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Dutch Oven Demo

Our Dutch Oven Group demonstrated their skill to dozens of appreciative folks at Crescent Supply on Saturday, March 14, 2009.
All photos courtesy of Kathleen Zumbrunn.
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Crowd of people
People who came along to shop and taste the goodies.


People and dutch ovens
A street view of our set-up.


Jon Caudill
Jon Caudill cooking his chili.


Debra Mason
Debra Mason serving up her Crescent Rolls.


Barbara Newsome
Barbara Newsome cooking her Italian Sausage and Pasta Soup.


Jon Caudill, Nancy Gross
Jon Caudill cooking Chili and Nancy Gross with Tamale Pie


Jerrie Thomas
Jerrie Thomas with her Orange Glazed Cinnamon Rolls


JeriAnn King, Debra Mason
JeriAnn King helping Debra Mason


Jerrie Thomas, Vicki Morales
Jerrie Thomas and Vicki Morales with Vicki's Apple Cake


Barbara Newsome, Pizza Style Monkey Bread
Barbara Newsome and her grand daughter Caitlin cooking Pizza Style Monkey Bread. (Second grand daughter looking on.)


Pizza Style Monkey Bread
Pizza Style Monkey Bread


Nancy Gross, Tamale Pie
Nancy Gross and her delicious Tamale Pie




Dutch Oven Demonstration

by Kathy Zumbrunn

The Backcountry Horsemen were invited to hold a Dutch oven demonstration in front of the Crescent Work and Outdoor store on Saturday, March 14th. It was a beautiful, sunny day and there were 14 Mid Valley members present, plus some family members and guests. We had 7 cooks slaving away over hot coals: Jerrie Thomas, Vicki Morales, Debra Mason, Sandy and Barbara Newsome, Nancy Gross and Jon Caudill. JeriAnn King, Ellen Monk and Caitlin Golding also stepped in and did a little cooking. Others in attendance were: Michael King, Carl and Julie Perry, Roy Collins, Bob Thomas, Nicole Estrada and her daughter Emily, Lynn and Caitlin Golding and myself.

The food was plentiful and delicious. Some of the dishes served were: pizza style monkey bread, Italian sausage and pasta soup, apple cake, chile beans, tamale pie, crescent rolls, cinnamon rolls and pot roast. The wonderful aromas drew a good crowd of shoppers and everyone enjoyed tasting the different dishes and asking questions about Backcountry Horsemen and Dutch oven cooking.

All in all it was a great day for everyone.

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