Lodge Logic 8-Quart Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Camp Dutch Oven

Average User Rating:
5/5,
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Price:
$60.72
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  • Seasoned and ready to use. This 8 quart portable "camp stove" is the pot that does it all. Flanged lid for hot coals inverts for use as griddle. Integral legs on oven for campfire and fireplace cooking. 12 inch diameter, 5 inch deep
  • Binding:
    Kitchen
    Brand:
    Lodge
    EAN:
    0075536381251
    Feature:
    Measures 12 by 12 by 5 inches; lifetime warranty
    Is Autographed:
    0
    Is Memorabilia:
    0
    Height:
    5.5 inches
    Length:
    12 inches
    Weight:
    20 pounds
    Width:
    12 inches
    Label:
    Lodge Logic
    List Price:
    $76.99
    Manufacturer:
    Lodge Logic
    Model:
    L12DCO3
    MPN:
    L12DCO3
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Product Group:
    Kitchen
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_KITCHEN
    Publisher:
    Lodge Logic
    Studio:
    Lodge Logic
    Title:
    Lodge Logic 8-Quart Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Camp Dutch Oven
    UPC:
    075536381251
    Material Type:
    cast-iron
    Material Type Set Element:
    cast-iron

Recent User Reviews

  1. hudl
    5/5,
    "Lodge 8-Quart Cast Iron Camp Dutch Oven"
    Value:
    5/5,
    Quality:
    5/5,
    Durability:
    5/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Jun 1, 2009
    Purchase Price:
    65.00
    Pros - Durable, even heat, does things you can't do in an indoor kitchen
    Cons - Heavy, Don't clean it with soap
    The cast iron gains and retains heat well from coals spread above (on the lid) and below (under the oven) easily.  I typically have two beds of coals going so that when one starts to die down underneath the oven, I just move the oven on top of the other bed of coals and stack fresh charcoal to replenish the used bed.

    Depending on what you cook, you can feed 8-12 people with this large 8 qt. dutch oven. If you cook a one-pot meal, you only have to clean the oven itself, the lid and whatever other tools you use to cook (tongs, spatula, etc.) when you're finished.  That's a huge plus when you're outside with limited light, limited water sources and want to make things less complicated (no need for soap). 

    If you typically cook for 4-6 (8 max), I'd look at the 6 quart oven - a more standard size.  If you tend to cook one-pot meals for larger groups though, I'd definitely get the 8 quart.

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