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Dutch Oven Cooking featured on KOLO 8
NSDOG members Crystal Parrish and Rodney Parry
show KOLO 8‘s Terri Russell the finer points of
cooking with cast iron.

Pineapple Upside Down Cake anyone?

Magazine Features
Nevada Magazine, March/April 2017
Nevada’s Dutch Touch: Dutch Oven Cooking

Dutch oven cooking seasons the soul.


Edible  Reno-Tahoe, Fall 2012
Going Dutch

Get in touch with the past with a historical, slower, simpler cooking method.


NSDOG’s Adventures on

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Dutch Oven Camping Donuts How To Video
Cottonwood Campground, Frenchman’s Lake, California
Did you know you can deep-fry donuts in your Dutch Oven? With a little help from a volcano, of course. Lori and Danny show us how it’s done!


Dutch Oven Funeral Potatoes How To Video
Cottonwood Campground, Frenchman’s Lake, California
Try out this simple yet tasty potato dish while camping, for the holidays or anytime in between.
Modified from a recipe by Raven Angeles of Bishop, California


High Sierra Balloon Camp Opening Dinner
Donner, California
Aspiring teenage hot air balloon pilots must embark on their adventures with full stomachs. NSDOG was invited to prepare their opening dinner, which included Philly-style  sandwiches, grilled vegetables and peach cobbler.

Dutch Oven Cooking Class, May 2017

Sportsman’s Warehouse, Reno, Nevada
NSDOG teaches a number of hands-on classes throughout the year. This video features one on how to prepare a variety of main dishes like this amazing, beautiful and tasty chili relleno.


Genoa Cowboy Festival, April 2017
Genoa, Nevada
This video highlights our 7th year cooking up some tasty cowboy cuisine at the the annual cowboy festival in Nevada’s prettiest small town. The festival celebrates
Nevada’s western heritage through cowboy poetry, music, arts and crafts, and so much more! Cowboys and cowgirls, performers, volunteers, and the general public pass through our scenic camp over two days to sample our menu and to just say howdy!