200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Gunhippie
Had to try out my new DO, and I decided on the potjiekos--South African stew--that someone else posted recently. I found a good looking recipe online, read it, and then faked it from memory.

Meat was elk stew meat and bacon. I used fresh, finely chopped garlic and ginger root instead of paste, fresh Roma tomatos instead of canned, and some lager instead of wine. Vegies were shallot, scallions (ramps being a little hard to come by in these parts), potatos, carrot and green beans, all fresh. Seems I may have added just a bit too much liquid for the final stewing, but I'm still getting used to the near-hermetic seal of the Lodge DO lid. I'm used to getting some reduction even when cooking with a lid on, but not this one.

Crappy cell-phone pics from my phractured phone:

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I can't download from my crappy phone any more, so sent them to a friend and had him e-mail them to me. I suspect he sent me thumbnails.

Anyway, right tasty! I'll be adding this to my repertoire!
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Majicwrench
Now I'm suddenly hungry.....
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BSAGuy
i'll be right over, Timm.  I hope you washed it down with liberal quantities of Terminal Gravity.
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1hpycmpr
Just got done with dinner myself but that looks good, Timm.  By the time I get there, utensil in hand, I’ll have an appetite again!
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Colonel_kernel
I’d hit that. 
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outlawmws
Timm; Stove top or in the oven?

Man, I was getting hungry before I saw the food...
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Sandman
Looks good......but is repertoire in the ramp family?.......lol

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Crater Eddie
Looks good!
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Gunhippie
Sorry, guys, I didn't save any for you all!

Sandman--Are those wild or garden-grown?

I've never had ramps, but if I could get a taste of them I could maybe find a local wild Alium that was close enough.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
Walk a mile in a man's shoes before you criticize him--then you're a mile away, and he has no shoes.
Texan's last words: "Y'all--hold my beer--I wanta' try sumptin'."
Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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Sandman
Gunhippie wrote:
Sorry, guys, I didn't save any for you all!

Sandman--Are those wild or garden-grown?

I've never had ramps, but if I could get a taste of them I could maybe find a local wild Alium that was close enough.
wild leeks, ramps ..........they are called both around here...they spread out into huge patches.. they are in the woodlots all over in my area......i try & dig some ea spring......they are small but powerful, kinda like a garlic tasting scallion 

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