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The International Dutch Oven Society headquartered in Utah not only kept Dutch Oven cooking alive and well when most of the rest of the world was trying out "non-stick" technology but they've been in the forefront of the effort to make it more popular. Web site provides information, recipes and just about anything you would ever want to know about Dutch Oven cooking.
The Lone Star Dutch Oven Society is for persons interested in cooking outdoors in Dutch Ovens. Dutch Ovens are cast iron cooking pots that originated in Europe many hundreds of years ago. The LSDOS was patterned after the Dutch oven societies in other areas, but we are truly Texas unique. We boast some extremely competent cooks who are always willing to share their knowledge and experience.
From the city to the mountains and the desert to the ocean, we will promote Dutch Oven cooking through our gatherings. Web site provides dutch oven recipes, listing of dutch over cooking events, organization news and more.
Columbia Basin Dutch Oven Society web site offers many related links, information about Dutch Oven Cooking, recipes, cookbooks, calendar of events, and more.
This online club for Dutch Oven enthusiasts boasts over two hundred members from around the country. Check out their site and chat room. You can post recipes, tips, photos, or information for Dutch oven cooks anywhere. "Biscuit" Tom Sims, one of the founders, lives in Mississippi.
Western, NY--North West, PA--Southern Ontario, Canada. Cooking, Training, Dutch Oven Gatherings, and just having fun.
A cooking club where fun and fellowship is our motto. Our Dutch Oven Cooking Club is composed of members who love the outdoors, cooking in the old time Iron Dutch Ovens, making new friends and enjoy eating gourmet cooking.
The Greater Wasatch Dutch Oven Society is a chapter of IDOS located in south central Utah. GWDOS is dedicated to the propagation of Dutch oven gatherings in the local area.
The Northwest Dutch Oven Society is a nonprofit outdoor cooking group dedicated to promoting the use and care of cast iron Dutch ovens.
The Wagner And Griswold Society is a community of cast iron and aluminum cookware collectors. Their mission objectives are to promote the hobby of cast iron and aluminum cookware collecting, preserve and maintain the historical legacy of foundries that produced cast iron and aluminum cookware, and to research and identify cookware pieces produced by the different foundries.
Kast Iron Kookers is an authorized chapter of the International Dutch Oven Society.