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Bayou Classic 2-quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven
This Dutch oven features a cast iron construction. With a 2-quart capacity, this Dutch oven makes a great addition to any kitchen.
ITEM#: 13781018This Dutch oven features a cast iron construction. With a 2-quart capacity, this Dutch oven makes a great addition to any kitchen.
- Materials: Cast iron
- Dimensions: 10 inches in diameter x 4 inches high
- Capacity: 2 quarts
- Surface: Seasoned
- Care instructions: Rinse in hot water without detergents
- Oven-safe to: 0 to 750 degrees Fahrenheit
|Product Features||Non-Stick Surface|
|Warranty||1 year Limited Manufacturer|
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This pot is ideal for baking bread on open coals outside.Read More
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have a dog that destroys all of his water bowls. this is the first one he has been unable to destroy. So not used for purpose intendedRead More
Just like it is described. This Dutch Oven is a great value for the money.Read More
Overall a good product. Works great for cooking over the campfire or on a portable stove when you are in the great outdoors.Read More
well made dutch oven lid fits good cooks very even easy to clean you can cook everything in this indoors or out just the right sizeRead More
This baby is a mini dutch oven that needs to be seasoned before use. I used Crisco, I rubbed it all over and baked it at 300 degrees for about an hour. That said it's my go to dutch oven when I don't need to use the 5 quart. If you're cooking for one or two it's great. I comes with a built in handle.Read More
I personally would recommend spending just a bit more and getting a name brand like lodge. Mine smells chemically even though I've washed it several times and it has a big bump of the coating in the center of the bottom of the pan which makes scraping a bit difficult. It's not a bad product but there are better ones out there.Read More
I wouldn't have purchased if I had know it wasn't made in USA. The quality seems okay. It's a cute little dutch oven.Read More
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Thank you for your question joeny. The Bayou Classic 2-quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven is made in China. Have a great day.
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