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Ahh.. thanks for that link.  I'm a total newbie with my dutch oven. I've made exactly 1 loaf of bread with it, in the oven, but have hopes of expanding my horizons a bit.  My family isn't big on stews, but breads... they like those!  I will try this spicy loaf next.  Maybe I'll even cook it on charcoal outside this time?

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Ahh.. thanks for that link.  I'm a total newbie with my dutch oven. I've made exactly 1 loaf of bread with it, in the oven, but have hopes of expanding my horizons a bit.  My family isn't big on stews, but breads... they like those!  I will try this spicy loaf next.  Maybe I'll even cook it on charcoal outside this time?

Here's a handy chart for you to reference:

 

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If your family likes deserts there's some easy to bake deserts too. Breakfast casseroles, my favorite thing to cook in my DO is to do salt packed prime rib or chicken.

post #43 of 44

Again--Thanks.  I've seen some of those charts before, but I like how simple this one looks.  I assume the boxes contain the number of charcoal squares, and the the bold number is how many you put on the lid, and the lighter number (denominator in each fraction) is how many you put underneath it.  

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Again--Thanks.  I've seen some of those charts before, but I like how simple this one looks.  I assume the boxes contain the number of charcoal squares, and the the bold number is how many you put on the lid, and the lighter number (denominator in each fraction) is how many you put underneath it.  

Yes that is correct.
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