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    Quote Originally Posted by ajhuff View Post
    Lodge enameled ware is made in China, just so you know.

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    Dang. I had no idea.

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    I made a great pork chili verde yesterday in my LC 3.5 (I really do need to get a bigger pot but for one person it's more then enough). Put it on top of some cilantro rice on corn tortillas, better then anything I've had at any Mexican restaurants.

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    I'm going to go ahead and get him the 6.5 qt pot from Costco. I might end up grabbing one for me as well.

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    I keep reading that Costco as Copco for some reason. Someday I hope to get my parent's Copco set. Made in Denmark. Quite heavy duty. White enamel interior, blue exterior. They are still around I think though I have no idea how the quality compares to my parents 45 year old, could be better could be worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    I'm going to go ahead and get him the 6.5 qt pot from Costco. I might end up grabbing one for me as well.
    I picked up the dutch oven for my dad. Seems well made, but definitely thinner than my Lodge bare cast iron and it feels lighter than the cheap-o $30 enameled dutch oven I bought from World Market. Overall it seems like a good value.

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