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  Topic: Need Advice. Cast Iron Griddle
Mike B

Replies: 7
Views: 87

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Tuesday 11-14-2017 7:52 am   Subject: Need Advice. Cast Iron Griddle
I got mine at an auction. I also got another griddle, a cast iron waffle maker and a 10" Iron Mountain cast iron indoor oven. All for about $40.

I doubt that will help with your decision, thou ...
  Topic: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Mike B

Replies: 15
Views: 1064

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Tuesday 9-5-2017 4:45 am   Subject: Re: Awesome compilation of recipes
Mike B.,

Tried and true....how best to thank you for once again doing this.
Dancing Dancing Dancing Here is a happy dance for you.

Big Kiss xoxo The Teardrop Nanny

Thanks for th ...
  Topic: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Mike B

Replies: 15
Views: 1064

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Monday 7-3-2017 5:32 am   Subject: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Hi Mike B. I wanted to double check the amount of diced tomatoes in the Far West Tavern Salsa. 2 number 10 cans of tomatoes seems like alot of tomatoes compared to the rest of the ingredients. Can ...
  Topic: First time roasting a chicken - semi-fail...
Mike B

Replies: 2
Views: 308

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Monday 7-3-2017 5:23 am   Subject: First time roasting a chicken - semi-fail...
I don't know how you have distributed your coals, but keep in mind that for roasting, you need way more coals on the top than on the bottom.
  Topic: New (to me) oven
Mike B

Replies: 2
Views: 342

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Thursday 5-25-2017 6:21 am   Subject: New (to me) oven
I have an oven like that which turns out to be an Iron Mountain. They were manufactured by Griswold in the 30's and 40's and were sold in farmer's co-ops and other stores like that.
  Topic: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Mike B

Replies: 15
Views: 1064

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Sunday 4-2-2017 8:13 am   Subject: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Well people, I try my best.... Laughing
  Topic: Hi from the Oregon Coast
Mike B

Replies: 10
Views: 486

PostForum: Say Howdy!   Posted: Thursday 3-30-2017 5:06 am   Subject: Hi from the Oregon Coast
From the Idaho Panhandle, I want to welcome you to the forum. There is a lot to read about here.

If you are in need of recipes, check out the latest free edition of our cookbook. See the thread at ...
  Topic: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
Mike B

Replies: 15
Views: 1064

PostForum: Around the Campfire   Posted: Tuesday 3-28-2017 5:19 am   Subject: Campfire Cooking Cookbook, 4th Edition Now Available
I have posted the fourth edition of the Campfire Cooking cookbook. It now has 1,369 recipes in it. You can download the cookbook at

PDF: http://blogicalthoughts.com/rimrock/campfire_cooking_4th_e ...
  Topic: Missing Percolator Basket Lid
Mike B

Replies: 5
Views: 512

PostForum: Cup of Joe   Posted: Thursday 3-23-2017 5:53 am   Subject: Missing Percolator Basket Lid
I use a Wagner #6 skillet every morning when I cook breakfast. At one point, I decided that this little 8" skillet needed a lid, so I went searching for one in the local thrift stores. I found th ...
  Topic: Cajun Cooking
Mike B

Replies: 9
Views: 1034

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Tuesday 2-21-2017 8:43 am   Subject: Cajun Cooking
Mike you are welcome to compile my old website as well.
It was named www.bigfootesoutdoorcooking.com. I go tired of the fee to keep it up and running.

Your web site has been disconnected. If you h ...
  Topic: Cajun Cooking
Mike B

Replies: 9
Views: 1034

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sunday 2-19-2017 7:27 am   Subject: Cajun Cooking
I have done Cajun-style chicken breasts, chicken jambalaya and gumbo. Good eats.

Do you have any recipes that apply to DO cooking, Mike?

Dave
IN GOD WE TRUST

I am the (official) maintainer o ...
  Topic: Cajun Cooking
Mike B

Replies: 9
Views: 1034

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Saturday 2-18-2017 9:14 am   Subject: Cajun Cooking
I have done Cajun-style chicken breasts, chicken jambalaya and gumbo. Good eats.
  Topic: Greetings from snowy North Idaho
Mike B

Replies: 10
Views: 892

PostForum: Say Howdy!   Posted: Friday 12-30-2016 7:37 am   Subject: Greetings from snowy North Idaho
I actually live up hwy 57 half way to Priest Lake. If you go to the show and plan on cooking, let me know, I would love to meet you and maybe even cook with you if schedules permit.

So I drive by y ...
  Topic: Greetings from snowy North Idaho
Mike B

Replies: 10
Views: 892

PostForum: Say Howdy!   Posted: Thursday 12-29-2016 8:50 am   Subject: Greetings from snowy North Idaho
Maybe I'll see you up there next year, Zeke. I bought my 1949 Plymouth from a guy in Priest River, and drove it home to Hayden that day. They have a car show up there every year and I missed it this y ...
  Topic: First-ever Dutch Oven no-knead bread
Mike B

Replies: 11
Views: 859

PostForum: Breads   Posted: Sunday 12-25-2016 7:33 am   Subject: First-ever Dutch Oven no-knead bread
As far as I know all the breads we are talking about here are in the 3rd edition of the camp-cook cookbook. Check it out at http://blogicalthoughts.com/images/potato_bread_baked.jpg
Potato Bread
 
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