Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC

Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC I gained cooking skills watching my parents and then while in Boy Scouts as a youth. Now at 70, I can do what I want, and I want to tent camp and cook over an open fire. I created DOR so I could enjoy both avocations. I'm happy to discuss this you.
(3)

For multi-day hunting trips and trail rides DOR will furnish its own equipment, pitch atent at your base camp and set up the “chuck wagon.” Imagine waking to the aroma of fresh baked cinnamon rolls or a steaming ham and cheese frittata. Whether you return to camp for lunch or take it with you, the fare is interesting, filling, and delectable. When you return to camp in the evening you can unwind with crab cakes, roasted olives, or nachos, move on to a dinner consisting of soda-pop & soy roasted pork loin or chicken sausage rigatoni in a spicy vodka sauce, and finish with a dessert like your mother made — or you wish she had — such as Spanish Almond Cake or Peach Praline Cobbler. Each meal can be elegant or simple — you make the call with your menu selections.

Mission: Provide personally prepared food for discriminating diners, cooked over an open fire or in your own home.

Hello everyone. Thank you for liking my Dutch Oven page. Be sure to check the menu ideas for meal selections an...
12/07/2017
Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC

Hello everyone. Thank you for liking my Dutch Oven page. Be sure to check the menu ideas for meal selections and watch for an advertisement coming your way.

I gained cooking skills watching my parents and then while in Boy Scouts as a youth. Now at 70, I can do what I want, and I want to tent camp and cook over an open fire. I created DOR so I could enjoy both avocations. I'm happy to discuss this you.

12/07/2017

Often, the most memorable dining experiences don't occur at a restaurant. The things that stand out; the spontaneous moments, intimate conversations, and authentic connections, happen around your own table. DOR can provide a private chef that can deliver a meal of your choosing that will meet your expectations and leave you relaxed and free to enjoy your evening.

From shopping and cooking to setup and cleanup, your DOR chef will orchestrate a special dinner. Everything will be taken care of, so you can entertain effortlessly. Depending on your style, the chef can provide a family-style meal or a more formal plated service. All you have to do is select the menu, sit back and enjoy the conversation.

Your personal chef will provide the ingredients & recipes and his own cookware & bake ware. The chef will clean the kitchen as he works and leave the space clean and tidy. The host furnishes dining utensils, dishes and glassware. The host will be responsible for the items they provide.

If interested in this quality of service give chef Stephen a call at 719-937-1311 or contact him at [email protected].

09/23/2016

Hello everyone, I haven't posted for quite awhile. So my post will be all the more interesting as I'll be cooking for a 35-guest wedding dinner rather than my regular 6-10 people.
Next weekend I'm preparing three kinds of shish-kabobs: venison, chicken and vegetable. The venison will have tzatziki and a pomegranate piri-piri BBQ sauce available. As guests arrive they can nosh on hummus and pita. I'm sprinkling powdered sumac on the hummus for some color. The party will also be served a green salad with dressing furnished by the bride & groom. We'll have corn on the cob with a couple of special butters, country fried potatoes and pineapple upside down cake (the wedding cake).
The next morning's breakfast will consist of biscuits & sausage gravy, blueberry coffeecake, French toast made from banana bread and cowboy coffee.
I'll do prep work at home and then set up charcoal fires and Dutch ovens at the country location. I'll post photos in a week or so.
I wish you could come!

I marinated a 2.2 pound elk roast the past couple of days in a mixture that included a red wine and juniper berries. Sar...
11/28/2015

I marinated a 2.2 pound elk roast the past couple of days in a mixture that included a red wine and juniper berries. Sara and I enjoyed it this evening with spinach a gratin.

I cooked it to an internal temperature of 135F which took one hour at 350F.

This was the first elk I've eaten. I tried H57&A1 and powered Worchester sauce. I like lamb better, but this was certainly good. Elk is quite expensive retail ($13-38/lb.).

Sara and I spent a great weekend at a small chuck wagon rendezvous at the ranch of Rodney and Kristie Carrier a few mile...
05/26/2015

Sara and I spent a great weekend at a small chuck wagon rendezvous at the ranch of Rodney and Kristie Carrier a few miles west of Cortez, Colorado the weekend of May 15. I cooked an oven full of mixed grain rice and Pork in Red Chile Sauce (Asado de Bodas) for the pot luck dinner on Saturday attended by more than 100 family and friends. We also enjoyed through the weekend homemade rolls, biscuits, mountain oysters, chile, stuffed jalapenos, and plenty of spirits straight from the jug.

01/23/2015

Dutch Oven Ranch can provide personal chef and camp cooking services that result in sophisticated stick to the ribs meals that are delicious and convenient. Whether it is on a mountainside, a city park, or private home the Dutch Oven Ranch crew will travel to your location and prepare a memorable meal of your choosing.

's cover photo
01/18/2015

's cover photo

08/19/2014

Hi All,

With your help I've chosen the following for the two meals I'll be preparing for six motorcycle riders near Monarch Pass in a couple of weeks. What do you think?

Wednesday Supper:
Toasted French Bread with Melted Provolone Cheese & Walnuts
Low & Slow Beef Brisket, served over:
Sweet Potatoes & Spinach
Creamy Corn Pudding
Sourdough Biscuits, butter, homemade peach preserves
Fresh Peach Cake

Thursday Breakfast:
Sweet Potato Biscuits with Sliced Pork and Sausage Gravy
Rosemary Home Fries with Pancetta, Parmesan and Parsley
Banana Bread French Toast
Orange Juice
Cowboy Coffee

The supper won't be easy as it requires five Dutch ovens.

08/13/2014

Let me know which of these choices you would prefer:
1. Blue Cheese Spread with Walnuts and Fresh Chives (served on French baguette)
Or
2. Toasted French Bread with Melted Provolone Cheese and Walnuts

3. Sausage Gravy over Sweet Potato Biscuits & Sliced Pork
Or
4. Scrambled Eggs, Sausage and Corn casserole

I'm heading to the Monarch Pass (Colorado) area in a couple of weeks to cook for six cross country motorcycle riders.

Enjoy this 100 year old recipe for a sauce to serve on roast beef.  http://dutchovenranch.com/Blog/Entries/2013/12/10_Su...
12/22/2013
Sunday Roast beef

Enjoy this 100 year old recipe for a sauce to serve on roast beef. http://dutchovenranch.com/Blog/Entries/2013/12/10_Sunday_Roast_beef.html

While growing up, my family had a multitudinous number of great meals of every imaginable culture and taste. None were ever better though than what my mother put in the oven before we headed off to Sunday school and church. The Sunday Roast of chuck roast, carrots and potatoes was, and remains, an a...

11/14/2013

My wife and I celebrated Thanksgiving this weekend with our family from Castle Rock. Fairly simple meals that the four grand kid liked. Turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and pumpkin pie.

We finished off the 59 cent per lb turkey tonight by making the leftover turkey into tetrazzini with white sauce, Parmesan cheese, mushrooms and Emeril's Essence. Really good!

09/19/2013
http://dutchovenranch.com/

Dear Facebook Friends:
I realize that going to http://DutchOvenRanch.com has been taking folk like you to a Mexican restaurant website that I set up for a friend. That has been corrected and the link to my personal chef and camp cook website is working correctly now. Check it out!
Stephen Bohrer, Owner
Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC

08/30/2013

My wife recently purchased at a garage sale a small oak recipe box full of hand written recipe cards. One that caught my attention is for Canned Chicken Casserole. It is simple and none of the ingredients need refrigeration. I'll be making this one in a Dutch oven this weekend for my grandkids.

Canned Chicken Casserole
Serves 4 -6
INGREDIENTS
• 1 can cream of chicken soup
• 1 can cream of celery soup
• 1 1/2-cup water
• 1 1/3 cup minute rice
• 1 12 oz can boned chicken
• 1 small can French's French fried onion rings
DIRECTIONS
1. Combine first five ingredients into 2-quart casserole dish
2. Cover with foil
3. Bake at 350 for about 20 minutes
4. Uncover, and sprinkle the French fried onion rings over the casserole and return to oven until bubbly all over (about 10 more minutes).

While driving to the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia in July I made a point to stop at the Lodge Cast Iron store in ...
08/30/2013

While driving to the Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia in July I made a point to stop at the Lodge Cast Iron store in South Pittsburg, Tennessee where I purchased a 12 inch deep Dutch oven to go with these; some of which are 50 or more years old.

08/29/2013

The DOR website has a list of more than 200 entrees, vegetables, desserts, breads, and breakfast items available for an upcoming cookout.

03/26/2013

I recently ordered a few dozen-brass tags for my Dutch ovens and cast iron pots. This should make storage and selection a bit easier, for the following two, among several reasons:
1. Several of my ovens are of the same size. The numbered pairs of tags will make getting the right lid with the right oven.
2. I occasionally combine my ovens with other for a really big cookout. The tags will help me always get back my ovens and lids.

Address

214 Shadow Wood Dr
Alamosa, CO
81101

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Business

Send a message to Dutch Oven Ranch, LLC:

Category

Nearby restaurants


Other Caterers in Alamosa

Show All