6 Quart Camp Dutch Oven


Sku: L12CO3

The Lodge portable “camp stove” is the pot that does it all. The flanged lid holds hot coals and inverts for use as a griddle. The integral legs allow the oven to sit perfectly over hot coals.

Includes Camp Dutch Oven Cooking 101 cookbook.


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Anonymous commented on 01-Aug-2014 11:47 PM5 out of 5 stars
The Best Oven on the Market today
Jim. From CT commented on 26-May-2014 05:13 PM5 out of 5 stars
I am a seasoned cook at home and in the campgroud . I refuse to eat prepakaged or other assorted quick camp food. My work schedule is such that I don't get a lot of prep time at home. This weekend for my siblings get together I decide to do a pork loin roast. I have my Cajun seasoning mixture for pork, how to cook? At home easy, indirect heat and rotisserie in my Weber. I had to make a emergency trip for some supplies and lo and behold on the shelves of a Walmart (a store I usually only venture into when there is no other choice ) sits one of the 5 things other than food made In the USA at a Walmart... Is the 6qt camp oven. I do half bicep curl with this thing and am i on way. First time using this, cooked a perfect 5 lb pork loin rubbed with the seasoning mix, some chix stock and in 90 minutes we had us a feast.
Jesse commented on 29-Apr-2014 09:03 AM5 out of 5 stars
5 star
I got mine used and have used it many times. The 12 inch is the perfect size for a medium sized family (5) for dinner. They fit in the oven just fine as well as on top of briquettes for outdor cooking. Favorite dish is lasagna for the family, and is easy in this thing.
I have a 10 inch on the way for deserts.
Misty commented on 24-Apr-2014 10:28 PM1 out of 5 stars
Check Amazon prices!!!! $93 is far too much to pay. Too expensive. :/
R R commented on 14-May-2013 05:34 AM3 out of 5 stars
This is a rugged and beautiful piece of cookware. I purchased mine at Walmart, along with a couple of their pans.

Simple is best. Cooking with this Dutch is a dream. And this design will endure long beyond my camping days.

Thank you all for keeping this alive and made in the USA!
Michael commented on 17-Mar-2013 09:30 AM5 out of 5 stars
The standard size by which most cookbooks use in their recipes. Used these in scouting when I was younger and I use them still today.

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