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post #21 of 27
Its been 9 months since i said nice job in this thread..

Nice job again Roger!!!!!
post #22 of 27
Makes sense. I'll have to try it!
post #23 of 27

Cool Post

How often did you have to add some coals.

Looks awesome and I can't wait to try it out!PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #24 of 27
wow im glad this got bumped cause i now gots a 12" D.O. with legsPDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #25 of 27
Thread Starter 

Sorry I missed your post jimwalter73


"How often do you change the coals?"


Well actually never.


The first set of coals is enough to go right to the end of the bake. Just jiggle the ash off of them every once in a while and by the time the bread is done they are still hot enought to maintain 350f in your pot. If your out in the wind you will probably have to replenish them. I use that neat little red bbq I got at wal-mart for $30.00 as a wind break so never have to worry bout the wind.


When camping up at the lake I dig a circle twice the width of my DO and about 6-8" deep then level the bottom of the hole.  I pile the dirt from the hole on the windy side of the hole as a further windbreak & place the coals in the bottom.


It works really well. If is so windy that you need a deeper hole, it is too windy to have a fire in the forest anyway so I bite the bullet and make bread in the motorhome.





post #26 of 27

Man That bread looks real good.. Nice jobicon14.gif

post #27 of 27

That looks great. I burn the top of mine so I'll try your aluminum foil thanks for sharing

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