Here's my cast iron cooking gear. I have a 12 inch/6 quart Lodge Camp Dutch Oven, a 10 inch 5 quart Dutch Oven, my Dutch Oven fire pit, cast iron tripod, carry bags, and lid lifter. The tripod isn't in the pictures. I use one of my welding gloves for a hot pad when I'm cooking. Lets see your gear gentleman.

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It'll take a while to get a picture but be patient!
Patiently waiting...tap...tap...tap...tap...
here ya go
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ok how do you get a pic to post on the main page instead of adding an attachment?

never mind lol need to take time before I ask a question.
my poor no lid dutch oven
It's still a very useful pot. Just not as a Dutch Oven. You can use a tripod to hang it over a fire or set it in the fire. You can still deep fry, pan fry, stew, and boil with it.
yes I made a kick ass tripod for it I still need to paint it though. Might post a pic of that later.
Remember to use engine paint so it will resist the heat of fire. You could use fireplace paint but it's more expensive.
did you make yours or buy it? Also what about your lid lifter?
I bought the lid lifter and the tripod. The only thing I made is the fire pit. A lot of the parks and places I go to you can't start fires. So, I built a raised fire pit. I use it for fires and Dutch Oven cooking.

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