3091Re: [DUTCH OVEN COOKING] What to buy
- Apr 2, 2002Hey Karen....if you're gonna hang out with this group watch your waistline! It tends to get bigger cause of the great food!
GARZA <dkgarza@...> wrote: I looked at the MACCA site. I can't imagine ever needing one of those
huge ones. I'd like to have several sizes eventually, but I will
probably just buy a 12" for now. I'm really looking forward to shopping
tomorrow. Cobbler sounds really good right now. I need to find a recipe
for some. Maybe raspberry. mmm this is gonna be lots of fun hanging out
in this group with you folks :-)
Tom Thumma wrote:
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> Hi Karen....glad I could pass on information. That's how I got started
> too. If there are only three in your family consider getting a 10"
> too. Bout the 12" DO.....get a regular one. Lodge does make deep DOs
> in 12" and 14". They are mostly for larger groups. They 12" regular is
> probably the best baker for biscuits, bread, dump cakes and cobblers
> there is! Now if you want a REAL BIG DO check out the link to MACCA.
> They make some real big DOs.
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