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in 2010, author Irene rawlings introduced us to the Sisters on the Fly, a group of adventurous women who refurbish vintage trailers and travel around the country to camp, fly fish and, of course, eat. In her new book, Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly (Andrews McMeel Publishing), Rawlings shares a fun collection of easy recipes using cast-iron pots, pans and Dutch ovens, as well as lots of tips for restoring vintage cast iron.“Anything you can cook in a slow cooker, you can cook in a Dutch oven,” says Rawlings, who includes instructions for making the recipes in a kitchen as well as in the great outdoors. “Cast-iron cooking is becoming popular again. We’re finding our mothers’ old Dutch ovens, scrubbing off the rust, and discovering that it’s a wonderful way to cook. You just set it on the campfire in the morning, and when you get back from fishing, dinner is ready.”In 2010, author Irene rawlings introduced us to the Sisters on the Fly, a group of adventurous women who refurbish vintage trailers and travel around the country to camp, fly fish and, of course, eat. In her new book, Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly (Andrews McMeel Publishing), Rawlings shares a fun collection of easy recipes using cast-iron pots, pans and Dutch ovens, as well as lots of tips for restoring vintage cast iron.In 2010, author Irene Rawlings introduced us to the Sisters on the Fly, a group of adventurous women who refurbish vintage trailers and travel around the country to camp, fly fish and, of course, eat. In her new book, Cast-Iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly (Andrews McMeel Publishing), Rawlings shares a fun collection of easy recipes using cast-iron pots, pans and Dutch ovens, as well as lots of tips for restoring vintage cast iron.
 "Anything you can cook in a slow cooker, you can cook in a Dutch oven,” says Rawlings, who includes instructions for making the recipes in a kitchen as well as in the great outdoors. “Cast-iron cooking is becoming popular again. We’re finding our mothers’ old Dutch ovens, scrubbing off the rust, and discovering that it’s a wonderful way to cook. You just set it on the campfire in the morning, and when you get back from fishing, dinner is ready.” TourtièreThis savory French-Canadian meat pie recipe is great for a potluck because you can make it in advance, and it is easily cooked in a Dutch oven. It tastes great with a side of piccalilli, sweet relish, hot pepper sauce or spicy ketchup. Jayne Kennedy (Sister #203) makes this dish at Christmas.Get the recipe Cilantro Lime MartiniThe citrusy taste of fresh cilantro combines perfectly with the spice and pepper of the ginger. Rachel Beissner (Sister #1240) and Janet Castagnola (Sister #511) have a few pitchers ready at cocktail time.      Cilantro Lime MartiniThe citrusy taste of fresh cilantro combines perfectly with the spice and pepper of the ginger. Rachel Beissner (Sister #1240) and Janet Castagnola (Sister #511) have a few pitchers ready at cocktail time.
Get the recipe Award-Winning Chilipictured on previous pageHere’s a recipe from Molly Westgate (Sister #190) that can be thrown together in a matter of minutes and cooked for only half an hour. And it is even better the next day.          Award-Winning ChiliHere’s a recipe from Molly Westgate (Sister #190) that can be thrown together in a matter of minutes and cooked for only half an hour. And it is even better the next day.
Get the recipe Iron-Skillet Cherry PieWe could eat cherry pie every day...and we often do. This recipe was an old standby for a generation of women who knew their way around pie crust.         Iron-Skillet Cherry PieWe could eat cherry pie every day...and we often do. This recipe was an old standby for a generation of women who knew their way around pie crust.
Get the recipe           D's Marinated Mexican Burn-Down Shrimp
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Tucker's Skillet-Fried Chicken with Pan-Fried Chicken Gravy
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Dutch oven. It tastes great with a side of piccalilli, sweet relish, hot pepper sauce or spicy ketchup. Jayne Kennedy (Sister #203) makes this dish at Christmas.

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