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RE: What are you having for dinner? - highdesertranger - 04-24-2019

yes you can use a Dutch oven inside a regular or homemade oven. I have even used them in a BBQ with a lid.

back in the day the Basque sheepherders built on the spot ovens mostly adobe throughout northern Nevada, eastern Oregon, and southern Idaho. in the mid 1960's you could still find the remnants of a few of these ovens. however I haven't seen one in years.

highdesertranger


RE: What are you having for dinner? - XERTYX - 04-24-2019

(04-24-2019, 01:00 PM)highdesertranger Wrote:  yes you can use a Dutch oven inside a regular or homemade oven.  I have even used them in a BBQ with a lid.

back in the day the Basque sheepherders  built on the spot ovens mostly adobe throughout northern Nevada,  eastern Oregon,  and southern Idaho.  in the mid 1960's you could still find the remnants of a few of these ovens.  however I haven't seen one in years.

highdesertranger

Oh that's grand. My brother and I have considered converting his smoker into a hybrid bee hive mud grill sort of a thing. Where his is is downhill of rain runoff during big storms. Hes made trenches and the like to keep the grill dry but it gets flooded sometimes. We're hoping that a mud grill would work better. At any rate it needs to be redesigned. The bricks were construction remnants and not fire rated so after a few years of near daily usage they've cracked and crumbled. I tried to bake off the left over nonstick on a scratched $5 stamped wok in it and the aluminum rivets for the handle melted. It gets very hot when we're seasoning cast iron etc.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - MrNoodly - 04-24-2019

I'm going simple. Chicken ramen with diced curry chicken added.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - XERTYX - 04-25-2019

Another very lazy day. About 10 half strips of bacon a glazed honey bun and a drinkable yogurt. Still a bit peckish might have some ramen still. Leading into bacon, cheese eggs, and hashbrowns for breakfast.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - maki2 - 04-25-2019

Heating up some tamales. I don't feel like cooking today. I also did not feel like working today, maybe after tamale I will have more ambition.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - XERTYX - 04-27-2019

Forgot to post last nights dinner. Might have had something to do with with that adult beverage I had. Who can say?

Split and fried a few of my red hot dogs and cooked the rest of the hashbrowns from breakfast.

Tonight maybe some fried spam and scrambled eggs.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - Dingfelder - 04-28-2019

Chicken salad, quinoa salad, some leftover veggies.

Tomorrow night, split pea soup with stock already made, from a leftover ham hock plus some leftover chicken bones and other scraps. Will throw in some of the leftover ham, along with some carrots and onions.

Breakfast tomorrow, a protein shake. If my milk isn't frozen. I don't see any way to adjust my dometic fridge, and it gets extremely cold in any weather.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - XERTYX - 04-28-2019

No time to post last night. I did have the spam. Around the fire and the grill pit with friends and family. One of the kids was bummed because she didnt want shrimp so I fried some spam on the grill grate for her. Bacon flavor spam to me tastes like spam. No distinction.

For tonight maybe Indian food. Chicken biryani I think.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - XERTYX - 04-30-2019

Well last night I found a deli style take and bake pepperoni pizza marked down to $2.99 I planned to have most of that for dinner. Then I got an invite for rare filet mignon and smoke roasted bell peppers. So I wound up having steak AND pizza. Theres still half of it left. So that will likely be tonight's dinner.


RE: What are you having for dinner? - Dingfelder - 05-01-2019

Lentil soup with sausage yesterday, pea soup with ham today, the latter with some really good ham stock I made. Tasty enough that I wanted to eat it way past the point I wasn't hungry anymore. Luckily for my waistline I was able to resist ... a little. I think ham in pea soup is my favorite way to eat it.