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  Topic: Road Trip BBQ: Central IL to Jacksonville, FL
dutchmancreek

Replies: 6
Views: 1792

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Jun 20 10 12:36 am   Subject: Road Trip BBQ: Central IL to Jacksonville, FL
Try "17th Street Barbeque" in Marion, Illinois.....the Morgan Street off ramp takes you right there, less than 1/2 mile from I-57. It's Mike Mills' place (of course, everyone has heard of hi ...
  Topic: Road Trip BBQ: Central IL to Jacksonville, FL
dutchmancreek

Replies: 6
Views: 1792

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sat Jun 19 10 3:51 am   Subject: Road Trip BBQ: Central IL to Jacksonville, FL
Try "17th Street Barbeque" in Marion, Illinois.....the Morgan Street off ramp takes you right there, less than 1/2 mile from I-57. It's Mike Mills' place (of course, everyone has heard of hi ...
  Topic: Grill Improvement
dutchmancreek

Replies: 1
Views: 1584

PostForum: Grilling   Posted: Sat May 15 10 6:50 am   Subject: Grill Improvement
I have a Chargriller 4000 Pro gas grill that I really like. The large cooking surface and 4 burners is just what I wanted (plus I got it for $159 on season close out last fall). Now its much better.
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  Topic: A New Smoker
dutchmancreek

Replies: 8
Views: 2530

PostForum: Cookers   Posted: Fri May 07 10 2:58 am   Subject: A New Smoker
I'm one of those guys....you can't go wrong with a Weber Smokey Mountain, either the 18 or 22 inch model. You can get them from Amazon with free shipping and have money left for charcoal and meat.
  Topic: skyline chili on t.v.
dutchmancreek

Replies: 10
Views: 3298

PostForum: Off Topic   Posted: Mon Jan 11 10 6:34 am   Subject: skyline chili on t.v.
I always keep some on hand.

Can't you keep it in a can in the pantry?

Must be difficult washing that hand... then having to put more on, just to have it on hand! Razz Wink Laughing

The dog lik ...
  Topic: skyline chili on t.v.
dutchmancreek

Replies: 10
Views: 3298

PostForum: Off Topic   Posted: Mon Jan 11 10 3:50 am   Subject: skyline chili on t.v.
You can buy the Skyline Chili in cans or frozen in many food stores. I get it at Kroger. This is just the sauce/meat mix. Then you put it over spaghetti and add chopped onions and grated cheddar chees ...
  Topic: Skillet seared t-bones
dutchmancreek

Replies: 10
Views: 2903

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Thu Jan 07 10 9:00 am   Subject: Skillet seared t-bones
Here's how I do cast iron steaks...

Rub thick rib eyes (room temp) with melted butter and Chef Paul's Blackened Steak Seasoning

Put your skillet directly on the burning charcoal and let it get s ...
  Topic: Trivets
dutchmancreek

Replies: 10
Views: 4969

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Tue Nov 10 09 9:01 am   Subject: Trivets
You need trivets. The trivet keeps the meat off the bottom and out of the juices etc. It's kinda like the difference between roasting the meat and frying/stewing it in its juices. (It's also easier to ...
  Topic: Tailgating DO Question
dutchmancreek

Replies: 30
Views: 11843

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Fri Oct 23 09 11:04 pm   Subject: Tailgating DO Question
Guinness Stout is not just beer.....it should be considered a food group.
  Topic: Tailgating DO Question
dutchmancreek

Replies: 30
Views: 11843

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Fri Oct 23 09 6:12 am   Subject: Tailgating DO Question
I can't see you ever going wrong with Guiness Stout. It's good in food and even better in the cook. For the kraut, the best is home made.
  Topic: First time smoking wings...any one have some good tips??
dutchmancreek

Replies: 9
Views: 2091

PostForum: General BBQ Discussion   Posted: Sun Oct 11 09 5:20 am   Subject: First time smoking wings...any one have some good tips??
I'm with the others...I smoke them first on the WSM and then crisp up the skin on the grill. If you sauce first you gotta watch real close if there's a lot of sugar in the sauce or they'll burn. I nor ...
  Topic: my do table
dutchmancreek

Replies: 12
Views: 4887

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sun Oct 11 09 5:07 am   Subject: my do table
Looks good.....heaver duty than some commercial ones I've seen.

I've got some 1/8 inch sheet laying around....think it would be heavy enough? If so, I might try welding one up.
  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 10:42 am   Subject: My Cast Iron
Dutchmancreek

If the Griswold logo leters are straight up and down it is booked at $150 and was made between 1920-1930. If they are slanted then value is $700-1200. It was made betweeb 1909-1929.
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  Topic: New (to me) cast iron pan
dutchmancreek

Replies: 7
Views: 4179

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 6:31 am   Subject: New (to me) cast iron pan
Good find...that's a keeper. I can never find anything at second hand or junk stores. Maybe I need to get out more.

Steve
  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 4:23 am   Subject: My Cast Iron
Dutchman

Check the number on that Griswold. You may have something that you do not want to lose. These sell for $1000 or more.

Mike

Above the Griswold logo is:

Cast Iron Skillet
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  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 2:54 am   Subject: My Cast Iron
Nice Pictures Guys.I really like the cooking pit,Sweet.

A better picture of the finished pit is on the other thread "another cooking apparatus
  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 12:20 am   Subject: My Cast Iron
I've also got a relatively large griddle that I sometimes use. Here it is when I was fixing up my fire pit.


http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x52/dutchmancreek/115_1598.jpg
  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Sat Oct 10 09 12:03 am   Subject: My Cast Iron
Yup...most is Lodge. However, the largest skillet is a Griswald (I found behind the cabinets in our old cabin) and the second to largest (my favorite) says it was made by Chicago Hdwe and Foundry.
  Topic: My Cast Iron
dutchmancreek

Replies: 16
Views: 7656

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Fri Oct 09 09 11:30 pm   Subject: My Cast Iron
This is most of my C.I. I seem to use it more and more.

http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x52/dutchmancreek/100_0626.jpg


http://i181.photobucket.com/albums/x52/dutchmancreek/100_0623.jpg
  Topic: Another cooking apparatus
dutchmancreek

Replies: 11
Views: 12138

PostForum: Dutch Oven Cooking   Posted: Fri Oct 09 09 11:08 pm   Subject: Another cooking apparatus
Some are sycamore, some are oak. They last three or four years before fungus, bugs, etc starts on them. When they get bad, I cut them up and put them on the firewood pile, then I make some more.

Th ...
 
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