New Dutch Oven

I do a lot of dutch oven cooking, but I don’t like the legs on them because I usually either hang it from a tripod or support it with fire irons. But I love the lids on the camp ovens because they have the lip that will hold coals. So I’ve been thinking about sawing the legs off of a cast iron dutch oven to make it fit my needs, and to make it more portable. Before I resorted to the saw, I looked around and found one that was exactly what I was looking for made by a company called Bayou Classic. Amazon.com carries them, and they’re reasonably priced. I just got the 12 quart model. Check it out here.

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