Camp Chef Deluxe 6-Quart Dutch Oven

Priced: $56.26 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Traditional cast iron pots pale in comparison to the hefty Camp Chef Deluxe 6-Quart Dutch Oven. Drop crisp or cobbler ingredients inside this pre-seasoned dutch oven, load some coals on top of the reversible lid (which flips over for use as a skillet), and soon you'll have a dutch full of delicious viddles. Champ Chef detailed the lid with a Yosemite National Park Commemorative cast for an added touch of campy goodness.
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This Dutch oven comes pre-seasoned which is great for anyone that wants to take it out right after you buy it and get to cooking. I have a large 16 inch made by Lodge but decided to go with Camp Chef for my smaller one to compare. I have to say I believe these Camp Chef Dutch Ovens are built a little better and also come with a handy lid tool. Having the lid double as a skillet is also brilliant.

JibHead at Backcountry.com on 07/05/2012

This is a great dutch oven, I got the 10 inch size and it's perfect for my husband and me. Great quality, not too heavy, it comes with a lid lifter, which is greatly convenient. Made some awesome breakfast casserole, only took about 15 minutes and it cooked evenly and it was delicious!

jessica mcferran at Backcountry.com on 07/10/2013

Seems to work great for me. Love the dual use of the lid. Came pre-seasoned so I could cook right out of the box. Love the yosemite art on the lid too. Seems like a great quality product. Big enough to feed me and my family of 4.

Thomas Bloess at Backcountry.com on 04/26/2013