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starleen2



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Location: Mt. Pleasant, Texas

PostPosted: Friday 2-20-2009 7:37 pm    Post subject: Greeting from Starleen2, Texas cook Reply with quote

Greeting all- We are the Stewarts: Scott, Cindy, and Georgia – affectionately known as Starleen2. I was bitten by the lure of Cast iron about two years ago at a teardrop gathering. That’s when I saw my first Dutch oven. Since that day – my CI collection has grown. I have two cases dedicated to my CI and try to carry it on all my camping trips. I just love to cook in it. BTW – we love to go camping anytime we can get away for a few days: Signature dish - Chicken Alfreo
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PostPosted: Friday 2-20-2009 7:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome Starleen2,
You are in good company here.We all love to cook with the Black Pots.
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PostPosted: Friday 2-20-2009 8:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Welcome aboard... how 'bout that recipe?!?
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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 12:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How about a photo of that recipe? Laughing You know, the bubble oil stuff!!! Cool

Mike...
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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 3:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Big welcome to the Stewarts from the Land Downd Downunder

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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 7:41 am    Post subject: Re: Greeting from Starleen2, Texas cook Reply with quote

starleen2 wrote:
Greeting all- We are the Stewarts: Scott, Cindy, and Georgia – affectionately known as Starleen2. I was bitten by the lure of Cast iron about two years ago at a teardrop gathering. That’s when I saw my first Dutch oven. Since that day – my CI collection has grown. I have two cases dedicated to my CI and try to carry it on all my camping trips. I just love to cook in it. BTW – we love to go camping anytime we can get away for a few days: Signature dish - Chicken Alfreo


Welcome aboard!!!

It's just a matter of time before all of Mike's membership are members over here too! Oh wait...I can't afford a dedicated server. Let's only accept the ones that have good recipes. Chicken Alfredo sounds like a winner to me!

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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 10:07 am    Post subject: Re: Greeting from Starleen2, Texas cook Reply with quote

Joanne wrote:


It's just a matter of time before all of Mike's membership are members over here too!


Laughing Laughing Laughing

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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 5:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

mikeschn wrote:
How about a photo of that recipe? Laughing You know, the bubble oil stuff!!! Cool

Mike...


USUALLY its gone before the camera gets out Laughing

One day I Need to get a photo of my all CI in one group
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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Laughing Laughing Laughing

I'm pretty patient...

I remember one time I sent a digital camera to someone, so that they could take pictues...

but I don't think you need one... judging by your posts over on T&TTT. Laughing

So what does it take to get all your C.I. together with your camera?

Mike...
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PostPosted: Saturday 2-21-2009 6:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike - just getting it out and taking the covers off em' to snap a pict Cool

Here's a shot of all my wares. Not a large collection but enough - until I find the next gotta have piece - the waffle iron


My Bayou classic Grill that I use for coals along with some muffins I made

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PostPosted: Sunday 2-22-2009 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah you're a good man, you do know how to use your camera!!! Gold Tooth Smile: Laughing

You've got quite the collection.

I've got 2. Shy Smile

Do you typically buy new or used?

Mike...
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PostPosted: Sunday 2-22-2009 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

mikeschn wrote:
Ah you're a good man, you do know how to use your camera!!! Gold Tooth Smile: Laughing

You've got quite the collection.

I've got 2. Shy Smile

Do you typically buy new or used?

Mike...


When I first started, it was new stuff - then I started following the CI threads and found places to look for the used stuff - I found a griddle for $4.00 and learned how strip and season em'. now its about 1/4 (used)of what I use. I don't think I'll ever reach to the level of Dean though. I collect only that which I'll use
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PostPosted: Sunday 2-22-2009 6:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

starleen2 wrote:
Mike - just getting it out and taking the covers off em' to snap a pict Cool

Here's a shot of all my wares. Not a large collection but enough - until I find the next gotta have piece - the waffle iron.


The waffles irons are really fun! The idea of making waffles without an electrical iron seemed so foreign to me. Now I can just fire up the camp stove and start making waffles. When camping with friends who don't know the depth of your cast iron depravity, the surprise of waffles comes as quite a surprise! (If you are looking for one, I recommend the deep base if you plan to cook on your gas stove.)

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PostPosted: Sunday 2-22-2009 7:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

starleen2 wrote:
mikeschn wrote:
Ah you're a good man, you do know how to use your camera!!! Gold Tooth Smile: Laughing

You've got quite the collection.

I've got 2. Shy Smile

Do you typically buy new or used?

Mike...


When I first started, it was new stuff - then I started following the CI threads and found places to look for the used stuff - I found a griddle for $4.00 and learned how strip and season em'. now its about 1/4 (used)of what I use. I don't think I'll ever reach to the level of Dean though. I collect only that which I'll use


I'd still like to get a good CI skillet, and maybe a 14" D.O. I don't think I'd need much more than that...

Do you store your iron with oil on the inside AND the outside? Confused

Mike...
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PostPosted: Sunday 2-22-2009 6:49 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Mike - I store mine with a light coating of cooking spray on all surfaces and store them in custom made covers which I sewed from denim and vinyl

Heres a link for the covers: http://www.mikenchell.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=21933
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