Our fall DOG is Nov 2 at Powhatan State Park at site 4 in the campground. You dont have to camp but the park might charge to get into park if coming for the day. Dinner is at 4:30 pm so Pots on the table at 4:30. You can come and cook at site 4 if coming for the day.
Made this in my backyard and they where awesome!!!!
2-3 pounds of ribs
4 gloves of garlic (pieces)
1-2 bbq sauce
oil bottom of DO liberally
chop onions, garlic and place in DO and coat onions so they don’t stick.
About 14 coals on top of a 12″ DO and 7 on the bottom. Cook until tender about 2 hours.
Drain fat from DO and pour and cover ribs in sauce and let heat up about 15-20 mins
1 pkg. German Chocolate cake
1 can Sweetened condensed milk (14 oz)
1 jar Caramel or butterscotch topping( i use Caramel)
1 container Cool Whip
2 king size your favorite candy bar crushed (i have used Heath and twix)
Bake cake as per directions in a 9×13 or 12 inch DO. Take cake from oven or DO and still warm poke holes all over top with a wooden spoon. Pour can of sweetened condensed milk into holes. Then pour in caramel or butterscotch topping into holes. Cover with cool whip after cake cools then sprinkle with crushed candy bars. VERY RICH but DELICIOUS!!!!!!
Made this for Breakfast a while back. A nice filling breakfast.
12 inch dutch oven and skillet
2 tubes of biscuits (the small ones with 8 per tube)
1 lb sausage
2 packages of country gravy mix (2 cups per package)
– Fry the sausage & set aside
– Scramble the eggs & set aside
– Bake the biscuits in the 12″ oven
– Mix up the gravy while the biscuits are baking
– Layer the sausage, scrambled eggs, and gravy over the biscuits
– Heat until piping hot and serve
Went camping with other members of Old Dominion Iron Chefs and made this for breakfast. It did not last long!!! Enjoy.
Pizza dough ( i used thick dough)
1/4 cup milk
8 oz. shredded cheddar cheese
8 oz. shredded mozzarella cheese
breakfast sausage( i used a mild)
add veggies or other meats
Lightly oil or spray a 12 inch dutch oven; line with parchment paper.
Pat or roll dough into bottom of oven to 1/4 inch thickness, raise dough slightly around edge of oven to form rim. Make little indentations with your fingertips in the dough,
Beat the eggs with the milk, pour over the center of the crust. Use spoon or pastry brush to evenly disperse the egg.
Evenly cover the egg and Scatter the sausage. Add salt and pepper.
Cover with cheeses; top with crumbled bacon.
Bake at 450 degrees for 15-20 minutes or until eggs are set and crust has browned.