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1. Lodge Pro-Logic Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron
$23.99 list($39.99)
2. Lodge Logic 5-Quart Preseasoned
$45.76 list($89.99)
3. Lodge 10-Quart Deep Camp Dutch
$27.99 list($52.99)
4. Lodge 7-Quart Dutch Oven with
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$69.99 list($100.00)
6. Lodge Logic, L12DCO3LC, Lewis
$36.99 list($53.00)
7. Lodge Logic, L8DOL3, Pre-Seasoned
$29.99 list($49.99)
8. Lodge 6-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
$37.70 list($59.99)
9. Lodge Logic Camp Dutch Oven
$34.11 list($59.99)
10. Lodge 9 -Quart Dutch Oven with
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$32.99 list($39.99)
12. Lodge Logic 6-Quart Pre-Seasoned
$32.99 list($59.99)
13. Lodge 8-Quart Deep Camp Dutch
$21.99 list($39.99)
14. Lodge 2-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
$99.99 list($140.00)
15. Lodge Logic, L16CO3, Pre-seasoned
$44.99 list($65.00)
16. Lodge Logic, L8CO3, Pre-Seasoned
$38.54 list($29.99)
17. Lodge 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch
$69.99 list($99.00)
18. Lodge Logic, L12DO3, Pre-Seasoned
$51.37 list($39.99)
19. Lodge 4-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
$89.99 list($130.00)
20. Lodge Logic, L14DCO3, Pre-Seasoned

1. Lodge Pro-Logic Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron 7-Quart Dutch Oven with Iron Cover

our price: $33.84
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Asin: B0001DJVGU
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 755
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 7-quart pre-seasoned cast-iron Dutch oven
  • Two cast iron easy-grip loop handles for lifting
  • Exclusive self-basting iron cover keeps food moist
  • Hand wash using a stiff brush and hot water only; oven safe to 500 degrees F
  • 12 by 4-3/4 inches; lifetime guarantee

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars I LOVE IT!
This dutch oven is great! If you love cooking with cast iron, the quality of this cast iron is excellent. ... Read more


2. Lodge Logic 5-Quart Preseasoned Dutch Oven
list price: $39.99
our price: $23.99
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Asin: B00006JSUF
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 351
Average Customer Review: 4.88 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 10-1/4-inch diameter and 4 inches deep; lifetime warranty
  • 5-quart Dutch oven made of preseasoned cast iron
  • Special coil on handle designed for easy lifting
  • Tight-fitting cast-iron lid keeps foods moist
  • Hand wash with stiff brush and hot water

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Makes one heckuva mean pot of chili... among other things.
This was one of the first pieces of Lodge cast iron that I ordered. I had to admit that the price was the first thing that lured me in, but with that also came the questioning of quality. I was expecting a lightweight dutch oven, but being that I didn't have one, I figured I'd give it a try. The weight of the box it arrived in was the first clue to its quality. The entire piece has a nice weight to it, and the handle is sturdy and comfortable to the hand. I couldn't wait to break mine out of the box and make a pot of chili. The dutch oven browns beef beautifully, yet keeps it moist since it has an even heating surface. Once I added the other ingredients I was amazed at how nothing seemed to stick to the pot. Of course the chili was out of this world, but cleaning up was what I expected to be the payment for such good taste. I couldn't have been further from the truth as it was a breeze to clean up. I simply added hot water to the pot while it was still on the stove and let it simmer for a couple of of minutes. The water must be hot so that it does not crack the iron. Then I used a sponge to wipe out the remaining debris after emptying the water. The main thing to remember is that you should NEVER use soap on a preseasoned pan. I also spray the pieces with vegetable oil after using while they are still warm. An important part to pay special attention to is the inside of the lid. This has not been seasoned and with moisture can be prone to rust. A quick spray before cooking and after cleaning will keep this piece in great condition. I've made numerous pots of chili and beef stew, and the quality of the pan has had plenty of time to prove itself. Dish after dish Lodge has shown that they know how to produce quality cast iron.

5-0 out of 5 stars MUST-HAVE !
I recently purchased this item and LOVE it! The new cast iron that is already seasoned is awesome. I still can't believe what a value this was. I know this will be an indespensible item in our ktchen.

5-0 out of 5 stars This will last a lifetime!
I absolutely love the pre-seasoned items. It saves so much time and is convenient especially for those who are new to cooking with cast iron. I have just about every thing made by Lodge & recommend this as an item you will use again & again.

5-0 out of 5 stars Healthy, cheap and browns BEAUTIFULLY!
There are so few "cons" to this pot, it's hard to write a review that doesn't sound sappy.

I have a full set of Ultrex, a snappy modern line sold by a company that makes pans for many big names found in department stores. 55 year warranty, they work fine... But they're non-stick and I've started to worry about that.

Not long ago, a study came out that suggested eating foods cooked in Teflon pans left molecules of something or other floating around in the person's blood for FOUR YEARS. I thought twice about this and decided it was time to look into other pans. It might turn out to be benign - but what if it isn't?

I was addicted to good browning, was used to it from Cuisinart pans and Ultrex. I tried Calphalon hard-anodized aluminum. One burning incident and that pan was RUINED, totally ruined, nothing would clean it.

I've cooked in this Lodge Logic pre-seasoned for a dozen meals now, meat and fish, vegetables too. I've used all types of fats - olive oil, butter, corn oil. Tonight it made a gravy to die for - using heavy cream and mushrooms.

You do have to get used to its different heating cycle. It heats up slower than some other materials. It cools off slower too. But it is fuel efficient and you can do a lot of cooking on Low.

My #1 demand was that it brown meat well. It does that SPLENDIDLY. Really beautiful. Heat the pan for 5 minutes on near High. Throw in two tablespoons of olive oil, throw in stew meat and it will brown in four minutes, magazine picture perfect. Stir with a wooden spoon. Throw in vegetables once the meat's browned. A few cups of water, put the lid on, turn it down to Medium for 15 minutes, Low for another 15 minutes -- it will look like a magazine cover stew. Browning a roast is even easier -- and you can put it into the oven after browning.

If I had to complain of anything, it would be that cast iron is heavy. I'm not sure how much of a problem this will be. This is still a small enough pot to handle for most people. You can roast a whole chicken in it so if that's the quantity you cook, buy this right NOW, you can't go wrong.

4-0 out of 5 stars Needs to be seansoned
I was under the impression with this product I could wash it and start cooking. I was wrong. It still needs to be seasoned and started to rust quickly. But, now that it is all set to go, I have had no problems. Works great as with all the Lodge products. I was disappointed how long it took for it to be delivered. I ordered enough to get the free shipping and did not get my order for three weeks. ... Read more


3. Lodge 10-Quart Deep Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $89.99
our price: $45.76
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Asin: B00008GKDD
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
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Features

  • Integral legs
  • Flanged lid

4. Lodge 7-Quart Dutch Oven with Iron Cover
list price: $52.99
our price: $27.99
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Asin: B00005LVUY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 694
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Chefs will tell you what your grandmother already knew: nothing beats cast-iron cookware for durability, conductivity, even heat distribution, and value. Season cast iron properly and foods won't stick either--no need for a synthetic nonstick coating that might peel or crack. Cast iron even adds iron to the nutritional content of a meal, just like your grandmother said. Made by Lodge, one of the oldest and most trusted names in cast-iron cookware, this 7-quart Dutch oven is built like a Sherman tank, with a sturdy handle and a heavy iron lid with a textured surface for braising. On the down side, the Dutch oven is heavier than a box full of bricks, but think of it as cookware and weaponry rolled into one. Be sure not to use dishwashing liquid on seasoned cast iron, and towel dry and coat with a light layer of oil after washing. Never leave cast iron sitting in water, because it will rust. If you treat your cast-iron cookware properly, your own grandchildren will still be using it when that fancy aluminum-alloy pan is long gone to the great yuppie kitchen in the sky. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Cooking with cast iron supplements nutritional iron intake
  • Cast iron construction for superior durability and heat retention
  • 4.5 inches deep by 12 inches in diameter
  • Includes self-basting iron cover
  • Nonstick when seasoned; includes detailed seasoning instructions

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lodge is the best !
This was my first cast iron cooking vessel. I just love the thing (tho' it is a little heavy for my 5 foot 1', 100 pound frame- in addition to cooking, it provides a really good daily workout). I have found this dutch oven to be so versatile that I cook almost everything in it. I am Indian and love cooking, and have cooked Indian, American, Chinese, Mexican food, and my own creations in it. It just keeps going from electric stove, to oven to dining table, and takes all of the abuse (I have used it to cook acidic foods like tomatoes, lemons, etc., alkaline foods, neutral foods, even Indian spices like turmeric do not destroy it- turmeric can spell doom for a lot of cookware). I have even used it on the stove top to cook cornbread and Indian flatbreads (my expensive non stick skillet did not survive the Indian flatbread cooking).

5-0 out of 5 stars This will last a lifetime!
Yes,this is a large, very heavy pot, but that's because it is worth it's weight in gold. You will never have to replace this pan, your great-great grandchildren could still be using it. The price is an unbelievable bargain. It makes enough chili or stew for a small army and is great for braising large roasts. It also bakes cakes beautifully! You will not be sorry you bought it. If you don't cook for over 4 people ever, you probably want the 5 qt.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good pot
I gave this only three stars because of the lid--all those tips that provide the self-basting are a pain to season. The pot itself has performed wonderfully for me.

5-0 out of 5 stars awesome
my mom has this or at least something like at and has had it as long as i can remember, i was looking online for something similar to what she has and i came across this. needless to say i'll probably be getting one of my own. it works beautifully for roasted potatoes, and also this amazing peach pancake that my mom makes. if any of you have this it's the peach pancake recipe is similar to a popover: 1 egg, 1/4 c. flour, and 1/4 c. milk for each person 450 for 15 min, and 350 for 10 depending on how much you make. then for the peach part you take the juice from a can/jar of peaches and you reduce it with sugar and cinnamon, and then you cut up the peaches and add them and then you pour it over your pancake. god i could eat that 8 days a week. it's sooo good.but any way, the last person said the way they clean it was with clean water and a rag, and drying it out in the oven, i find that to be a bit tedious, all it really needs is to be wiped out with a paper towel, unless you make something that sticks to it, which the other way works well for that. i really can't say enough good stuff about this dutch oven. except my mom lost the lid, so i have no idea how well that works.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Genuine Pleasure!
I recently purchased the Lodge 7 qt. Dutch oven and am delighted with it.

I do a lot of French roasting (preheating the skillet to 400+ degrees in the oven, then placing it on stovetop over high heat to sear the meat/poultry, then placing back in the oven at reduced temperature). I don't have to be concerned about melting handles, ruining non-stick coatings or warping, and the heavy cast iron absorbs, distributes and retains heat beautifully, as advertised.

My first 'project' with it was my version of French 'Chicken In A Pot'. I seared a trussed, seasoned 5 ½ pound whole chicken on all sides in a stick of melted butter (it browned just beautifully!), added mirepoix, bouquet garni and chicken stock and put the Dutch oven in the oven uncovered at 375 degrees for 1 hour. I then added large-cut potatoes, carrot, celery, onion and leek and let it continue for about 1 ½ hours covered, basting about every 15 minutes until the chicken and vegetables tested done. The chicken was incredibly moist and tender (better than I've ever had) and the vegetables were al dente and very full flavored and colorful - all in one pot! The resulting juices made fantastic gravy.

Clear instructions for care and seasoning came with the Dutch oven. During the seasoning process it turned ugly (just like it's supposed to) and the kitchen took on the faint aroma of a foundry, but now it is truly non-stick, especially if you start off with it preheated in the oven to very hot (400+).

The flavors of foods are so much better with cast iron! I could say it was my imagination if not for the fact that I've heard this claim from so many other cast iron users.

I wash it with clear water and a soft brush, dry it with a dish towel, then place it in a warm oven for about 15 minutes to dry it thoroughly, then wipe a light coat of vegetable oil all over it and it's ready to go again. The 'household' understands that I am the only one who cleans it and that it is never to be soaked. The standing rule is "Just leave it and I'll take care of it". There are no objections.

I purchased the Dutch oven as a result of being so pleased with my recently purchased Lodge 12" skillet (especially after I read one of the other reviewer's tip that the Dutch oven's lid also fits the 12" skillet, which it does perfectly).

All this for a fraction of the price of the 'trendy' cookware (and it will easily outlive them). I would consider my new Lodge Dutch oven a bargain at twice the price.

Tom Chekouras ... Read more


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Asin: B0002IEWWW
Catlog: Kitchen
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6. Lodge Logic, L12DCO3LC, Lewis & Clark Commemorative Dutch Oven
list price: $100.00
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00029I43O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 8550
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Features

  • Lewis and Clark commemorative edition
  • 12" Diameter and 8 qt capacity
  • Includes historical book / recipes
  • PreSeasoned and ready to use

7. Lodge Logic, L8DOL3, Pre-Seasoned 5 Qt Dutch Oven with Loop Handles
list price: $53.00
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00063RWYI
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 9752
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Features

  • Loop side handles for easy storage, handling
  • Pre-seasoned ready for use
  • 5 qt Capacity

8. Lodge 6-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $49.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008GKDA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 6617
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Features

  • Integral legs
  • Flanged lid

9. Lodge Logic Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $59.99
our price: $37.70
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Asin: B00008GKDW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 12514
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Features

  • 12 by 5 inches; lifetime warranty
  • 8-quart camp Dutch oven
  • Large wire handle for easy lifting; built in legs for campfire cooking
  • Lid flanged to hold coals; lid can be inverted to use as a griddle
  • Hand wash using a stiff brush and hot water only; oven safe to 500 degrees F

10. Lodge 9 -Quart Dutch Oven with Iron Cover
list price: $59.99
our price: $34.11
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Asin: B00008GKCR
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Heavy gauge wire bale
  • Evenly heats
  • Self basting iron cover

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A thought....
Like all Lodge products this one is wonderful... however, I do believe you are in error in most of your catalog photos. I believe Lodge Dutch Ovens with odd number of quarts are legless and those with even number of quarts are CAMP Dutch ovens with legs... and your photos do not reflect this. This makes a great deal of difference to those doing the buying. Also you seem to have the 10 inch (note 10 on lid in pics) pictured in most of your Camp Dutch Oven pictures... really do wish you had a Lodge Product number and all the correct sizes and styles pictured correctly... I am sitting in South Carolina, hoping you got a lot of the photos mixed up or the person putting up the site didn't know exactly what to do... putting up a site is always hard when you do not work with the material every day... again my thanks for checking

steve ... Read more


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Asin: B0002IEY8O
Catlog: Kitchen
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12. Lodge Logic 6-Quart Pre-Seasoned Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $39.99
our price: $32.99
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Asin: B00006JSUH
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 2818
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Relive the vivid pleasure of childhood camping meals with this6-quart cast-iron Dutch oven. Cast iron creates superior heatretention, heats evenly, and loves a campfire, unlike flimsier pans.Use the wire handle to set this heavy-duty three-legged oven in a bedof coals and pile more on top—its flanged lid keeps coals from rollingoff. At 12 inches in diameter and 4 inches deep, this oven holds acrowd-pleasing heap of stew, fruit cobbler, or cornbread. While theskillet comes preseasoned to prevent food from sticking, it works bestwhen sprayed or lightly coated with vegetable oil before use. Whencared for properly, this virtually indestructible pan should last forgenerations. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • 6-quart, 12-inch diameter, 4 inches deep
  • Heavy cast-iron 3-legged Dutch oven
  • Flat lid has flanged edge to hold coals
  • Pre-seasoned for nonstick finish
  • Handle for easy carrying

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars RICHARDBROS
GREAT OVEN FOR THE PRICE. SHIPPING COST ARE A LITTLE HIGH. ONLY USED THIS OVEN ONCE SO FAR. I WENT ONLINE FOR RECIPES, WHICH THERE ARE HUNDREDS. WE COOKED A COBBLER, AND MAN WAS IT TASTY. IF YOUR INTO OUTDOOR COOKING THIS IS IT. I CANT WAIT TO USE IT AGAIN. CLEANUP WAS A BREEZE. I RECOMEND THIS TO ANYONE

5-0 out of 5 stars Recommended by experts and doesn't disappoint
Before my wife and I were recently married, we both enjoyed camping with groups. Now we are establishing our own collection of camping equipment, and enjoying camping on our own. In studying camping, I became intrigued by the Dutch oven, and the fact that you can do about anything with it you can with a stove and oven at home - bake, broil, boil, fry, roast, etc. Mainly, I dreamed of making a pizza in camp!

Reasearching many publications by Dutch oven fanatics, one thing was consistent: Lodge is the best. They also recommend starting with a 12" oven, as most recipes are for this size. (Probably because a 12" oven has nearly the same bottom area as a standard 9x13 baking dish or cake pan.)

I can't compare against any other makes, as I don't have any, but this oven does not disappoint. It seems well-made, and the lid fits precisely as it should.

I didn't want to pay extra for the seasoning, but with Super Saver shipping, Amazon was selling this for almost half what I could get the non-pre-seasoned model for shipped from anywhere else. (Most mail-order retailers add an additional fee for the heavy Dutch oven on top of their regular shipping charge.) I am amazed at how easy it is to clean, even with my amateur experiments. I haven't had to use any more than very little scrubbing with a Scotch-Brite pad to get a few stubborn spots off, and the pre-seasoning allowed me to bake with it the evening it arrived!

In the first week, I've tried brownies, pizza, sourdough rolls, cinnamon rolls, baked macaroni and cheese, and fried up bacon on the lid. I'm looking forward to getting a lifetime of use out of this, and will shortly add some other sizes. (I suspect the 8" will be better for casserole-type meals for just me and my wife.)

1-0 out of 5 stars Wrong Photo
This would be a great buy if the picture and the product description matched. The picture shows the Lewis & Clark commemorative oven, but the product code indicates the standard Logic 12" oven. This is a common error on the part of Amazon, mismatched picture and product. Also, be careful of their pricing claims, on the 8" oven they advertise lowest price of the season, but the oven was $8 cheaper the week before. Make sure you know your product before you buy - save yourself a major disappointment.
Update 6/30/04: Getting closer to the truth, the picture is now correct for the product, but the description is still off. Per Lodge, the depth of the L12CO3 is 3 3/4 inches, not 4. This could possibly mislead people into believing the advertised oven is the "deep" version. ... Read more


13. Lodge 8-Quart Deep Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $59.99
our price: $32.99
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Asin: B00008GKDB
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 1040
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Features

  • Seasoning required before use; hand wash only; limited lifetime warranty
  • 8-quart deep-sided Dutch oven for campfire or fireplace cooking
  • Durable cast-iron assembly ensures superior heat retention and distribution
  • Flanged lid inverts for use as a campfire griddle
  • Integral legs are designed to sit amidst hot coals

14. Lodge 2-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $39.99
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B00008GKD9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 10191
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Features

  • Integral legs
  • Flanged lid

15. Lodge Logic, L16CO3, Pre-seasoned 12 qt Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $140.00
our price: $99.99
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Asin: B00063RX2O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
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Features

  • Largest camp oven
  • Flanged Lid keeps flavors in
  • PreSeasoned and ready to use
  • 16" dia and 12 qt capacity

16. Lodge Logic, L8CO3, Pre-Seasoned 2 qt Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $65.00
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00063RX0Q
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 58558
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Features

  • Flanged Lid
  • Integral Legs
  • PreSeasoned and ready to use
  • 2 qt capacity

17. Lodge 5-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven with Iron Lid
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004S9HE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 24204
Average Customer Review: 4.92 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

There are certain dishes that absolutely require cast-iron cookware, and others that just simply taste better when made with it. Sampling a hearty spoonful of authentic jambalaya right out this Dutch oven will make this point completely clear. Fancy alloys and coatings on other types of cookware are simply trying to emulate the innate qualities of properly seasoned cast iron: heat retention, even heat distribution, and a scratchproof nonstick surface that will never warp. Since 1896, Lodge has been steadily producing the world's most extensive selection of professional cast-iron cookware, lovingly poured one piece at a time. Cared for properly, which means never even thinking of putting them in the dishwasher, these products will last for generations. --Dominic Johnson ... Read more

Features

  • Made in the USA
  • 10-1/4 inches in diameter by 4 inches deep
  • Nonstick when seasoned
  • Retains heat for hours
  • Cooking with cast iron supplements nutritional iron intake

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lodge Is the Best!!
This Dutch Oven goes everywhere with me. I no longer cook inside. I have a full set for home and a set for camping. They go in my jeep everywhere. I can quickly and deliciously whip up a fantastic meal that is healthy, fun, and stays warm till you can't eat another bite. These ovens last a lifetime. I have one from my great grandmother, of course, it is my favorite. Her pan is how I discovered "Lodge" cookware and cast iron cooking. Cooking outdoors on a daily basis has enriched my cooking experience and changed my outlook on life. It smells great, taste great, and is easy to learn. It never fails to bring shock and laughter to the dinner table when everyone sees you pull their meal from inside the fireplace . . . or from a hole in the ground with burning embers or from a hanging pot. Great fun! Makes the chore of cooking fun and satisfying! Oh . . . and so-o-o-o good! Don't forget your Lodge Dinnerbell to top off the meal with the right atmosphere.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pretty and pretty useful
This is definitely one of the best values in cookware around. The cast iron cooks very evenly and is very durable. It was a pleasure to cook a beef stew in this.

I also made a black bean soup in the Dutch Oven. Some of the crushed black beans cooked right to the side of the oven. I had seasoned the oven, but it was still a chore to remove. Oh well. I assume that the seasoning will improve over time.

The only other piece of cookware that I would consider better is a Le Creuset equivalent, which would probably cost about 5 times as much and poses the risk of chipping its enamel coating.

5-0 out of 5 stars It is great
I bought this as a gold box special. I have a skillet as well, but do not use it very much. So far I have made hungarian goulash and weight watchers turkey chili in it and both have come out excellent.

My skillet was preseasoned, so this was my first go at seasoning. I learned that it is smoky and stinky, so don't do it right before having guests. :)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bye-Bye Teflon and Hello Lodge Cast Iron
Kiss that Teflon coated cookware good bye. Get yourself a Lodge cast iron Dutch oven for the kitchen and tell me this isn't the best cookware you have ever owned.

I have been using my 5 quart Dutch oven for about two years now and despite it's weight, my food turns out better, tastier and clean-up is a breeze. In addition, cast iron can last a lifetime unlike Teflon coated pots and pans which can and will flake and apparently if in your food, it is unhealthy.

This pot has been used on electrical and gas stoves and with almost identical results. The pot does not require special heat coils or other "technology" to evenly distribute heat, it's built in its structure, it's cast iron. In addition, it can easily go from stovetop to oven for casseroles and other such items. One or two less items to clean at the end of the meal.

I highly recommend cast iron and as time goes on all my Teflon pots and pans will be completely replaced by cast iron.

Sometimes old becomes new again and I foresee that people will look more towards cast iron as their everyday cookware that is relatively inexpensive compared to "professional" cookware currently on the market. You really can't beat something that will outlast even you if you give it tender loving care.

5-0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS FABULOUS FABULOUS
I own three pieces of cast iron cookware, and this item is one of them... and among my favorite cooking implements, period. Cast iron is not a quickie-cooking component (it takes time for the iron to heat, and it takes experience to gauge the iron's "perfect temperature" for sensitive dishes), but for dishes requiring steady, even heat and for cooks who require durable cookware with easy clean-up, cast iron CANNOT be beat!

This pot is going to last forever. Its care is easy: I scrub it with hot water only, and dry it with an old rag and apply a thin layer of vegetable oil while the iron is still hot... a year and a half later, it's still rust-free and delivering the reliable service I have come to expect and admire. No scratches interfere with its performance, as is the case with my allegedly-long-lasting Wearever nonstick cookware set (what a waste of money THAT was!). Heck, I even use my cast-iron skillet for CREPES, and that's saying something! Despite the pan's weight, it's an immeasurably better nonstick crepe-cooker than teflon. In fact, I use my cast iron cookware for everything from french fries to spaghetti sauce to eggs and bacon to french toast! It's a dependable griddle, skillet, grill, and pot, and it goes right from the stovetop and into the oven for maximum versatility.

I am an avid home-chef, and I can say without exception that my cast-iron cookware is the best kitchen investment I've ever made. ... Read more


18. Lodge Logic, L12DO3, Pre-Seasoned 8 qt Dutch Oven with iron cover
list price: $99.00
our price: $69.99
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Asin: B00063RWZM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
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Features

  • Seasoned ready to use
  • 9 Quart capacity
  • Heavy guage wire bale
  • Heats evenly
  • Self basting iron cover

19. Lodge 4-Quart Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004S9HF
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 82846
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Dating back to Colonial times, the Dutch oven, distinguishable by its three stubby legs, has long been used by many--from hunters to the Boy Scouts--to cook breads, soups, bean dishes, and even hot desserts. Just place whatever tempting ingredients are on hand together in this Dutch oven, and it will cook directly on the bed of hot briquettes. Dutch oven cooking can be a trial-and-error experience--it used to take many failures before one could obtain even and thorough cooking without burning. With this in mind, the manufacturer has provided recommended cooking times and temperatures as well as some great basic recipes. The pan will darken with use, improving its performance as a nonstick cookware. --Teresa Simanton ... Read more

Features

  • Wash only with hot soap and water
  • Integral legs
  • Flanged lid
  • Constructed of strong cast iron
  • Oven requires basic seasoning before use

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality American Made Oven -- "1 Star" needs education
I own two of these Lodge 10" Dutch ovens, as well as other sizes from 5" to 16". The gent that gives it one star should educate himself on the proper use of the oven. He should not judge a product that he knows nothing about. He should sell his DO to a party that appreciates the proper use and quality of the product. The Lodge Dutch ovens are great units if seasoned properly, and are extremely easy to clean with just hot water.

This oven is a great size for cooking side dishes, as well as cakes and cobblers. It is also perfect for RV travel. We cook 10" Sourdough Coffee Cakes to give to friends at Christmas. The smiles are worth it. I am sorry to see it being out of stock. I feel more people should get acquainted with the art of cooking as their ancestors did everyday. It is relaxing as well as historic.

5-0 out of 5 stars Man giving this '1 Star' should learn what Cast Iron is for!
I've owned two of these pots for years, and just bought another. I also use 14-16 other Cast Iron pieces from small to large skillets, griddles, chicken fryers..etc. You can't find a better method of cooking than with Cast Iron whether cooking indoors or out! It's one of the best investments you'll make of both your money and your time to care for it. At least your kids will 'have a relic' from these, unlike most any other cookware!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Outdoor Cooking
This is an excellent item if you're going camping somewhere where you will be building a campfire.This is what it is meant for,it isn't designed for use indoors.You can't beat these for campsite stews.They are heavy so backpacking with them wouldn't work.They are perfect if you don't have to carry them very far.

5-0 out of 5 stars The man who gives this one star is WRONG!
Like him, I have had mine for many years. Some of the best food I've ever made has come out of this pot. It works well in the fireplace or on the stove. Cleaning and curing is a pretty simple task - yes the enameled pots are also great and easier to clean but they just don't work the way this does. Also, there's no enamel to chip on a real cast iron pot.

1-0 out of 5 stars Consider a LeCreuset unless you're really using this outside
I've have had this Dutch oven for the last 8 years and I'm sure it will outlast me. But I am also sure that for my offspring it also will be a bizarre relic as they wonder why one of their ancestors every put up with curing and cleaning and curing this when there was a perfectly good alternative in the cabinet. I wonder that too. Unless you are taking this out the the fire pit for outdoor cooking, I would highly recommend the equivalent Le Creuset models. They are enamel-coasted, painless to clean, and very heavy duty -- I expect to pass this one on as well. They distribute heat much better and have such contemporary innovations as a lid-handle NOT made of very heat-conductive metal.

For outdoor use, I guess this is a sturdy bet (15 lbs) but know that this will require cleanup and care when you get home. ... Read more


20. Lodge Logic, L14DCO3, Pre-Seasoned 10 qt Deep Camp Dutch Oven
list price: $130.00
our price: $89.99
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Asin: B00063RX2E
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
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Features

  • Large Capacity Camp Ducth Oven
  • Flanged lid fits snug to keep flavors in
  • PreSeasoned and ready to use
  • 14" dia and 8 qt capacity

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