Cast Iron for Cooking

There is nothing like cooking with Cast Iron. Whether on a stove top, campstove, campfire and tripod, grill or something else, Cast Iron stays hot longer and heats very evening. I encourage you to season your Cast Iron monthly. To Season your Cast Iron wash and dry your cookware (I normally dry on a warm burner or campstove until dry) then coat with shortening, oil or lard. I wipe out the excess once done.

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  • Lodge Camp Dutch oven 4 QT 10″ Diameter
This Lodge Dutch Oven is great for cooking on the stove or in the oven as well as with a tripod, cook stove or whatever your using.
Makes a great roast, soups, and more.

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    $52.00 (Inc. Tax)
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    Lodge Camp Dutch oven 4 QT 10″ Diameter This Lodge Dutch Oven is great for cooking on the stov…

  • Lodge 6 Cup Muffin Pan:The Lodge muffin pan, made of cast iron for slow, even heating, ensures muffins come out hot with a lovely crust. It’s seasoned with vegetable oil for a natural, easy-release finish.

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    $18.86 (Inc. Tax)
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    Lodge 6 Cup Muffin Pan The Lodge muffin pan, made of cast iron for slow, even heating, ensures muffi…

  • Lodge Tripod

Lodge Tripod 4305″ legs With 24″ Chain The Lodge Tripod is perfect for hanging pans over the campfire and preparing your meals.

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    $32.44 (Inc. Tax)
    $32.44 (Ex. Tax)

      Lodge Tripod Lodge Tripod 4305″ legs With 24″ Chain The Lodge Tripod is perfect f…

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