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Discussion in 'Cooking Equipment Reviews' started by р8рр0, Jun 18, 2019.
Does anyone have experience building a DIY table for dutch oven cooking?
I just have a commercial one.
Could you please explain? I don't know what a table for Dutch oven cooking is.
For camp Dutch oven cooking
I looked them up on line and as much as I like making things, not sure I'd bother when a new one is around $100-150. I would think you'd need some metal working equipment to cut sheet metal for the base and sides plus find lightweight, sturdy metal tubing for the legs, then drill and screw/bolt it all together. Too much of a project for me.
I just stoop down.
I stooped for many years. But the table is worth the small space and weight impact.
What advantage that as opposed to just putting them on a counter? I don't see how this table prevents any stooping down.
This is about cooking with charcoal in cast iron usually in a less developed campsite. Or perhaps a wood fired cooking hearth.
But stooping down to cook a few inches off the ground gets old fast.
You can see my meal https://cheftalk.com/threads/dutch-oven-chicken-n-dumplings-sorta.60621/
Ah ok, knew there had to be more to it.