- Rex, It is just me and Sugar Booger. I like using the larger pots or the number 12, when just cooking for two. Sugar Booger and I love the left overs. SheMessage 1 of 5 , Dec 1, 2002View SourceRex, It is just me and Sugar Booger. I like using the larger pots or
the number 12, when just cooking for two. Sugar Booger and I love the
She fixed up a pot of Turkey Soup yesterday. No more sandwiches! We
put the rest in the freezer for next time. Santa Fe Soup works great
--- In dutchovencooking@y..., "Rex" <rex0122@y...> wrote:
> I'm one of the silent majority that's been reading this board a
> now, an old eagle scout from the early sixties, that's been cooking
> in the same 12 inch pot for 33 years.
> My question is this: will a new Lodge Logic 10 inch oven fit into a
> Volcano with the adjustment screws all the way in? There's only two
> of us now and I find myself cooking less pot meals, so I'm
> considering a 10", but still want to use my Volcano so I don't have
> to bend over so far. Thanks in advance for your answers.
- ... and non-camp ... foundry. It ... Thanks for the info Brian. I stayed up looking last night and finally found the Logic ovens. They sound like a prettyMessage 2 of 5 , Dec 1, 2002View Source--- In dutchovencooking@y..., "Brian Nielson" <nielsons@a...> wrote:
> Byron,and 'non-camp'
> The Logic cast iron refers to Lodge Logic. It includes camp
> cast iron. It signifies that the Iron is pre-seasoned at thefoundry. It
> comes to you ready to use, right out of the box.Thanks for the info Brian. I stayed up looking last night and
> I'm not familiar with what a Logic oven is.
finally found the Logic ovens. They sound like a pretty good deal
especially if you don't have a convenient place to season your ovens.