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a chart with a simple breakdown of how much charcoal you need on the top and bottom of your dutch oven to achieve a certain temperature! brilliant!

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Dutch Oven Temperature Chart! Guide For Desired Cooking Temperatures, Number Of Charcoal Briquettes Needed. Using a Dutch oven temperature chart as a guide to achieve desired cooking temperatures is half the battle when cooking in the great outdoors! It’s part art and part science … so, let’s start the charcoal and get cooking! Tips to deal with Wind, Air Temperature, Altitude, Humidity, Cooking Methods and More!

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Dutch Oven Temperature Chart Number of Charcoal Briquettes Required - Camping For Foodies .com

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Store charcoal in 5 gallon buckets. 1 Bag of Charcoal Briquettes will make it possible for you to cook 1 Meal a Day for a whole month. It's a great storage item to have on hand. Add a couple bottles of starter fluid and you're good to go!

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Use sugar instead of lighter fluid - Once sugar is exposed to a flame, it decomposes rapidly and releases a fire-friendly chemical that can help ignite that stubborn charcoal. Simply apply a light dusting of sugar to the coals before you light them.

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No camping trip is complete without great food! Cooking for two? Or a crowd? We’ve got outdoor camp meals that can be cooked in cast iron Dutch ovens using charcoal briquettes or tripods and grates over campfires. You’ll love our fun and easy Dutch oven recipes for camping! We have Lemon Blueberry Topped Campfire Dutch Baby + Bacon And Cheese Quiche Dutch Oven Camping Recipe + Hot Italian Sausage Soup Dutch Oven Camping Recipe and more!

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8 Easy Tips to Smoking Meat Like a Pro - The first step to bringing out the robust flavor of ribs, brisket and other meats is selecting the best meat smoker and deciding which fuel option — charcoal, electric or gas – works best for you. Smokers are fueled by propane gas, electricity or traditional charcoal briquettes. The fuel in turn heats wood that generates smoke. http://www.odumagazine.com/8-easy-tips-to-smoking-meat-like-a-pro/

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