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Floyd's New Dutch Oven Stoves

Floyd's cooking stand for Dutch ovens  When I began cooking with Dutch ovens, with my mother as my teacher, we always cooked on the ground  .  When I got older, I decided the ground was a little too low for me to work on , so I thought there must be  a better way and I began to think of something so I didn't have to bend over so much . There are many different ways to accomplish  this but everything I found to buy had something wrong with it.  So I decided to build my own.
   The stove I build has a place to hang all your tools on and a place to put the lid down so you don't have to hold it while you add to the oven or stir the food. The removable  legs are made of pipe and attach to the stove with a pipe coupler. The hooks for the tools are on a piece of tubing that stands above the end of the stove. The back of the stove folds up and is held up by two rods that also holds the two shelves that hold the oven lids. This serves as a wind break.
    My stove is 16 inches wide by 40 inches long, but could be of any size that fits your needs. This one holds three 12 inch ovens with room to spare.
    When your cooking is done, you simply put the hook stand, legs, and rods that hold the back up, inside and lower the lid and secure with 2 bolts that hold it closed. The suitcase handle makes it easy to carry.

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