Lodge Logic Cast-Iron 2-Quart Serving Pot with Iron Lid
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Don't worry about a separate fancy serving dish. Lodge Logic®'s Serving Pot gives you a stylish serving dish you can cook your food in. This pot with loop handles and an iron cover is perfect for oven to table presentations of soups, stews, beans, or any family favorite. Already seasoned so you can use it straight out of the box. Diameter: 8''. Depth: 2-7/8''. Made in USA.
- Seasoned, ready-to-use cast iron construction
- Loop handles
- Serving dish and cooking dish all in one
- Iron cover
- 2-quart size
Lodge Logic® Cast-Iron Two Quart Serving Pot with Iron Lid
Cast Iron cooking
I used this cast iron pot for the first time on my last camping trip. I used it to both boil water over a charcoal/wood fire and to cook maccaroni and cheese. I first washed the pot when i got it him and then seasoned it again with cooking oil. It did great cooking the mac and cheese. When it came time to strain the pasta, i just tilted the lid a little, and using two potholders, held the handles on the side of the pot and the lid in place and tipped the pot over and drained the water. Not a single noodle was lost and in the end the mac and cheese was great.
To clean the pot at the campsite, i ate the mac and cheese, then put in some more water and got that to boil over the coal/wood fire, then scrubbed the pot with a scrubbing sponge, rinsed, then dried it back on the fire then gave it a spray with olive oil cooking spray. When i got home, i rinsed it again because it had gotten dirty from the campsite in general. When you wash it (try not to use soap, if you do a find that organic soap does better overall) stick it on the stove to dry it, then while the pot is still hot, oil it again.
November 7, 2007
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