There are plenty of things in the Great Outdoors that could kill a man; his own campfire cooking need not be one of those things.
No camper, no matter how cooking-incompetent, should have to subsist on trail mix and fruit scraps alone like some common tree squirrel. We developed the Dutch Oven Project Kit to transform the average/below-average camping cook into a culinary master.
The cast-iron Dutch Oven belongs to a storied tradition of five-star frontier flavor. Fun fact: Lewis and Clark cooked with multiple Dutch Ovens during their western expedition. Less fun fact: they were probably cooking Raccoon Ragout and Possum Porridge.
The Dutch Oven we’ve selected is a pre-seasoned 12” cast-iron pot that can stew, braise, roast, bake, boil, fry, or poach 6-7 quarts of gourmet buffet. We’ve also included Campmaid’s kickstand/lid-lifter ideal for raising the roof when the pot gets hot, or propping up the oven to bait and trap curious forest critters.
Like a veteran quarterback, a cast-iron pot requires tender care and attention to maintain any semblance of a season. This kit includes a chain mail scrubber and cast iron conditioner to keep the oven tasty and rust-free.
The DIY Dutch Oven Guide includes Dutch Oven care methods, cooking techniques, and most importantly, five amazing and simple Man Crates recipes for ultimate outdoor flavor. We’d risk scoliosis backpacking a Dutch Oven to every campsite and cookout if it meant getting to enjoy meals like the Tri-Animal Jambalaya or Classic Cobbler.
For the guy who tends to make his feasts in the forest, the Dutch Oven is everything but the kitchen sink to make the outdoors a tastier place.
In an awesome cardboard box (NOT A CRATE). Corrugated C Flute cardboard with regular slotted style...told you it was awesome!