This Saturday was a meeting of Merriwether and the Wethergirls with Wildcat and the Wildkittens. We met up at Jesse Jones Park for what I thought was going to be Homestead Heritage Day. Then we were going to catch the Cast Iron Cooking show. Well, I never was one to pay too much attention to some details. So I got the dates wrong. Homestead Heritage Days was the previous Saturday. We ended up going over to the park area to let the kids play. We then went on a small edibles walk. We couldn't let the kids have all the fun, besides, it was snack time.
After the snack walk, it was time for the cast iron cooking show. Here the living historian is starting the veggies cooking. He also cooked two cobblers that were absolutely delicious.
Time for the MEAT. Yeah!
The finished product. Boy was it good. It was hard to not help myself to a big ole spoonful.
Merriwether agrees, it's great. We both decided that we were breaking out the dutch ovens when we got home.
No need to worry about the leftovers going bad. There were none.
I plan on doing a special meal soon in my dutch oven. They are incredibly easy to use, safe and easy to clean. We had a great time, met some great folks that are into cool stuff like eating bugs, homeschooling and raising animals.
God Bless Yall