NEW DUTCH OVEN COOKING CLASS February 2022

February 19, 2022
Old Las Vegas Fort

500 East Washington Avenue
Las Vegas, NV 89101

Reserve your own spot in the up coming class.   Or contact the Old Mormon Fort if you have questions.  Sign up is open for the next scheduled Dutch Oven cooking class is scheduled for
February 19, 2022.

You can sign up now through the Eventbrite Website, the Friends of the Fort uses to collect payment and reserve your spot.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dutch-oven-cooking-class-tickets-210871581577

The class can prepare you to enter the Dutch Oven Cooking Competition at the Old Fort, hosted by Nevada State Parks on Saturday, March 26th, 2022. For more information on the competition, please email Carson at:

cfehner@parks.nv.gov

The Old Fort is located at 500 E. Washington Ave, in Las Vegas, NV

Article submitted by: Ruth Rauma, Friends of the Fort

 

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DUTCH OVEN COOKING CLASS November 2021

Dutch Oven Cooking Class at the Old Mormon Fort
Nevada State Park – Las Vegas, Nevada

On a beautiful fall day in November 2021, at the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort, the air smelled wonderful.  Of freshly baked bread, chili, pineapple cake, and cinnamon rolls.  Just a few of the Dutch Oven dishes being prepared at the Dutch Oven Cooking Class.  Presented by Russ and Susan Richins.

Russ and Susan Richins are owners of Rocking RR Chuck-wagon.

Friends of the Fort, a non-profit, is a group that supports the Old Mormon Fort The Fort is a Nevada State Park, located in Las Vegas.  Friends of the Fort hosted their first Dutch Oven Cooking class.

14 fortunate students got hands on coaching and experience, learning everything about Dutch Ovens and how to master the art of cooking in them.

Susan and Russ traveled from Phoenix, AZ, to present this full-day class. They have been cooking in Dutch Ovens for about 57 years and have been teaching classes for 20 years. Susan and Russ have participated in Dutch Oven competitions throughout Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Colorado, and won an Arizona State Championship.

The class was a full-day.  Students learn how to select Dutch Ovens, how to care for them, and how to cook and bake in them.  Along with how to regulate the heat, and various cooking methods.

Each student made a yeast and sourdough bread from scratch.  A main dish.  Also a  side dish or dessert.  Susan and Russ provided all of the cooking equipment and all of the ingredients for the recipes.  After the class, there was a pot luck for everyone to share and enjoy the dishes that were prepared.

We received much positive feedback about this class.  It was a great introduction to cast iron cooking for those with no experience.  It was also well  received by those that wanted to hone their skills.

Reserve your own spot in the up coming class, or come out to observe.  Watch for detailed info we will post in support.  Or contact the Old Mormon Fort.  The next scheduled cooking class is scheduled for February 2022.

You can also sign up now through the Eventbrite Website the Friends of the Fort uses to collecting payment.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dutch-oven-cooking-class-tickets-210871581577

The class can prepare you to enter the Dutch Oven Cooking Competition at the Old Fort, hosted by Nevada State Parks on Saturday, March 26th. For more information on the competition, please email Carson at

cfehner@parks.nv.gov

The Old Fort is located at 500 E. Washington Ave, in Las Vegas, NV

Article submitted by: Ruth Rauma, Friends of the Fort

 

 

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We made a correction to our Hamburger Bun Recipe

For those of you that subscribe to our email list.  Please be aware we made an edit to the Hamburger Bun Recipe.

It was brought to our attention that we omitted the yeast and its measurement in the ingredient list.  We did have it in the instruction area.  Most experienced cooks might  catch this right away and be able to wing it without the measurement.

We made the correcting edit today.  If you printed out the original recipe, please throw that copy away, and reprint a new copy.  Sorry for any confusion.

For those that don’t know.  The recipes have a “Printer” icon near the top for your convenience.  Just click to print.  No need to mess with copy and paste methods.

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RECIPE: EASY BAGELS


The “Everything” Bagel

RECIPE: EASY BAGELS

This is a no yeast, quick and easy recipe for bagels. We often do these in a Dutch Oven while camping. I can't take credit for the recipe since a friend [Kathleen LeBlanc] shared it, and the technique, with me while camping. She did not know where it originated either.
Servings 4 Bagels

Ingredients
  

  • 1 Cup Self Rising Flour Or 1 C regular flour + 2 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 Cup Non Fat Greek Yogurt Not Regular Yogurt
  • 1/2 tsp Salt (Regular Table) or 3/4 tsp kosher salt
  • 1 Large Egg White

Instructions
 

  • Preheat Oven to 375°F - Or Charcoal for 375° Spray oil a cookie sheet or Dutch Oven bottom. Parchment paper could be used too, but spray oil the paper too.
  • In bowl combing the self rising flour and salt. Whisk together
  • With a fork, spatula or hands, mix in the yogurt until combined and looks like crumbles.
  • On a floured board knead the dough a few times. Dough should be tacky, not sticky. (15 to 20) turns.
  • Divide into 4 equal balls. Roll each ball into 3/4-inch thick ropes and join the ends to form your bagel. Or make a ball and poke a hole with your finger then stretch/form your bagel
  • Top with egg white wash and sprinkle with the seasoning you prefer.
  • Bake on the top rack of your oven. Or in a Dutch Oven with top heat for 375°F based on you Dutch Oven size.

Notes

The "Apple Pie Bagel".  Canned Apple Pie Filling - Cinnamon - Salt - Butter

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