Well here is the result of one of my outdoor cooking experiences last week. Have you ever heard of pie irons? We use them every time we go camping and every so often when we build a fire in the fire pit in the back yard. They are great for making dessert after dinner. In the past we have only made "pie" in them. Here is our standard recipe:
- Butter a piece of bread and sprinkle with cinnamon
- Insert it into one side of the pie iron, butter side down
- squish the bread down so you can make a hole for your fruit filling
- spoon in the fruit filling of your choice -- we usually stick with can cherry or blueberry filling
- butter another piece of bread and sprinkle with cinnamon
- Insert it into the other side of the pie iron, butter side down
- close the pie iron and lock down the clasp on the bar
- cook for about 10 minutes, flipping sides every few minutes to toast bread evenly
- Peek to see that it is done, if not close and cook longer
- If golden brown, pop it on a plate, let it cool down and enjoy!
free template download by Abi over at Snippets and Blabbery and I promptly cut out a few and was surprised how quickly I could put a whole flower together ---even though I was a complete newbie to this. Must have been the added incentive of needing to fix my Hubby's beloved chair.
Yep that patch was going to be the perfect size to cover my
So I just starting stitching that baby into place and 'Tada' all fixed and beautified!!!
Now I think I need to add a few more to really
max out the girl power on this chair. You know this chair is permanently "mine". Not sure if I want three or five of these on here to really cherry up this chair.
Here is a picture of the pie iron. This is when we cooked cornbread to go with our Sausage and Bean Dutch Oven Stew. We thought we should go low heat and slow with these so we started out on top of the grate but ended up holding them below the grate to get enough heat to cook them. They were delicious.