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Lodge Blue Enamel 6-quart Cast Iron Dutch Oven
Liven up your time spent cooking by using this lovely blue Lodge cast-iron dutch oven. It adds a pop of color to your country kitchen that is sure to pleasantly surprise guests when you serve dinner. It has a durable enamel coating for years of use.
ITEM#: 12364434A sky-blue hue colors the enamel coating of this Dutch oven from Lodge. The 6-quart capacity makes it possible to create most any recipe.
- Cook delicious meals with a Dutch oven from Lodge Color
- Color options: Blue
- Capacity: 6 quarts
- Materials: Cast iron, enamel coating
- Lid is included
- Dimensions: 8 inches high x 13.5 inches long x 11 inches wide
|Product Features||Includes Lid|
|Dimensions||8in. H x 13.5in. L x 11in. W|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Limited Lifetime|
|Materials||cast iron, enamel|
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I have had this for years and have cooked everything in it and comes clean time after time very easyRead More
I love this pot I cook with it a lot. I recommend it to my friend and she bought one two and she also loves it.Read More
I love to cook. Have a number of Le Crueset cast iron enameled pieces I love to use: frying pans, grills, broiler pan, but haven't purchased one in over 7 years. Really wanted to take advantage of what a great enameled cast iron Dutch Oven could do both for roasting, stock pot meals, and slow cooking but was stunned at Le Crueset prices. On to the internet for comparisons and evaluations, and based on a review of the Lodge in a cook-off against Le Cruest thought it would be worth saving over ***to find out if it was really true that identical meals came out with identical flavor in the taste test. Yes it does! Like any enameled cast iron product, chipping of the enamel is always a concern. This is why I stayed away from the "made in China" options. Taking care of cookware is alway a "must", (even two of my Le Crueset pieces have suffered some small chips) but the Lodge piece so far has survived perfectly with a couple of incidents that would have hurt pieces built with lesser quality. A++ Lodge! 5 pounds of short ribs are on the way...Read More
This pot is great for frying, sauteing, stews, soups and more! I like the high sides as it keeps some heat in and cooks faster. Also the heat distribution is top notch.Read More
Always wanted one of these, researched around, love it. Sturdy, heavy and works great. My food came out perfectly and it cleaned up so easily. I didn't have to scrub or anything.Read More
The Lodge cast iron Dutch oven is the size I've wished for each time I've had to remove the food I've prepped from my "French oven" because I couldn't get the cover on---without the almost $300 cost for a comparable size! The Lodge Dutch oven is partially a melted-glass product, which apparently decreases the cost without, it seems affecting performance. The Lodge is notably lighter than the higher-priced cookware, hefty but the 6 quart 16 pound piece is still easy to handle. The stainless steel knob on the cover is oven-safe to 500 degrees F, and doesn't need to be replaced for an additional cost as do those on many of the other branded lower-cost options. All exposed surfaces are seasoned for easy maintenance. Following my first use of the Dutch oven for a pork shoulder which braised slowly and beautifully in a 225 degrees F the white gloss enamel interior washed with soap and water as easily as the dinner plates!Read More
I received the dutch oven in a timely manner. Well-packaged and protected. I have now used this dutch oven for a variety of cooking purposes. I have browned meats then roasted them in the oven. I have simmered chili on the stove. I have even used it to make bread! It has been great so far and very easy to clean. I have flimsy oven racks however and the 16lb weight + the weight of whatever I have cooking in the dutch oven cause my oven racks to sag. But what can you do? Cast-iron dutch ovens are supposed to be heavy! This product is exactly as advertised and I love it so far. Looking forward to using it for years to come!Read More
I also own the french cast iron and enamel cookware and this is just as nice and cooks the same. I am very p[lease.Read More
This dutch oven is fabulous. It is large enough for most cooking/frying without being overwhelmingly big. It cleans like a dream. I am now trying out recipes I couldn't do before because I only had non-stick cookware. This works for every recipe. Easy to use, easy to clean, easy to store.Read More
I love this dutch oven. It's very well made and every bit as good as the high priced ones for a lot less. Ive used it several times and it cleans up very well. Im not sure if the manufacturers changed the knob. Several people wrote that theirs was plastic but mine is metal. I would highly recommend this to friends. I wish I had purchased more for gifts.Read More
Questions & Answers
This is made in China.
Can you tell me to what temperature is this oven safe?
This oven is safe up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
A reviewer indicates this dutch oven has a stainless steel knob on the cover. Could you confirm that for me, please?
This item should have a stainless steel knob.
Is there a white enamel coating on the inside as well? I bought a different cast iron pot with white enamel on the inside a couple years ago, and now the inside has a chip. Where is this item made and what kind of guarantee does it have?
Yes the enamel on the inside is likely white. It is manufactured in China, and comes with a limited lifetime guarantee.
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