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Old 08-29-2013, 03:04 PM   #1
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Has anyone seen this article/recipe? I've been in the market for an antique dutch oven and I'll have to try his suggestions as outlined.
http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/1...-and-beef-stew



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Old 08-29-2013, 03:14 PM   #2
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The dry vermouth is an interesting addition at the end of cooking, I might have to try that sometime. Makes sense though, eat stew with dry vermouth, then have a Manhattan afterwards as you watch the sun set over the mountains. Ahh.....


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The Montana mountains are breathtaking.

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The Montana mountains are breathtaking.
Yes they are.
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Old 08-31-2013, 09:51 AM   #5
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I used to love cooking with my dutch oven. When we lived in Montana I used it all the time, but haven't in quite a while. This gets me inspired to break it out and make a nice roast.

For a roast:
Heat the dutch and add a bit of sliced garlic and oil to the bottom. Once the oil is hot, place the roast into it, and sear all sides.

Instead of water, pour beer into the dutch to just cover the roast. I've used cheap beer and I've used homebrew. This is the only thing I ever use BMC for.

Add carrots and potatoes as desired.

Cover the dutch and cook until done.

Cook to desired temperature.
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I know Wild Good Island when I see it!

Here is the early spring view (best damn time of year) of the hills just outside my front door in western Sanders County.

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My wife found an enameled Lodge dutch oven (I think it's 12Q) really cheap and it is probably the most used piece of cookware in our house.

It makes great stews, soups, braized roasts, roux, I've even used it for steaks, it cooks sooo evenly (now I have a cast iron skillet for that).


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