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One completely non-sexy topic within preparedness….cooking — 2 Comments

  1. I think this would make for a great show topic. (I ‘ve been busy checking out as many you tube vids on dutch oven cooking as possible.)

    Cook books, pots, pans, utensils, and other items are somethings that do get ignored on some level. I do remember you talking about coleman camp stoves and how the older models are better; But if you really got to go rustic with wood in a fire pit or maybe even the ol’ fireplace or wood burning stove something more sturdy than standard pots might be needed.

  2. Sounds like it might be worthwhile to do a cast iron cooking show – things to look for in cast iron cookware, cooking techniques, seasoning, care, recipes, etc. You’ve hit the nail on the head about having sturdier cookware than the common stuff that’s out there. Try passing on your teflon pan to your grandkids, like cast iron cookware has been passed on. I’m always hitting garage sales and thrift shops in the hope of finding old cast iron stuff. Even the best of the new stuff is different from the older cast quality. Then again, it also gets modified with use, as long as it’s cared for properly. You can season stuff adequately pretty fast, but to get really good seasoning nothing works like time and use….thanks for the idea PD!

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