Color Enamel Dutch Oven

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Sku: EC6D43

A Lodge Color 6-quart Dutch Oven is an amazing compliment to any season, with home cooks creating soups and stews, or buttery cobblers.

$115.00

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Anonymous commented on 14-Oct-2014 03:40 PM2 out of 5 stars
I bought mine, I don't know how long ago and I LOVE IT. I have a small problem though, I was making a pot roast on Sunday and I was supposed to turn down the heat and never did, the bottom of the pot burned really bad. I was able to get most of the burned stuff off but there is a little bit left that doesn't want to come off. I was wondering if anyone has any advice how to get it off. Thanks.
Debra Torchia commented on 01-Sep-2014 09:55 AM3 out of 5 stars
It appears that you will find it hard to buy an enameled cast iron Dutch oven that is made in the USA. According to LODGE on this web site, they could not find any US company to cover their cast iron in the brightly colored enamel that is so popular. So... if you find one that is completely made in the USA spread the word. I guess some things are just not possible anymore. So, after reading all your reviews I will be buying LODGE as this is as close as I can get to made in the USA. Thanks everyone.
Jim LoBretto commented on 27-Jun-2014 07:24 AM3 out of 5 stars
I would rather pay more that buy anything from China. I have requested Lodge products for my upcoming birthday but only non China. I expect to get at least 4 items. I am happy to pay your price for made in America. All of my cooking products are being replaced with your made in America products.
Anonymous commented on 22-Mar-2014 05:09 PM1 out of 5 stars
Another junk made in China!!!! Greed backfires once again! I refuse to buy anything that is made in China.
Cindy commented on 03-Feb-2014 01:35 PM1 out of 5 stars
While browning meat for chili, a large section of the porcelain exploded and went everywhere. Sounded like a 22 rifle went off. I am just glad that I had turned to get a can of tomatoes to add to the pot. Otherwise, I would have been looking right down and would probably have gotten it all in my eyes.
Ruined our $10 worth of ground sirloin and our Super Bowl dinner.
Not to mention the pecan brittle that was sitting on the counter also.
David Meyer commented on 04-Jan-2014 05:45 PM3 out of 5 stars
Enamel is coming off. I bought this 2-3 years ago at Target. Had to return it because porcelain was coming off. The second one was no better. Should have returned the replacement, but I kept using it. Now every time I use it I am remaindered of the poor quality of this utensil. It's really a shame because I have always liked Lodge. Just inexcusable to have this poor quality
Anonymous commented on 14-Sep-2013 12:49 AM5 out of 5 stars
LOVE this pot. I've used it to bake bread, make casseroles, soups, fry things, cook jam...you name it! We use this almost every day and it cooks beautifully!! We had one small problem, but customer service was excellent and took care of it quickly and easily. Great product, great company. Would recommend it to all my friends.
Anonymous commented on 11-May-2013 01:27 AM4 out of 5 stars
Not sure why several commenters insist that this is made in the US. Per Lodge, from the FAQ on this very web site, all Lodge plain cast iron is made in the US, but all enameled cast iron is made in China (to Lodge's specifications and under their supervision). That doesn't automatically make it bad, though I also would prefer if it were made here.
Kevin commented on 04-Apr-2013 06:56 AM5 out of 5 stars
Great Product! Also to address the "Chinese" comment, Lodge is all US made and incedibly high quality. I've cooked almost anything you can imagine in my Enamel Dutch Oven and nothing has changed with it. I have used it evey week for the past year and it is in immaculate condition! So easy to use and clean, will only buy Lodge from now on.
Steve commented on 30-Dec-2012 09:29 AM5 out of 5 stars
Our Dutch Oven has worked very well. Ours says it is manufactured in Pennsylvania. It looks like someone wants people to think that they are made in China. These aren't. You might have bought a chinese knockoff and that is your fault or you just didn't know how to cook with it.
mary commented on 02-Dec-2012 07:58 PM3 out of 5 stars
love it, my favorite dish , can cook anything in it and cleans up easily
Anonymous commented on 09-Nov-2012 10:30 AM3 out of 5 stars
Almost bought one... won't buy Chinese iron though...
Anonymous commented on 24-Oct-2012 06:32 PM1 out of 5 stars
Chinese junk. Porcelain started coming off in less than 10 batches of jam.

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