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Dutch Oven for cooking - lovely22 - 04-25-2018

A dutch oven is a thick-walled cooking pot with a tight-fitting cover.  Does anyone here using dutch oven for cooking?

RE: Dutch Oven for cooking - Harborwitch - 04-27-2018

Thank you for your question.  I still used a dutch oven when I want to do a slow, traditional braise or chili.

RE: Dutch Oven for cooking - Mare749 - 04-28-2018

I have a Lodge cast iron dutch oven that is over 40 years old, seasoned perfectly and still use it regularly. Love it!

RE: Dutch Oven for cooking - Harborwitch - 04-29-2018

I used to have one of those . . . sadly my ex got custody of it!  It was awesome.  Sigh!  I kinda wish I had it now since it would work on my induction burner.

RE: Dutch Oven for cooking - Mare749 - 05-02-2018

That's too bad, Sharon. It's one of my most cherished pieces. Wink

FYI, you can still buy them. I got one for my daughter a few years ago. They are a bit different now, and have some kind of so-called seasoning on them, but you still have to do your own seasoning for them to eventually become non-stick. In the cold weather, Ron loves to use a well seasoned cast iron skillet to cook a steak. He has it down to a science.