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Wednesday's Dutch Oven Recipe

Double Cheese Bacon NibblersIngredients:20 Rhodes™ Dinner Rolls, thawed but still cold1/4 cup butter or margarine, melted6 pieces bacon, fried and crumbled2 cups grated cheddar cheese Instructions:Melt butter in the top of a 12" Ultimate Dutch oven (Use the deep lid as your base or bottom). Cut each roll into 3 pieces; roll the pieces in the butter and leave in pan. Sprinkle crumbled bacon over the rolls. Top with grated cheese. Cover with sprayed plastic wrap. Let rise until double in size. Remove wrap. Bake at 350ºF 20-25 minutes. (15 Coals on top and 9 on the bottom. (Adapted from Rhodes Bake-N-Serv)


The Central Park Ward is having a reunion! The Ward is 85 years old this year. So we are all trying to spread the word so everyone that wants to can come and join us.

Here are the details:

August 21, 2009
7:00 PM
At the Church (2700 South and 300 East)
See you there!

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Central Park Ward Reunion
Date: August 21, 2009
Time: 7:00PM
Where: Central Park Ward Church house

Central Park Ward Reunion
Date: August 21, 2009
Time: 7:00PM
Where: Central Park Ward Church hous

Wednesday's Dutch Oven Recipe

Hungry Scout French Toast

1 Tube Sausage or Fruit of choice (1-2 Cups)
1 stick of butter or margarine
1/2 C. brown sugar
1 can 29 oz. peaches
1 loaf Texas Toast
6 eggs
1/2 C. milk
2 tsp. vanilla
1 big zip lock bag Gallon plus

Break up your loaf of bread into bite size pieces and put them in your zip lock bag, add eggs and milk and mix together in the bag, set aside.
Brown the sausage in your 12" Dutch oven, set aside.
Melt the butter and brown sugar, stir frequently, continue to cook for about 5 minutes.
Pour bread and egg mixture in a 12" Dutch oven. Add sausage or fruit to the Dutch oven and mix it into the bread mixture, pour melted butter and brown sugar mixture over the top. Cook for 30-40 minutes at 350 degrees. For charcoal figure 8-10 pieces on the bottom and 10-12 on the top. Don't be afraid to check it.

Sprinkle powdered sugar on the top. Enjoy with syrup or eat just as it is.

Wednesday's Dutch Oven Recipe

Easy BBQ Stick To Your Ribs

12" Dutch Oven


3-4 Lbs of Pork Ribs
1 Tablespoon of Oil
Seasoning to taste (Salt, pepper, etc…we like a mixed one)
1 Zip lock bag
1 Bottle of your favorite BBQ Sauce
Water to rinse out the bottle

Rub the ribs down with the oil and your seasonings, place them in the zip lock bag and let sit for 30 minutes in the fridge or cooler. Put the ribs in the Dutch oven and cook for 30 minutes at 350 degrees (10 pieces of charcoal on the Bottom and 15 on Top) Drain any excess oil inside the oven (be very careful) Pour the whole bottle of BBQ sauce over the ribs and add the water to the bottle and rinse the remainder into the oven. Cook for another 30 minutes at 350. The enjoy them.

Fathers and sons outing

I have been Going to Father's and Sons Outings for a long time with my sons. I remember the first one with my first son (Byron). I think he was only about 9 months old or something like that. I think both my sons went on everyone with me since they were tiny until the became missionaries and weren't around for a couple of years. A lot of things got in the way as they got older but it still is an annual event that we try and get to.

It was fun when they were small, but we do other things now that they are grown. We played around in the dutch ovens. It was Dallin's Birthday so I made him a ckae in the Dutch oven. It was a fruit cocktail cake with a butter sauce instead of frosting. I thought it turned out pretty good and I'll use it again. We cooked an elk roast that Dallin had, and we made some popcorn.

We got up early and helped with breakfast and tore down camp. Then we went fishing. We got rained on most of the time. Nobody caught any fish so maybe next time.

Uncle Jon …

Wednesday's Dutch Oven Recipe

Mountain Man Breakfast

12-16 EggsBacon or sausage 1 packCheese 1-2 cupsHash browns or totsSalt pepperOnions or green peppers if you wantGet up early if you want to eat early. (1 ½ hours before you want to eat.) Brown sausage or bacon in the bottom of the Dutch oven break it all up good. Add peppers and onions (chopped).Add the hash browns and cook just a little. Add the eggs that are already beaten together. Put in just a little cheese, season with salt and pepper. Cook for 40 minutes or so with 9 bottom and 15 top. When it is cooked pretty good add the rest of the cheese on top and let melt just with the top heat.

Wednesday's Dutch Oven Recipe

Apple Spice Cobbler

1 Apple spice cake mix
1 Can of soda (Coke or sprite, or anything)
1 Can Apple pie filling

Put a 1/2 cube of melted butter in the bottom of your Dutch oven. Then pour in the apple pie filling and spread around. And some of the pop (maybe ½ to ¾ of the can) Then pour the cake mix over the filling. Don’t stir, then cut butter chunks on the top and sprinkle with some cinnamon and the nutmeg. 12” Dutch Oven cook for 40-45 minutes with 9 pieces of charcoal on the bottom and 15 on top. Serve with Ice cream while it is still a little warm!

Lots of variations to this recipe!

Chocolate Cake and Cherries

Lemon Cake and Blueberries

White cake and Peaches

Give your favorites a try!