The Lodge Logic 6-Quart Seasoned Camp Dutch Oven is ready for a heap of your finest cooking. This heavy-duty cast iron oven has a non-stick finish for easy cleaning; use hot water and a stiff brush, and avoid detergents. It is pre-seasoned with a special vegetable oil formula for immediate use. Lodge cast iron cookware is superior due to its heat retention and even heat distribution, and this Dutch oven features a wire bale handle and four integral legs perfect for cooking over an open fire. The flanged lid for hot coals may be inverted for use as a griddle, making this double-duty Dutch oven the perfect outdoor cooking tool. It measures 13.2L x 13.1W x 7.2D inches.
About Lodge Manufacturing Founded by Joseph Lodge in 1896, Lodge Manufacturing is the oldest family-owned cookware foundry in America and is a market leader in cast iron cookware. Nestled alongside the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains is the town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, where Lodge produces the finest cast iron cookware in the world. The company offers the most extensive selection of quality cast iron goods on the market, including skillets, Dutch ovens, camping cookware and more. Lodge is also an eco-responsible company, with programs to reduce hazardous waste, reuse foundry sand, establish new ponds for plant and animal life, and plant new trees on the Lodge campus.
Q: "would you please tell me the diameter size of your 6 and 8 quart camp dutch ovens"
A: Actually, it looks as if these ovens are the same diameter. It is just the depth that changes.
If you look at our site, and click on the attributes tab, it will give you the different measurements.
Q: "whats the best way to get cast iron pans ready for cooking"
A: This information is taken from Lodge Manufacturing's internet site:
Use & Care of your Natural Finish Lodge Cast Iron Cookware
Your new cookware will last a lifetime with proper care and seasoning. Seasoning is the process of allowing oil to be absorbed into the iron, which creates a natural non-stick, rustproof finish. It is actually a very simple process. Here's how to do it:
1. Wash new cookware with hot, soapy water and a stiff brush.
2. Rinse and dry completely.
3. Apply a thin coat of melted vegetable shortening (i.e. Crisco) to the entire surface (including lid if applicable), both inside and out.
4. Line the lower oven rack with aluminum foil (To catch any drippings), and preheat oven to 350° F.
5. Place cookware upside down on the upper oven rack, and bake for one hour.
6. Turn oven off and let cookware cool before removing from oven.
7. Store in a cool, dry place. If you have a lid for your utensil, place a folded paper towel between the lid and the utensil to allow air to circulate.
8. NEVER wash in dishwasher.
9. If your utensil develops a metallic smell or taste or shows signs of rust, never fear. Wash with soap and hot water, scour off rust, and reseason.
After use: Clean using a stiff brush and hot water only (do not wash in dishwasher). Towel dry immediately and apply a light coating of vegetable oil to cookware while still warm.
Q: "Can you put hot coals on top of this lid?"
A: Yes, Lodge has designed this lid with a higher ridge to accept hot coals to facilitate more universal cooking temperatures.
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Lodge Logic 6 Quart Seasoned Camp Dutch Oven
The Lodge Logic 6-Quart Seasoned Camp Dutch Oven is ready for a heap of your finest cooking. This heavy-duty cast iron oven has a non-stick finish for easy cleaning; use hot water and a stiff brush, and avoid detergents. It is pre-seasoned with a special vegetable oil formula for immediate use. Lodge cast iron cookware is superior due to its heat retention and even heat distribution, and this Dutch oven features a wire bale handle and four integral legs perfect for cooking over an open fire. The fl