CAST IRON PAN STORE OUTDOOR COOKING
Cast Iron Pete’s Outdoor Cookin’
Time to load the Camper and the Kids and hit the road. Pete’s got a lot of ideas and supplies to make that camping trip special, not to mention tasty. Grab some cormeal to fry that prize fish and serve with hushpuppies in your favorite cast iron skillet. Put on a pot of Texas Red or some ham and beans for that true outdoor cooking experience. Charcoal, Wood or Gas, nothing lends itself to cooking over low heat quite like good ole cast iron cookware. See ya there!
Good outdoor cooking starts with good recipes. Here’s a couple of books to get you started.
Got some good recipes, got the supplies, now it’s time for the pots and accessories.
Outdoor cooking in a dutch oven generally requires either hanging it from a tripod or placing hot coals on the top, bottom or both.This 8 qt. Dutch Oven with legs offers opportunities for a wide variety of cooking fuels and is large enough to feed a hungry crowd.
This is a must have if you’re cooking over an open fire or have hot coals on the top of the Dutch Oven. Oven gloves and pot holders won’t keep you away from the fire and heat and cast iron burns are painful. Safely get the lid off the pot with this lid lifter.
A perfect companion for any outdoor dutch oven. Sturdy enough to keep that pot at the perfect height above the fuel source.
Into every every outdoor cooking extravaganza some rain eventually falls. This portable outdoor heat source will keep that pot of beans going.
A nice addition to the usual Pots and Skillets used in outdoor cooking. Holds more food than a skillet and can be placed directly over the fire pit. Great for eggs and bacon, pancakes, or any other cooking task requiring a grill.
Here’s a nice little space saver to tuck into the camper. The skillet doubles as a lid for the Dutch Oven providing the best of both worlds for outdoor camping.