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Lodge Logic® Color Enamel Dutch Ovens feature the same quality Lodge cast iron cookware you've come to depend on, with an added dash of color! Each piece is cast from molten iron from individual sand molds. The cast iron piece is hand prepared before several layers of porcelain are applied and baked in very high-temperature ovens. The two layers of hard and glossy enamel are chip resistant, easy to clean, eliminate seasoning, and give you the superior heat retention and distribution of cast iron. The 3-Quart Dutch Oven has a 9-3/4" diameter, a 3" depth, and weighs 11 lbs. The 4.5-Quart Dutch Oven has a 10'' diameter, a 4'' depth, and weighs 14 lbs. The 6-Quart Dutch Oven has a 10-3/4" diameter, a 4-1/2" depth, and weighs 16 lbs. The 7.5-Quart Dutch Oven has a 12" diameter, a 4-3/4" depth, and weighs 20 lbs.
Cast from molten iron in individual sand molds
No seasoning required
Cast iron cooking performance
2 layers of hard and glossy enamel are chip resistant
I use my lodge 6qt enamel dutch oven for everything from chili, beef stew, pulled pork, to baked mac & cheese. It is very easy to clean after and makes a great presentation dish for parties.
May 4, 2012
Bring the Outdoors In
I spend an excessive amount of time in the back country canoe tripping and although I loathe the weight, I hump a small cast iron dutch oven with me everywhere I paddle. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE COOKING WITH CAST IRON! Now I get to look fancy at home with Lodge Color. I have a blue puppy from when they first were introduced and I adore it so much that I had to get a red one. One will not go wrong with this purchase. My younger daughter tried to steal mine when she moved into her own place but I nabbed my blue pup at the border.
September 12, 2010
I'm a "foodie" and cook a lot.. While the LeCreuset is popular among gastonomes, is is painfully expensive. I got this pot to make artisan bread and it is fantastic. I use is for a lot of other things.
This is a very heavy, well-made pot for a very good price, and according to America's Test Kitchen, compares very favorably with LeCreuset. This is a winner!!!
March 19, 2010
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