- Cornish game hens always look nice in a Dutch oven. Is there a preference for a particular meat? Or salmon?
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> I just emailed you one recipe off group. Have you done the Cajun Garlic pork roast? I'm pretty sure I've posted that here somewhere. I don't know about "fancy" but it's a bit different. If you happen to do breakfast, the Peachy French toast and the Pecan Praline French toast are both good. Ronda
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "icookforcrowds" <whitecrew5@> wrote:
> > I'm about to begin planning a family reunion for next year for probably around 50 or so from part of my husband's birth family. About half of these folks or more have rather, how shall I put this, more discriminating tastes when it comes to food. For me - I cook like the women in my family who came before me - country cookin' like for a threshing crew! So, I guess I'm asking if anyone has suggestions for recipes for something that is a bit fancier than the soups, stew, casseroles, etc. for main dishes that I could do in my Dutch ovens? One other family member wants to cook 1 meal in our iron (he and his boys are scouters) for the group so I'm looking for some tried and true main dishes. I'm thinking I'd do some pineapple upside down cakes for desserts since I've done those before with success - easy and they look pretty!
> > Thanks in advance!
> > Becky
- Hey Becky!
The last few cook off I have seen, they are cooking a stuffed Loin wrapped in bacon. They Brade the bacon.
In OK. NDOG 2009, we had a demo on a Fatty. It was stuffed hamburger roll wrapped in Bacon.You roll out your meat flat and put all your condiments inside. And roll it up. All you need is the bun.