Our good friend, Gary House of Cooking Outdoorshas found an ingenious way to get his Dutch Oven up and out of the dirt to a convenient level to cook with. Easy to clean up too! …And here’s how he did it…
— In my quest to limit my camping inventory list and the accompanying weight issues, I have been able to develop a couple of clever ideas; some of you have viewed these in my new DVD â€œTaking your Dutch oven to the Maxâ€ and I have shared many through Twitter, Facebook and Cooking-Outdoors.com. My latest frustration has been the packing two cooking platforms, my Camp Chef Big Gas Grill and a Dutch oven cooking table for camping, along with the various additional pieces required to prepare my meals at camp.
I was working on a new camping recipe, â€œDutch oven Pigs in the Hole Pancake Recipeâ€ and just did not want to drag out my Dutch oven cooking table that day. My Camp Chef Big Gas Grill is always available on my patio for cooking and I decided to put it to good use with the addition of just one camping accessory I never leave at home, â€œAluminum foilâ€. This allowed me to use the grill box and side burner to prepare my recipe.
This allows me the ability to flex my cooking techniques, keep my cooking arsenal to a minimum along with a fast and easy clean-up.
The photos below give you a good idea of how I did it.
If you have any Camp Chef Big Gas Grill tips or tricks, please share them here! Would love to know how you do it.
For more information about Gary House and other great recipes and ideas, visit the Outdoor Cook’s blog post here.