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Lodge Logic Dutch Oven with Loop Handles

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Family-sized dishes cook superbly in this world leading cast-iron Dutch oven.

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Lodge, the world's leader in cast-iron cookware, crafts this revolutionary Dutch oven that is preseasoned so it's ready to cook right out of the box. Designed to replicate the all-encompassing heat of an oven on the stovetop, Dutch ovens are ideal for meat-and-vegetable dishes such as savory pulled pork or chicken cacciatore. The 5-quart capacity is perfect for family-sized servings and a champ for baking cornbread, producing a perfectly crispy exterior and light, moist interior. The loop handles make the simple-to-clean pan easy to maneuver on the stovetop, in the oven or over the campfire. Made in the USA.

Lodge Logic's preseasoning process penetrates the metal's pores thoroughly and uniformly, so it looks and performs better than traditional home seasoning. You still get the even heating, superior heat retention, and inherently stick-resistant finish that has made cast-iron cookware a favorite of professional chefs. Backed by legendary performance and durability, Lodge has crafted cast-iron products since 1896.

Product Features
  • • Precision molded cast iron features exacting wall thickness
  • • Preseasoned to a treasured black patina with 100% natural soy-based vegetable oil
  • • Heirloom preseasoned finish lets you cook with the pan right out of the box
  • • Preseasoned coating is impermeable to odors and stains
  • • Superior distribution and retention of heat promotes faster cooking times
  • • Foods will not react with the cast-iron metal
  • • Easy-clean surfaces are scratch-resistant
  • • Side pouring lips for easy transfer of foods
  • • Side and lid loop handles make the pan easy to maneuver
  • • Versatile for gas, electric, ceramic and induction stovetops
  • • Oven- and broiler-safe at all temperatures
  • • Safe for refrigerator and freezer
  • • Hand wash
  • • Made in the USA

Model: L8DOL3
  • • Material: Preseasoned cast iron
  • • Capacity: 5 quart
  • • Size: 10 1/4"Dia. x 4 1/2"H, 2"H domed lid, 1 1/4"L helper handles
  • • Weight: 12 lbs. 6 oz.

Use and Care
Caring for your Lodge Cast Iron
  • • Properly cared for, your Lodge cast iron cookware will last for more than a lifetime.
  • • After cooking, clean the cookware with hot water and a stiff brush. Never use a harsh detergent, as it can remove the seasoning. Towel dry thoroughly.
  • • While the cookware is dry, but still warm from the hot water bath, wipe a light coat of vegetable oil or cooking spray on all surfaces.
  • • Store in a cool, dry place. Do not store lids on the pot or pan in order to allow air circulation.
  • • If you notice a metallic taste or see signs of rust, simply scour off the rust, wash the cookware with soap and hot water, dry thoroughly and re-season using the home seasoning instructions.

Home Seasoning Instructions
  • • Seasoning is the process of applying a thin coat of cooking oil to the entire surface of the cookware, then baking the oil onto the cookware creating a natural nonstick finish.
  • • Step 1: Preheat your oven to 350 F.
  • • Step 2: Wash the cookware (inside and out) with mild detergent using a stiff brush. Rinse and towel dry.
  • • Step 3: Spread or spray a thin coat of melted shortening or spray-on vegetable oil over the entire surface of the pan, including handle and exterior surfaces.
  • • Step 4: Lower both your oven racks to the two bottom positions. Line the lower rack with aluminum foil (to catch drippings), and place the cookware upside down on the middle rack of oven and bake for one hour. Turn the oven off and leave cookware in the oven until cool.
  • • Repeating the process will only further season the cookware, turning it darker and improving the appearance.