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  • What Are Dutch Ovens?

    What Are Dutch Ovens?

    What Are Dutch Ovens? Dutch ovens are cylindrical, heavy gauge cooking pots with tight-fitting lids that can be used either on a range top or in the oven. The heavy metal or ceramic construction provides constant, even, and multi-directional radiant heat to the food being cooked inside. With a wi...
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  • What to look for when buying the best Dutch oven

    What to look for when buying the best Dutch oven

    What to look for when buying the best Dutch oven When shopping for a Dutch oven, you’ll first want to consider the best size for your needs. The most popular interior sizes are between 5 and 7 quarts, but you can find products as small as 3 quarts or as large as 13. If you tend to make larg...
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  • Vegetarian Skillet Pizza

    Vegetarian Skillet Pizza

    Vegetarian Skillet Pizza METHOD:  1.In a small bowl, add the warm water and the active dried yeast and stir to combine. Let it sit for 10 minutes while the yeast dissolves.  2.Once dissolved, in a large bowl combine the flour, salt, sugar, oil and the dissolved yeast and...
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  • What is Cast Iron Seasoning?

    What is Cast Iron Seasoning?

    What is Cast Iron Seasoning? Seasoning is a layer of hardened (polymerized) fat or oil that is baked on to the surface of your cast iron to protect it and ensure non-stick cooking performance. Simple as that! Seasoning is natural, safe and completely renewable. Your seasoning will come and go wi...
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  • How to Clean Cast Iron Cookware

    How to Clean Cast Iron Cookware

    Follow these best practices for cast iron cleaning to keep your cast iron cooking for generations. Cleaning cast iron is easy. In our opinion, hot water, a rag or sturdy paper towel, and a little elbow grease are all your cast iron needs. Stay away from scouring pads, steel wool and abrasive cle...
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  • How to Cook with Cast Iron Cookware

    How to Cook with Cast Iron Cookware

    Follow these cooking tips to get it right every time. ALWAYS PREHEAT Always preheat your skillet for 5-10 minutes on LOW before increasing the heat or adding any food. To test if your skillet is hot enough, flick a few drops of water into it. The water should sizzle and dance. Do not preheat you...
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  • POLENTA GNOCCHI AU GRATIN IN SPICY, HOT PEPPER CREAM SAUCE

    POLENTA GNOCCHI AU GRATIN IN SPICY, HOT PEPPER CREAM SAUCE

      INGREDIENTS   1 red pepper 150 ml vegetable broth 2 tbsp. Ajvar paste 100ml cream salt, pepper, nutmeg 75g butter in total 100g polenta 100g freshly grated Parmesan cheese 2 egg yolks 1 small leek   PREPARATION   1. Remove the seeds from the pepper, dice it, and sauté in 2 ...
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