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Bobby Flay™ 5-qt. Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Dutch Oven

Regular $69.99

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We love our products too! But unfortunately you can only purchase 5 of this product. Please try again!
We love our products too! But unfortunately you can only purchase 5 of this product. Please try again!
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This Bobby Flay cast-iron Dutch oven is perfect for braising and slow-cooking. Plus, it comes with a nonstick roasting rack for extra cooking versatility.


Limit 5 per household.


Product Features:

  • Sturdy cast-iron construction heats quickly and evenly.
  • Pre-seasoned surface helps protect pan.

What's Included:

  • 5-qt. Dutch oven
  • Nonstick roasting rack

Product Construction & Care:

  • Cast-iron
  • Oven safe to 500°F
  • Hand wash

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Rated 5 out of 5 by really like this I really am happy that I purchased this Dutch oven. I wish it were a little bigger but that's the only thing that I wasn't thrilled about. And that's my fault. I should have read the specs better. 01/23/2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cast Is Best I'm 57 ... Last kid of 7... Cast iron is all we had for our skillet. Mom always said... Never, Never wash it with soap... Wipe out, boil a little water in the bottom if you need too. Then re-oil.... Everyone like's good pot roast... No Teflon in our house anymore... fumes at 400+ deg. you should not attempt to sear using it. Enjoy 12/18/2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by I much prefer this over enamel cast iron I got this for a gift last year and I really like it. In fact, I gave away a high end enamel Dutch oven since it was just taking up space. Of course, cast iron does require more care than pots that can be thrown in the dishwasher. Even though this Dutch oven is pre-seasoned, it still should still be lightly oiled after it has been cleaned and thoroughly dried. This will eliminate any problem with rusting. The best way I found to clean the pot is to wipe out all residue then boil clear water it in and rinse. After it thoroughly dries (towel dry and 30-60 seconds of heat), lightly oil it with a clean paper towel with vegetable oil before storing it. Then the next time you need it, it's ready for cooking. 11/28/2013
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