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Go aheadâ¦âunburnâ it. If it is undercookedâ¦you can save it. Burn it, you can lie and call it âCajun styleâ or you can scrape the toast. But beyond thatâ¦itâs over. Even or uneven heat, which is best? Well the answer isâ¦â¦â¦it depends.
When we asked the employees what they would like for Valentineâs Day dinner, the most requested thing was BBQ ribs, a potato of some kind, bread and another side. The vote was that the Product Engineers choice was the best dinner here at Camp Chef, so we thought we would cook it up and share it with you all. This was all made in our cast iron cookware and it cooked to perfection!
I have been fascinated with artisan breads for many years. Living in a smaller town, we didnât get a bakery dedicated to these beautiful breads until about 8 years ago, but I drooled over them as I watched people eat them on television. Then when our local bakery opened, it was purported to being worked 24 hours a day because that is what is required for true artisan breads. I figured I would never be able to produce such delicacies.
We have a local restaurant that is a family favorite and before you get your juicy steak, they serve homemade rolls and corn pone. These rolls are special and unique though. They are not dense and sweet like Texas Roadhouse, but flaky and light almost like a fluffy biscuit.
I have been trying a few new recipes. This one made me a bit nervous as it did not look too kid friendly, but my kids ate it! I was surprised. This is like a thicker version of taco soup. Originally, it is supposed to be eaten with the cornbread, but we ate it with Doritos. Needless to say, we had full bellies and orange fingers!
For this one, you will need 2 skillets. Or a skillet and a pie plate. This is a great Tex-Mex meal, that will stick to your ribs, but go easy on the wallet.
Welcome to Everyday Cast Iron! This blog is designed to not only teach you some basics of cast iron (and maybe convince you to start using cast iron), but also share some delicious recipes that real people eat! You never know what interesting tips you may uncover or what might just show up on your dinner table.
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