Lodge Logic® 10-Quart Cast Iron Camp Dutch Oven
- Classic campsite cooker
- Big 10-quart capacity
- Ready-to-use, seasoned cast iron construction
- Flanged lid holds hot coals for cooking or flips to serve as a griddle
- Integral legs on bottom of pot for campfire and fireplace cooking
- Wire bail for carrying
- 14'' diameter and 5'' deep
- Smooth, even heat distribution of a cast iron pot
Manufacturer model #: L14DCO3.
Introducing Lodge Logic: Ready-to-use cast-iron cookware, pre-seasoned for consistent performance!
For more than 100 years, Lodge has been perfecting the process of making cast-iron cookware, formulating the perfect metal chemistry to create durable cookware with incredible heat retention and distribution. In the past, the seasoning process was never complete until someone cooked countless batches of fried chicken, catfish and cornbread in the pan or pot to burnish it to a black patina, creating a piece of cookware that could be handed down like an heirloom. Lodge Logic removes the waiting, thanks to a newly-developed seasoning process. Lodge's electrostatic spray system applies a proprietary vegetable oil combination to deeply penetrate the pores of the iron. The result? Seasoned cast-iron cookware from Lodge you can use it right out of the box.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by KD7CAO Best for Serious Cooking This dutch oven is the biggest baddest cast iron dutch oven that is readily available. It is not the biggest I have owned by Lodge, but it is the biggest I purchased new. This is not for the faint of heart though, at 10 quarts you best be prepared with a continuous source of hot coals, lots of time, and big appetites. I've made large amounts of chowder, pot roasts, baked breads, deep fried doughnuts, and made a few desserts in mine. Be prepared though, this size is tough maneuver once filled with delicacies. Do not trust the bail on it, I've frequently noticed a tendency to tip over when using this handle. Instead I recommend using a fork lift, okay just kidding, I do use a three point sling that I found on the net (safe for use in the fire) clips onto the legs and works like a champ. Would I recommend this? Yes. September 18, 2012
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