Janet Davis Cleaners - June 2018

Camping doesn’t have to mean settling for prepackaged snacks, dehydrated meals, and boring hot dogs. In fact, cooking during your camping trip can be fun, easy, and incredibly tasty. One of the simplest ways to prepare camp meals is with a Dutch oven and charcoal. Like crockpots, Dutch oven meals require very little work and dirty few dishes. Best of all, you can add an endless variety of food to your camp menu! The briquettes around the Dutch oven provide long-lasting and consistent heat distribution. The number of briquettes you use depends on the size of your Dutch oven and what you’re cooking. However, you can use the following chart as a rule of thumb to determine how many briquettes you need for certain temperatures and oven sizes. THE PERFECT CAMP-COOKING PAIR Charcoal and Dutch Ovens

At Janet Davis Cleaners, we are honored that so many customers love our service enough to recommend us to friends and family. We can’t possibly express how much these referrals mean to us, but with our new referral program, we’re coming close. Now, each time you refer a new customer to Janet Davis Cleaners, both parties will receive a $10 dry cleaning certificate, and you will be entered into the grand prize drawing, which takes place at the beginning of July. In order to qualify for the referral program, the referred customer must be new and sign up for route service. Customers entered into the grand prize drawing will have a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to Joe Muer Seafood as well as a five-hour limo service! You have from now until the end of June to refer friends and family. Each new referred customer qualifies you for one entry into the grand prize drawing. If you have questions about the referral program, please give us a call. JANET DAVIS NEW REFERRAL PROGRAM!

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Cooking with a Dutch oven is as simple as combining your ingredients, heating your briquettes, and placing them beneath and on top of your oven. Each briquette adds 10–20 degrees of heat. For breakfast, prepare a hash with bacon, eggs, onions, potatoes, cheese, salt, and pepper. For lunch, try cooking campfire nachos with tortilla chips, ground beef, beans, onions, cilantro, cheese, and avocado. And for dinner, butterfly your freshly caught trout and bake it with some potatoes and butter. Cooking while camping should be an enjoyable experience. Pack a Dutch oven and charcoal briquettes the next time you’re out in the wilderness to add a fun and rustic element to your meals.

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