Grandpa John’s Famous Dutch Oven Recipes

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Grandpa John’s Famous Dutch Oven RecipesTable of Contents
Introduction
Tools Needed
Preparing & Seasoning Your Dutch Oven
Cleaning Your Dutch Oven
Buying a Dutch Oven
Buying an indoor Dutch oven
Buying an Outdoor Dutch oven
Tips on Cooking with Your Dutch Oven
Section Two: Recipes
Dijon Chicken Stew
One-Dish Chicken & Rice
Sweet Potato & Black Bean Chili
Autumn Chicken Stew
Jamaican Curried Shrimp & Mango Soup
Braised Winter Vegetable Pasta
Leek, Potato & Spinach Stew
Indian-Spiced Eggplant & Cauliflower Stew
Salmon Chowder
Peppery Pork Stew
Beef Stew Recipe
Vegetarian Black-Bean Chili
Pork Rib Ragu
Turkey and White-Bean Chili
Golden Lentil Stew
Manhattan Fish Chowder
Quiche Lorraine
Country Breakfast
Dad’s Breakfast
Dutch oven All in One Breakfast
One Pan Breakfast
Dutch oven Pot Roast
Barbecue Sauce (Family Secret )
Heart Healthy Dutch oven Ribs
Chuck Wagon Brisket
BBQ Beef
Dutch oven Stew
Home Grown Stew
Swiss Chicken & Vegetables
Dutch Oven Teriyaki Chicken
Chicken Washington
Heart Healthy Chicken Cordon Bleu
Dutch Oven Chicken
BBQ Chicken
Cashew Chicken
Chicken Enchilada Casserole
Pork Loin Roast
Pork Chops and Potatoes
Little Smokies
Barbecued Spare Ribs
Fresh Rainbow Trout
Dutch Oven Pizza
Easy Dutch oven Lasagna
Dutch oven Potatoes
Double Good Potatoes
Dutch Oven Potatoes & Cheese
Onion Rings
Baked Beans
Bob White Burritos
Patio Beans
Cream Soda Biscuits
Dutch Oven Rolls
Pioneer Dutch Oven Cornbread
Pioneer Dutch Oven Bread
Hard Tack
Fry Bread
Dad’s Campout Bread
Norwegian Crisp Bread
Indian Fry Bread
Honey Butter
Raspberry Delight
Fruit Cobbler
Dutch oven Mixed Surprise
Chocolate Carmel Cake
Quick Cherry Cobbler
Cherry Cobbler
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Cobbler
Apple Spice Cobbler
Fruit Cobblers
Pineapple Upside Down Cake
Chocolate Chip Cookies

After many years as a scoutmaster teaching boys to cook he decided to put his recipes together and find other peoples favorite family recipes from around the community and put them together into a cookbook that he could share. At first it was a fund raiser for scouts to go to camp and then it has just evolved over time as a great collection of family recipes that anyone with a Dutch oven can use to cook, over an open fire, with briquettes or just in your house oven. Simple easy recipes.
There is nothing better than being at the family cabin and cooking a great meal and being with family. Some of the family favorites are the Dutch oven lasagna or the stew. We hope you have as much enjoyment from cooking and sharing these recipes as we have had making this book and cooking these recipes in our family.
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JD-Biz Corp Publishing
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May 15, 2013
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55
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ISBN
9781311767790
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Language
English
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Genres
Cooking / Courses & Dishes / General
Cooking / General
Juvenile Nonfiction / Cooking & Food
Juvenile Nonfiction / Sports & Recreation / Camping & Outdoor Activities
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 Table of ContentsPreface
SECTION I - Getting Started
Chapter # 1: An Introduction
Chapter # 2: Between the lines
Chapter # 3: Added Beneifts
Chapter # 4: Switching to the Paleo Diet

SECTION II - Paleo Specifics 
Chapter # 1: Importance of BCAAs
Chapter # 2: Importance of Simple Carbs

SECTION III - Diet Plan 
Chapter # 1: Basic Paleo Plan
Chapter # 2: Pre-work out meals
Chapter # 3: Post-work out meals
Chapter # 4: Breakfast
Chapter # 5: Lunch
Chapter # 6: Dinner
Conclusion 
References

Try our diet and get leaner; try our diet and you’ll lose 10 pounds in a week, try our diet and you’ll never have to do cardio again; and the list goes on and on. In today’s world dieting has become more of a business than a way to benefit people’s lives. There are hundreds of diets out there and dozens making their way into the market, all cleverly advertised to target the core weakness of every consumer: A promise to make your life better. This is largely a hollow promise but still ‘health corporations’ succeed in trapping hundreds of thousands of people. 

So the question arises what is so special about the Paleo diet that makes it worth trying? For starters, the Paleo diet isn’t a new thing; it wasn’t created a few years or decades ago by some professor in a testing lab. The Paleo diet was a result of humans’ fight for survival, it was what our ancestors used to eat 10,000 years ago; right around the time when there were no grocery stores, super markets and fast-food. Eating wasn’t something to do in free time; to eat one had to search for his/her food, hunt it down and cook it in/on whatever was available. Thus, Paleo is not just a diet it’s a lifestyle, one which will truly make your life healthier.

The Paleo diet was just revived and popularized in the 70s by a Gastroenterologist Walter L. Voegtlin. This led to one research paper after another, one book after another being published by several doctors and nutritionists. By the 90s the Paleo diet had made its mark on the dieting market and had started to shape the dieting landscape. Practitioners started to create derivatives of the diet, synthesizing the pure Paleo meals by adding extra ‘ingredients’. In this book, I will only be using pure Paleo meals as a guide to a ‘better life’. This book is written keeping in mind the physical side of a healthier lifestyle. You’ll see how athletes can benefit from the Paleo diet; be it swimmers, wrestlers, runners, or players of any game. The claims will be backed by scientific evidence and you’ll see progress within weeks.
 Paleo Diet For Weight LossShould you be on a Paleo Diet? Find out what the research shows.

Table of Contents
Paleo Diet - An Introduction
Question # 1: What is Paleo Diet ?
Question # 2: What can I eat ?
Question # 3: What good will it do to me ? 
Question # 4: Will Paleo Diet have any negative impact on my health ?
Question # 5: Do you have any evidence for your claims ?

SECTION I - Paleo Diet Weight Loss
Chapter # 1: Overview
Chapter # 2: Under the hood
Chapter # 3: Paleo Diet, What and What not
Chapter # 4: Is that it ?

SECTION II - Paleo Diet vs Other Popular Diets
Chapter # 1: The World of Diets
Chapter # 2: Weight Watchers Diet
Chapter # 3: Biggest Loser Diet
Chapter # 4: Jenny Craig Diet
Chapter # 5: Raw Food Diet
Chapter # 6: Diet Comparison Chart

SECTION III - Paleo Diet Menus
Chapter # 1: Breakfast
Chapter # 2: Lunch
Chapter # 3: Dinner
Conclusion 
References

What is Paleo Diet?
Basically, Paleo diet is a fancy word for caveman diet; it’s what our ancestors used to consume tens of thousands of years ago when hunting was the only way to acquire food. The fundamental concepts behind the Paleo diet boil down to the genetic level. Simply put, our DNA has not significantly changed over the past 40 thousand years, and therefore, our bodies have not yet fully reformed to the contemporary, highly processed and artificial food items that are available in abundance nowadays. Thus the Paleo style of eating is the most biologically appropriate diet for us.

What can I eat?
Paleo diet includes anything that can be hunted or gathered. Clearly, hunting is not an option to acquire food nowadays but you can still obtain it from a supermarket, if of course the food was readily available during the Paleolithic period. Paleo diet includes and is not limited to meat, fish, vegetables, eggs, shellfish, tree nuts, roots, fruits, coconut palm sugar and raw honey. Dairy, potatoes, processed oils, grains, legumes and sugars are to be avoided, along with salt and any drinks except water, coconut water and green tea. The diet of course eliminates any processed and ready made foods available today and is gluten free, largely due to the exclusion of grains.
 Should you be on a Paleo Diet? Find out what the research shows.
Table of Contents

Paleo Diet - An Introduction
SECTION I - The trouble begins
Chapter # 1: Warning shots
Chapter # 2: Behind the scenes
Chapter # 3: How to ease these side effects
SECTION II - Side effects that play along 
Chapter # 1: Weakness and Memory Loss
Chapter # 2: The threat of Hypothyroidism
Chapter # 3: Vitamin B-Complex Deficiency
Chapter # 4: Calcium Deficiency
Chapter # 5: Sodium Deficiency
Chapter # 6: Bad Breath
SECTION III - Effects on people with Medical conditions
Chapter # 1: Effects on Type II diabetics
Chapter # 2: Effects on Cardiovascular health
Conclusion 
References

The Trouble Begins
Chapter # 1: Warning Shots 

As obvious, the Paleo diet cuts off a lot of carbohydrates and dairy products from one’s diet. When you start up with the Paleo diet, the first few weeks might be particularly hard on you. Many Paleo gurus brush this off by stating this as an adaption phase for your body, from a high-carb diet to a low one. Many people fall for this trap and continue with the diet plan but the reality is somewhat different; you will find out soon enough. The following are a list of side affects you may experience when starting out with the Paleo regimen:
• Headache
• Fatigue
• Nausea
• Lack of energy
• Lack of concentration
• Weakness
• Light-headedness
• Dizziness
• Irritability
• Constipation and/or diarrhea
• Body aches
• Cold sweats 
You might start experiencing them within the first 12 hours of dieting. These side effects may resolve within a few days or may last for up to 2 – 4 weeks in some extreme cases.

Read about the pros and cons of the paleo diet that is so popular today.
 Should you be on a Paleo Diet? Find out what the research shows.
Table of Contents

Introduction
Part I: A trip through time
Part II: Paleo diet explained - The return of the caveman

SECTION I - Arguments favoring paleo diet
Argument 1: The genes of old
Argument 2: Paying the price of modernity
Argument 3: Fighting obesity - "They are a lazy people"
Argument 4: Fitter and Healthier body - The case of athletes
SECTION II - Arguments against paleo diet
Argument 1: Did our ancestors really eat paleo?
Argument 2: The evolutionary theory challenged
Argument 3: The solution for all diseases? 
Argument 4: The perfect diet or just another fad diet? 
Argument 5: The 2011 study - The worst in 20 diets
Conclusion: A 10,000 year old dispute - The tribe leader and the old man
References

Imagine yourself travelling back in time - far back. When you open your eyes, you are sitting on a small rock, about 10,000 years ago. The paleolithic era of history is almost at its end. Birds are flying around. There are trees and animals everywhere you look. The air is clean and so nice to breathe in. A cool wind is 
blowing through your face. Suddenly you feel hungry and you know that it’s time to eat. You call some of your fellow tribe members. Spears are brought out and after some chasing and running you all hunt down a bison. You take out meat from the bison’s body and roast it on fire. Then someone brings in some natural herbs and berries from nearby and thus, a delicious well-balanced meal is served and everyone gets his share. Tired as everyone is after the hunt, everyone sits down to eat.

Read about the pros and cons of the paleo diet that is so popular today.
 Amazing Health Benefits of Intermittent Fasting
Table of Contents:
Preface.
Section # 1- Intermittent fasting: An introduction.
Chapter # 1: How it works? 
Chapter # 2: Real or another way to rob you of your money? 

Section # 2: Intermittent fasting Specifics!
Chapter # 1: Pros of Intermittent Fasting 
Chapter # 2: Cons of Intermittent Fasting 
Chapter # 3: Employ it in your daily life. How??? 
Chapter # 4: How to maximize its benefits? 
Section # 3: A boon for health!
Chapter # 1: Loose some extra pounds!
Chapter # 2: Maximize your brain potential. 
Chapter # 3: Cure brain ailments. 
Chapter # 4: A cure for type II diabetes.
Chapter # 5: Strengthen your heart.
Chapter # 6: Minimize oxidative stress.
Section # 4: Conclusion 
Intermittent Fasting – More Than A Diet Plan

There are different dieting plans present in the world today which can be obtained through different resources. Each of these dieting plans claims to be better than the other one. But the plan mentioned in this book makes no such claims. It is about a popular plan or you should say a complete way of eating and living known as “Intermittent Fasting”. Now you might be wondering what is intermittent fasting, what are its benefits and how to apply it in your own life? But wait a minute. Just take a deep breath. If the answer to all these queries would have been this easy, I would have just sufficed on writing an article and not a whole book on the topic. You will just have to read this book to get your queries answered.
Before formally starting the topic, a brief overview of the book will give the readers a better idea about the book. As the title suggests, the focus of this book is to answer only one question and it is that what are the health benefits of intermittent fasting? However, other aspects are also discussed in the book. This book can be divided into three parts. The first part will give a brief introduction about intermittent fasting like what it is, the mechanism behind it and how to apply it in your everyday life? The second portion analyzes the pros and cons of intermittent fasting and ways to maximize its benefits. The third part will discuss the health benefits (the main focus of this book) of intermittent fasting.
 Ways to Improve Self-Esteem
Table of Contents
Preface
Understanding Self-Esteem
Chapter # 1: Overview
Chapter # 2: Alternative Self-Esteems
Chapter # 3: Benefits of a Healthy Self-Esteem
Chapter # 4: Causes of Low Self-Esteem
Signs & Symptoms
Chapter # 1: Introduction
Chapter # 2: Emotional Symptoms of Low Self-Esteem
Chapter # 3: Behavioral Symptoms of Low Self-Esteem
Ways to Boost Low Self-Esteem
Chapter # 1: Take a Self-Esteem Inventory
Chapter # 2: Set Realistic Expectations
Chapter # 3: Set Perfections Aside
Chapter # 4: Explore Yourself
Chapter # 5: Alter your Self-Image
Chapter # 6: Stop Comparing Yourself
Chapter # 7: Silence Your Self-Critic
Chapter # 8: Self-Compassion
Chapter # 9: Get help
Chapter # 10: Herbal Remedies
Conclusion
References 

Preface
There is no doubt about the fact that the society we live is a judgmental one; any person is viewed not by his/her good intentions and virtues but his/her bank balance, the brand of suit he is wearing and his “contacts”. This whole process of classification is not a new one and has been going around for centuries. In addition to judging others, people also tend to judge themselves and the level on which they rank themselves is known as self-esteem.
Ask yourself; do I consider myself a capable group-leader? If your answer is somewhat like “No I don't think so. I mess up everything I do. What if I do it wrong? What would people think of me if I got this wrong?” Then you probably have “low self-esteem”. 
What is the exact definition of self-esteem? How do I boost it? And many more questions would be hovering on your mind. To put it in a light and simple way, self-esteem is your judgmental opinion about yourself. In this book you’ll see for yourself that low self-esteem is not an impregnable dilemma; it is curable and fixable. Furthermore, you will not require any medication or artificial product; you will be able to lift your self-esteem naturally.
So what are you waiting for? Stop thinking how you look and start reading this book…
 TABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction:
Drawing Materials
RENDERING
Pencil
Sphere
Cone
Cube
Cylinder
Charcoal
Application
Drawing an Outline
Grid System
Drawing and Rendering
Landscapes in Charcoal
Sahara Desert in Pencil
The Chocolate Hills in Charcoal
The Lone Tree in Pencil
Mountain View in Charcoal
Nature’s Path in Pencil
Desert Rock Formation in Charcoal
The Bridge in Charcoal
Tips to Remember
Portraits of People in Charcoal
Portrait of the Little Girl
How to render the Eyes
How to render the Nose
How to Render the Lips
How to Render the Ear
How to render the Face
How to render the Hair
How to render the Grown, Necklace and Earring
How to render the Background
Portrait of a Young Man
Couples Portrait
Couples Portrait 2
The Portrait of Grandfather Grant
Animals in Charcoal
Zebra
Giraffe
Elephant
Baby Chimp
Lion
Author Bio

Introduction:
Ever wonder how an artist draw a beautiful landscape, how with ease uses his chosen medium and finished his masterpiece. Well let me tell you, that can do it too, picking this book is the first step you showed your interest to draw Landscape. I promise you if you read and do the instructions step-by-step in this book in no time you will be drawing your Landscape masterpiece in no time. Imagine that you will not just amaze yourself but also your friends and others by your skill in drawing as well rendering it adding tones to make in realistic. Both in pencil and Charcoal, as what I always tell beginner artist, you must be dedicated, persevere and be patient, if your first drawing attempt is not the same as you seen in the examples, don’t be discourage, try to relax or take a break and after that do it again with your calm mind. 
This book will be showing you how easy it is to draw landscapes, people and animals so let’s begin the journey and adventure of the world of drawing with your pencil and charcoal, and remember have fun and free your creative mind.
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