
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Can I ask why you bought such a large dutch oven? Unless you are cooking in a fire place with a crane it seems too large and cumbersome to use.
I was just thinking the same thing, ya got a posse to feed there??
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Old 02-05-2008, 08:44 PM   #12
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My sister has a 16" one. I wanted to make sure mine was bigger. Also it has beautiful scene on top along with our family name. It really is beautiful. I do cook for crowds every now and again. I think I can cook for over 100 in this pot. And yes I do need a crane. This will be passed down to my kids.
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Old 02-09-2008, 05:00 PM   #13
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Catch 1 Big Cow. Clean and skin it. Remove the hoofs. Take useful stuff from inside the cow. Discard the rest.

Line the bottom of the pot with 88 or 100 celery stalk. Keeps the cow from sticking to the bottom of the pot.

Put all the usable stuff from inside the cow into the pot. Place the rest of the cow on its side, inside the pot.

Add several lbs of garlic and other spices. 15 lbs of Ms Dash garlic flavor works well.

Add 47 onions, 35 lbs of potato's and 27 carrots. Add water to till 1/3 of the pot is full. Place lid on pot. Check water 3 times a day and add as needed. Cook over coals for about a week or until you think the meat is well done.

Serve with lots of hot coffee and butter buns.

Don
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