Wood Oven Baked Strawberry Dutch Apple Pie

Not too long ago people lived for thousands of years without the use of convection ovens as we know them today. Instead, we used fireplaces or even campfires to cook our food. Then there was the invention of the Dutch oven from which we get our dutch apple pies. But this time around I decided to bake a strawberry pie on a grill over a wood fire. At first, I had my doubts that it could be done sucessfully. But once the pie was done I had impressed myself. The pie was far less smokey in flavor than I thought it would be. As well as far more delicious than I would have imagined. Check out the video below and tell me about your outdoor pie baking experience.

Grilled Butternut Squash Fruit Bowl

Today I grilled a Butternut squash on a wood fire grill. First I hollowed it out then I added some honey, blueberries, strawberries, and raspberries. Then I put some butter on top and added some ginger and cinnamon. I baked it for about 2 hours and it came out fantastic. It was a symphony of flavor on my taste buds. Watch the video and try it out home and let me know how you like it. Thanks for watching and happy holidays.

The incredible Thanksgiving Brisket!

Have you ever grilled on Thanksgiving? Well this year I tried grilling some Black Angus Chuck Beef and it turned out fantastic. It was slow roasted for about 3 hours and it could not have turned out any better. Next time I will try different sauces. But this was fantastic.

Duck’s on Fire

Have you ever tried to roast a duck over a wood fire and have it go up in flames? Well, I just tried it and it was a lot of fun and very funny. Surprisingly it still tastes really good. just look past the charred skin and take a bite.