Steve Shippen with his Coca-Cola Chicken (caffeine-free of course… does caffeine cook off?)
June 14th at 7:15pm at the Highland Heritage Park was the annual Dutch Oven Roundtable for the Alpine District.
Five stakes brought three different Dutch Oven dishes to sample and over seventy leaders came to sample the fare and go home with recipes and a full stomach.
Scott Whiting from Highland East takes first bite of the evening
Highland West Stake brought Fresco Taco Soup, Sugar Bacon Cheatin’Chili, and Caramel Pudding Cake.
Another stake brought Pepper Chicken Chettinad, Baked Beans, and Yams, Apples, and Potatoes (a favorite of the night)
Larry Walker, a published author on three books about Dutch Oven Cooking, shared his BBQ Ribs and Coke Cake and demonstrated cooking on a Camp Chef when you can’t use charcoal (like all over Utah right now). His site is http://www.MyDutchOven.com.
John Heiner from Alpine North Stake Savoring the Dutch Oven Samples
Alpine North Stake’s John Heiner brought his fancy new multilayer Dutch Oven that allowed for three meatloaf tins with a selection of tasty vegetables underneath. You can’t forget the ketchup though.
John Heiners Fancy Multi-Layer Dutch Oven with Meatloaf Tins on rack over Tasty Vegetables
Sharlene Skidmore brought a box oven she made many years ago by lining inside and out with tin foil, a duct-taped window made from a browning bag for a turkey, and shelves made from hangers.
Sharlene Skidmore’s foil box oven cooks chocolate chip cookies over briquets
By using two pie tins inverted and on top of each other and 10-12 briquettes she has an oven that bakes at 350 degrees.
Justin Allen eating while Sharlene Skidmore tells About her foil box oven
She demonstrated baking a dozen chocolate chip cookies which disappeared very fast. She has baked muffins, cakes, rolls, etc. And the whole thing folds up thin and packs away easily.
Blackberry Raspberry Cobbler from Justin Allen of the Alpine North Stake
Justin Allen demonstrates another use of tin foil, to avoid time consuming cleanup you line the entire Dutch Oven. You don’t get quite the same taste that Dutch Ovens are famous for, but you definitely save time at the back end of a meal.