Lodge Logic® 9-Quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven
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- Traditional Dutch oven design
- Ready-to-use, seasoned cast iron construction
- Nine-quart capacity
- Cast iron lid
- Wire bail with spiral handle
- 13-1/4'' diameter and 4-3/4'' deep
- Even gentle heating - the original slow cooker
As great on the stove as it is over a campfire, a Dutch Oven from Lodge Logic delivers smooth heat distribution, retention, and cooking versatility that can't be matched by other cookware. Like all Lodge Dutch ovens, this nine quart cooker comes complete with a cast iron lid featuring the raised Lodge logo and a durable wire bail with spiral wire handle for easy carrying. The original slow cooker, versions of this very cast iron oven have been a kitchen staple in American homes for more than two centuries. Measures 13-1/4'' across and 4-3/4'' deep. Lodge Logic seasoned cast iron construction means the pan is ready to use right out of the box. Don't be confused by any imitation, Lodge Dutch Ovens are the cast iron cookware that set the standards. Lodge's closely held metallurgy and strict quality standards are what garnered this a "Best Buy" by Cook's Illustrated magazine. Made in USA. Manufacturer model #:L12DO3.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 5 out of 5 by 7
Rated 5 out of 5 by KBVA Best Product......EVER
Ok, this is a Fantastic product, however, Bama2506 was so wrong I just couldn't let that information stand. DO NOT use dish soap OR SOS pads on ANY cast iron cookwear. I am currently using four pieces of my great-grandmothers cast iron and it has NEVER seen any cleaning other than a soapless dish-rag or plastic brush and plain hot water. It should only need reseasoned on very rare occasions. Coat with lard (what I, my mother, grandmother and great-grandmother used) or Crisco, place upside down in 350 pre-heated oven, leave at least one hour, turn off oven and leave it in the oven to cool to room temp. Oh, and tomato sauce has no affect on the cast iron, just clean as I have said and continue to cook EVERYTHING in your cast iron...it can take it and will last...well, my great-grandmother got hers in 1897, which I have now...so you figure it out.
October 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bama2506 Great dutch oven for a wood stove.
Great made iron cookware. Very large. Good for pork shoulders, dear quarter roast, large birds, small turkeys, cobbler, or large amounts of stew/chili. It comes preseasoned from the factory in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee, but if you cook something like chicken and dumplings and it needs cleaning, just wash with dish soap or SOS and hand dry. Then spray with Pam " Processional High Heat" or wipe down with a thin layer of Crisco and get it hot again on a hot eye or in a oven. Bring it to a light smoke and carefully remove from heat, preferably with welding gloves. Iron is a righteous heat conductor and will hold its heat for long after its been removed from the oven.
September 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by MercedesX A cooks friend
I found a onion soup receipe that needed an 8 qt dutch oven. Lodge has a 9 quart. As expected it is heavy. But has a smooth bottom and works well on ceramic top stoves. The pre seasoning of the cast iron is great. The onion soup came out really well with the carmelization that the cast iron produced in the onions.
Love this Lodge 9 quart Dutch Oven and will be using it extensively, especially for frying chicken and other large quantity foods like chili.
May 5, 2010
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