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Description: Dutch Oven with Lid Stainless steel knob and cast loop side handle Gradient porcelain enameled exterior and cream enameled interior for fast and trouble free clean up cast iron loop side handle Self basting condensation bumps in lid interior Oven ...
Description: Dutch oven Material: Enameled cast iron Two pot holders and a stainless steel trivet Superior heat retention and distribution Distributes heat slowly and evenly to tenderize meats, poultry and vegetables Self basting condensation ridges on lid uniformly collect and direct ...
Description: Oval dutch oven Material: Cast iron Twice enameled Bronze knob Compatible with standard stovetops, induction ranges, and conventional ovens Heat resistant up to 400 degree fahrenheit Cleaning and care: Dishwasher safe Cast iron collection Capacity: 4 1/2 Qt. Capacity: 5 ...

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6 Qt. Round Dutch Oven 6 Qt. Round Dutch Oven
 5 stars
The Dutch Oven is really nice on the stove and great quality.
- S in N

Logic 4-qt. Round Dutch Oven Logic 4-qt. Round Dutch Oven
 5 stars
We originally bought this because we wanted a "pan" that is deeper for stir-frying. Instead of the chicken frier that is 3 inch deep, we picked this 4-inch deep model. And just like every other cast
- Derek in Jackson, MS

6 Qt.Cast Iron Round Dutch Oven 6 Qt.Cast Iron Round Dutch Oven
 5 stars
good service good product very pleased outdoor cooking no assembly needed
- Robert in Belmont, NY

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