Dutchoven Cooking is alternative cooking by using charcoal as the heat source. The cast iron pot distrubtes heat evenly and picks up the juices to add flavor to the food. You can be creative and use left-overs thrown into the pot, or you can back a cake by following instructions on the package or recipe.
We’ve done some interesting things in our cooker. I put leftover seasoned pasta and vegetables from Birdeye, some stew meat (quickly browned on the stove first but you don’t have to do it that way), and a half of a package of french fries or potato barrels. Then I put in Italian seasoning and a large can of cream of mushroom soup over the top and baked it. It was so good. My husband freaked out the scouts at our home one time when he called that stew “Road Kill Stew”.