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Lodge 5Qt Double Dutch Oven at Cost Plus WorldMarket for $21.98 + shipping (Free Pickup at store)

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World Market has the Lodge 5-Quart Double Dutch Oven for $21.98 + tax
-> (free pickup if available at your local store)
-> + Add shipping costs ($8.95 for me)
-> Free shipping for orders over $75


https://www.worldmarket.com/produ...sku=440552

EDIT: Was $27.48, now $24.73 now $21.98
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really HOT deal
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For my ignorant self, can you use dutch ovens on the stove top? Or only in the oven?
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5 years back when worldmarket had those double dip coupons, got this for $18 and it is still in it box - being vegetarian, not even sure what we can cook in it that the vessel make such huge differentiation.
Probably will have to flip it.....
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For my ignorant self, can you use dutch ovens on the stove top? Or only in the oven?
You can absolutely use them in both.

They are called Dutch Ovens not because they were used in the ovens, but rather because in the olden days they were the ovens. Since ovens were expensive and not everyone could afford one these were used to simulate the cooking in the oven. In fact some lids of certain models of cast iron Dutch Ovens have a lip that allows one to pile hot charcoal on top so that you have a heat source both from top and bottom. Just like in the oven. ApplausePeace

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5 years back when worldmarket had those double dip coupons, got this for $18 and it is still in it box - being vegetarian, not even sure what we can cook in it that the vessel make such huge differentiation.
Probably will have to flip it.....
In general I feel you. But here are some ideas.
1. Home made pop corn
2. No knead bread (look up online)
3. Deep fried anything (other than chicken LOLOL)
4. Pilafs
5. Also if you have a daughter or a wife they may benefit from cooking in these. This last point you'll have to verify, with Dr. Google Big Grin

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5 years back when worldmarket had those double dip coupons, got this for $18 and it is still in it box - being vegetarian, not even sure what we can cook in it that the vessel make such huge differentiation.
Probably will have to flip it.....
Definitely bread. I literally just purchased the Jcpenney deal to make bread in. Literally no other easily available cooking method can make crusty artisanal bread as easily as a Dutch oven.
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Definitely bread. I literally just purchased the Jcpenney deal to make bread in. Literally no other easily available cooking method can make crusty artisanal bread as easily as a Dutch oven.
I bought this very one to make no knead bread. I was tired of making my very expensive le creuset look like crap, so got this instead. I also find the lid useful as an extra skillet. Plus if you bake bread, you can bake in the oils all the time and get that thing seasoned.
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Bought one of these years ago. Was very handy for a number of dishes, but, I can confirm that if you eventually have the funds to upgrade to an enameled cast iron dutch oven, those will probably serve you better in the long run.

These days, my trusty black dutch oven is pretty much only used for baking bread. Nothing else can stand up to a 500 degree oven.
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Thanks OP! I was able to find one locally so I'll be adding this to my cast iron collection.
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I've been tempted to buy one of these for years! My wife and I were gifted a Le Creuset for our wedding and it is amazing. HOWEVER after looking at the price tag, and after resuscitation...this is an incredibly affordable alternative option. I don't think she'll let me take the Le Creuset into the woods for a camping trip. Besides, it's yellow, and not very camo/woodsey looking. All of the other campers would point and laugh.
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