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  1. #11
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    The wifie got me a DO for my birthday.

    Its a 14" 8 qt (bread oven, technically)

    I hope this is a decent starter DO and versatile. I dont wanna take it bake for a different sized one and hurt her feelings. I dont know enough to know if its a good one for beginners. but its officially for this beginner.

    2 things:
    I love low and slow cooking in almost everything except frying foods or grilling steak. have you guys cooked with Do at 225-275 much?

    Its pre seasoned, do i need to scrub it down and season again?


    ....now what to cook first on it........
    Last edited by YankeeQ; 03-06-2013 at 05:27 PM.
    Never trust a skinny person for food advice.

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    A 14" is a nice pot. A little large for just cooking for two, but should work. Should be able to bake in it plenty easy. I got a cast iron gas stove burner grate I use to sit stuff on when baking.
    Steve


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    Quote Originally Posted by Short One View Post
    A 14" is a nice pot. A little large for just cooking for two, but should work. Should be able to bake in it plenty easy. I got a cast iron gas stove burner grate I use to sit stuff on when baking.

    There is the wife, daughter and granny here. So it wont be too bad cooking with that pot, plus i am a left over king, i almost never waste food.

    I plan on making some kind of meal in it this weekend. Told the wife i would bake in our gas oven the first time. She said, "ya, ok. I gaurantee your'e outside using coals"....she might know me.
    Never trust a skinny person for food advice.

  4. #14
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    Can i use the cheapest briqs possible?

    I assume i dont need quality briqs

    thanks gang
    Never trust a skinny person for food advice.

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