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Massive Dutch Oven Dinner, and Fire in the Hole

17 Jun Posted by in Food, Living | 2 comments

Yesterday I did a massive Dutch oven dinner for all of my neighbors. The party was at the Jackman’s next door, but I did the cooking at my house. Thank goodness, since I nearly burned down my shed that houses my Dutch oven collection. So here is what happened. I have this great little Power Stove that I connect to a propane tank to heat up my charcoal briquettes. I got a chimney full of briquettes going and went into the house to continue prepping the food. About 7 minutes later, I went back outside to find that my shed door had not been closed all the way and the wind blew it open until it was resting against my chimney full of hot charcoal and flames. The door of the shed was flat out on fire!

I ran and grabbed the hose and put the fire out. This shot was taken right after I got the fire out. Now I need to add another summer project on my list… paint the shed. A least I put out the fire and THEN took the picture, unlike those youtube vidoes you see when you think, ‘why didn’t the guy filming put the camera down and put out the fire?’

I used 7 ovens to make this meal. From left to right that’s a 16” oven with chocolate chip cookie, next is a 16” oven with carrots, peas and pearl onions. On the middle table is 3 ovens (all 14” deeps) with braided garlic cheese bread. And on the low table is my 17” oven (known as Bertha) full of potatoes, onions, bacon (of course), cheese and mushrooms, and the oval shaped 16”x9” oven with my Korean marinated beef roast that I call Fillet of Seoul.

Here’s what the roast looks like as it begins to cook. As you can see in addition to the marinade that includes soy sauce, sesame oil, chili powder, sugar, and garlic, is a concoction of green onions, white onions, carrots, spinach, mushrooms, and apples. This needs to me smelled to be believed. Underneath all of that is 13 lbs of pre sliced roast.

Here’s the cookie. I did one and a half times my normal recipe, making this the largest cookie I’ve ever done.

For the last 10 days or so, we’ve had Sabrina’s good friend Natalie Hatch staying with us while her parents are in New Zealand and the Cook Islands. She is actually a fan of this blog (who know I had one?) and seems to be a fan of my cooking. Over her shoulder is my not-so-camera-shy daughter, Maddie. Natalie is holding ice cream and a piece of the cookie – yeah, it’s that thick.

We had some great fruit and other salads provided by neighbors as well…

I was pretty spent by the time this whole event was done and staggered into a nice hot bath. Gratefully, no pictures of that!

Since it’s Father’s Day, I’m lying on the couch and feeling guilty that I’m not cooking Sunday dinner. Maddie is taking the lead on that front. I’m about to watch the final round of the US Open Golf Tournament. Does that make me sound old that I like to watch golf? Well I’m 50 now, so I can deal with it.

Amber bought me this Tuxedo Chocolate Mousse Cake for today’s dessert…


So much for eating healthy this weekend… but it is Father’s Day, I’m entitled – right?

  1. connie diebold07-20-12

    WOW Barry!! what a great site…thanks for sharing all your adventures….you are doing all the things i would love to do…now that i am 70… oh how i dislike that number….i am telling my kids i will remain 69 forever…but i digress…my family thinks i cant do hiking… even though i walked/ran the 5K when they opened the Legacy Highway a few years back…so when i mentioned that i wanted to go up to the Y on the hill above BYU…they all think i am crazy…i will do it even if i do it alone…and Timp…they went without me…i will show them…i will do it soon..love the Dutch oven cooking… inspires me to drag my one oven out and cook something…i will be checking your recipes….i just went Beach Camping with my grandchildren in Calif. husband isnt a camper so i went alone …had a great time…thanks for your blog…

    • Barry07-20-12

      Thanks Connie. I’m not so sure about the hike up to the Y… pretty steep stuff. I like riding my bike up Provo Canyon much better!

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