Seasoned Cast Iron Dutch Oven (6-qt.) by Lodge
Campfire cooking and cast iron seem to go hand in hand. Lodge, makers of fine cast iron pieces, brings a touch of chuck wagon cooking to your next outing. Their 6-qt. Dutch oven measures 12-in. in diameter and comes with a flat lid to keep your chili, beans or stew piping hot and a handle for easier... See complete description »
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Campfire cooking and cast iron seem to go hand in hand. Lodge, makers of fine cast iron pieces, brings a touch of chuck wagon cooking to your next outing. Their 6-qt. Dutch oven measures 12-in. in diameter and comes with a flat lid to keep your chili, beans or stew piping hot and a handle for easier lifting as you carry from the fire to the table. On the bottom of the kettle are three pegged legs that elevate the hot surface of the Dutch oven. Already seasoned, this ready-to-use cast iron piece is coated with a special vegetable oil formula that's been baked-on in a very hot industrial oven. The high temperature allows the oil to penetrate deeply into the cast iron surface creating that prized heirloom finish, saving you the time and effort of doing it on your own.
It's a little early in the season to use but I am very excited to take this camping this year. It will be great to use to cook our meals,
AH! A WOOD FIRE, A GOOD POT, AN ADULT LIBATION, A STUMP TO SIT ON, AND THE STEW, CRISP, BISCUITS OR WHATEVER. AND IT WILL EVEN WORK AFTER THE COLLAPSE OF UTILITIES.
This is the best dutch oven I have ever seen.
We purchased this product to make stews and soups in our pizza oven. So far we only used it one time, but our stew came out great! We love this product and cannot wait to use it again.
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