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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby doug hodder » Mon Nov 20, 2017 1:57 pm

Slow...I think you mean Dean Hubbard and Joanie...they do the cooking blog. Doug
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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby jondbar628 » Mon Nov 20, 2017 8:15 pm

Love the walker/cook table idea Bobhenry. You just gave me the answer for one of the "auxiliaries" I've been pondering for my build. Thank you :thumbsup: ...jd
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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby slowcowboy » Fri Nov 24, 2017 11:54 am

yes doug I do mean you and joanie. just couldn't think of her name it was a aka middle age moment. but great cooking show. I have tried the mountain man breakfast. I follow you guys at lot on utube. and yea. its a lot of fun this cast iron. I did a 11 pound mini butterball turkey yesterday in a 12 inch do on a bob henry statallite walker table sourounded by license plates. I collected about 5 different states plates for my wind screen I have 8 hooked together in a row .cant cook nothing in Wyoming with out them around your dos. then I did my normal 3 indgrent buttermilk bisquits in a 8 inch do I really like. Slow
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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby Esteban » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:44 pm

campmaid.com sells tool kits that raise a dutch oven off the ground or above a table. deaver is a (20% off) discount code I discovered while watching a video on their website. The discount code was successfully accepted on a trial shopping basket.
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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby bobhenry » Thu Feb 22, 2018 10:06 am

High wind ....... You can always drop the dutch oven in your Weber smokey joe Jr. grill.

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby Sparksalot » Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:35 pm

:thumbsup:

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby tony.latham » Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:45 pm

bobhenry wrote:High wind ....... You can always drop the dutch oven in your Weber smokey joe Jr. grill.

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Okay. Give it up, Bob.

Do you camp to camp or do you camp to cook? :thinking:

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby bobhenry » Fri Feb 23, 2018 8:35 am

I go about 320 Tony you can figure it out :rofl2:

My album has 100 + pics of wonderful cast iron creations and somewhere on u tube is "dutch oven seminar" videographed at the 2013 cross roads of America gathering.
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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby tony.latham » Fri Feb 23, 2018 11:59 am

bobhenry wrote:I go about 320 Tony you can figure it out :rofl2:

My album has 100 + pics of wonderful cast iron creations and somewhere on u tube is "dutch oven seminar" videographed at the 2013 cross roads of America gathering.


There is nothing like camp cooking!

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When's spring gonna sprung??? :x

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby tomhawk » Sun Mar 18, 2018 6:56 pm

I saw someone advocating using an old electric fry pan picked up from a yard sale for a dutch oven table. I realized I had one of those items handed down to me that had been in family since before the Cuban missile crisis. I have not used mine for many years. You can buy them on eBay where they are referred to as "vintage". :shock:

Here is mine with 10" do. I think this might work very nicely. My pan also fits a 12" do. They come in various sizes. Some are smaller.
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It is compact, has a nice handle, light in weight and could be used safely on a picnic table.

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby tomhawk » Sat Sep 07, 2019 3:19 pm

We just returned from a camping trip out west and I can confirm that an old electric skillet makes a terrific DO table. We used it for at least eight meals.
It was very easy to clean up afterwords. I can detect no damage to the aluminum surface from the bottom coals. I like the handle.
The plastic legs on the skillet raised the bottom off the supporting surface so it was possible to cook on a picnic table with no damage to the table.

We used an 8 inch DO and started coals in a compact Weber chimney. This chimney takes up less space and provides plenty of space for the needed coals. I have seen that there are collapsible chimneys for sale. I would be interested in those for even more space saving. Does anyone have an opinion about these devices?

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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby bobhenry » Sun Sep 08, 2019 12:05 pm

I have a large spider skillet that will hold my dutch oven. ( or my rat tail skillet shown)
I can set it right on a wood surface without fear of scorching anything.


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Re: Dutch OVen Table

Postby gudmund » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:33 pm

I did get one of the Camp Maid 'collapsible' chimney's -have yet to use it but I does take up a "LOT" less storage room when travelling and looks very well made. Will be interesting to see how it holds up once the 'heat' is put to it?? May get to use this next week when I leave meet up with the group for the last few days of our Idaho Crawl..... :thinking:
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