Anyone using Dutch Ovens? We take our GSI 10" and 12" (depending on group size) with us on float trips. They are made of aluminum and weigh 1/3 what cast iron weighs. I think the 10" is just over 4 lbs. Pack pretty well and they afford us the ability to have fresh bread. We make garlic biscuits for many dinners. Especially the grayling gumbo. Which is just two boxes of Zatarains Gumbo mix, 1-2 lbs of grayling slivered, and blackening spices. We use 2 less cups of water than on the box instructions. Much better. We make jalepeno cornbread for the chilli. Just dehydrate some jalepenos and throw them in some water for an hour or so before mixing the cornbread batter. The bread adds significantly to the meals mentioned. We also make garlic biscuits for fish and pasta dinners. It really makes it more of a meal. I am hoping to learn of more things to cook in the Dutch Ovens. My way of thinking of it is the more I am cooking in the Dutch Oven, the more I can justify carrying it. I have heard of people making pineapple upside down cake, muffins for breakfast, baking salmon, cinnamon rolls, etc.... Does anyone have any recipes they would be willing to share?