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December 14, 2009


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T.W. Barritt at Culinary Types

Id really like to try this someday. I once met a woman who is a food historian, and will periodically hold hearth cooking classes.

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

We took a hearth cooking class a few years ago from a woman who owns a BB in Westerly, RI. Every dish on the menu was cooked in the hearth, using a variety of techniques involving turning, repositioning, and tending the fire. It was great fun, and the food was delicious.

Fresh Local and Best

Id like to try fireplace cooking someday too! Im imagining the wonderful smokey flavors on the dishes.

noble pig

How amazing. I watched a whole show on TV last night about fireplace cool.


I wouldnt have the first clue how to cook in my fireplace without distroying the food or burning the house down. But, I like the idea!

Lori Lynn

You are a brave woman.LL

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