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Lodge Logic® Cast Iron Classic Dutch Ovens

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For evenly cooked roasts, making stews and even baking bread in ovens, on stovetops or over open fires!
  • Comes with lid with self-basting nubs on the underside
  • Dutch Ovens have spiral handle bail
  • Pre-seasoned and ready to use

Note: Lodge items do not have perfectly flat bottoms, so we cannot recommend them for use on glass top stoves.

Need to re-season your cast-iron cookware?
Lightly coat inside and outside with only liquid vegetable oil. Make sure to get all the corners. (Do not use butter, margarine or solid vegetable oil such as Crisco).

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LODGE LOGIC® CAST IRON CLASSIC DUTCH OVENS DESCRIPTION
Underside of iron cover has self-basting nubs

Size 8: Holds 5 qt, 10-1/2" OD x 4" D, 12 lbs.

Size 10: Holds 7 qt, 12-1/4" OD x 4-3/4" D, 19 lbs.

Size 12: Holds 9 qt, 13-1/2" OD x 4-3/4" D, 22 lbs.


Customer Reviews of Lodge Logic® Cast Iron Classic Dutch Ovens
Product Rating: 5.0 out of 5.0(3 reviews)
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- 1/30/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I own this dutch oven, and the camp dutch oven, and love them both. This one is great for hanging over a fire and cooking soup/stew. (I prefer the camp dutch oven for cooking roasts and desserts over a fire because it has a flat lid for holding coals and the legs to keep it up off the ground.) It's also perfect on the stove top and in the oven. I actually have been using it on my flat top stove for five years now and never have had any trouble. Anytime I'm buying cast iron cookware, Lodge is the only brand I go with. It comes pre-seasoned, ready to go."
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- 8/29/2012
said: Lisa
"Lodge cast iron is the best! I own many pieces - 3 sizes of dutch ovens, 3 sizes of skillets, a griddle, a bacon press and a corn bread pan. I use them all the time in the kitchen and when campfire cooking, and I prefer them to any of the fancy new cookware out there. Lodge cast iron cooks evenly and if you take care of it (no dishwasher! No soap! Just wash with hot water and a scrubbie) and keep it seasoned (wipe it down with some vegetable oil after every use) it will last for generations. Lodge is the best brand - beware of the Chinese made knockoffs."
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- 1/30/2010
said: Forest
"I have these classic DOs in both sizes 10 and 12 and recommend them to all! A "great big ol' cast iron pot" is one of the most versatile cooking vessels you can have in your kitchen arsenal! There are so many things you can do with them: fry, roast, stew, deep-fry, saute, bake, etc.; and you can use them on a range-top, in an oven and over campfires or charcoal. I wouldn't want to be without mine! Properly seasoned (after lots of use) they are non-stick and will last for generations with correct care!"
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