Field Company - Dutch Oven #8 - 15 Steps

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Field Company - Dutch Oven #8 - 15 Steps

Product Description

Meet the lightest, smoothest cast iron Dutch oven. Our No.8 Dutch Oven is factory seasoned for a naturally non-stick finish. It holds 4.5 quarts making it the perfect size for everyday baking, braising, and more. And at just 6.5 pounds, it’s easy to move from the stovetop to the oven or table.  Includes the Lid. Season

We are currently out of stock of this item, but it is available in our store. The No.10 Dutch Oven is a 7 quart, all-cast iron design made for

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Field Company Dutch Oven & No.8 Skillet Set The original and best-selling No.8 Field Skillet paired with the No.8 Dutch Oven, its 4.5-quart companion. The Dutch oven includes a 10¼” self-basting lid, which also fits the No.8 skillet. All products are cast iron, pre-seasoned for naturally non-stick performance. Made in USA. About Field Company The Field Skillet is a meticulously-designed smoother, lighter cast iron pan reminiscent of the best vintage American skillets.

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