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Art Landers’ Outdoors: Second generation porcelain enameled cookware is a must for good cooks

This is the second of two articles on cast iron cookware. Cast iron cookware has stood the test of time and remains  very popular with Kentucky cooks who prepare traditional meals in the kitchen and around the campfire. This includes grilling cuts of beef or venison, frying fish, chicken, squirrel or rabbit, and concocting meat and vegetable stews, roasts, soups, and chili. This versatile cookware...

Art Lander’s Outdoors: Cast iron cookware has been used for generations in traditional Kentucky cooking

Venerable cast iron cookware has a place in the hearts of generations of Kentucky cooks who love to prepare traditional meals for family and friends. On a campout, there’s nothing quite like a breakfast of thick-sliced hardwood smoked bacon or country sausage, fried up with eggs in a cast iron skillet over an open fire. A cast iron dutch oven (Photo from Lodge) At home on the weekend, coming in...