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Bayou Classic 7406, 6-Qt. Cast Iron Soup Pot with Cast Iron Lid

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  • 6-quart cast iron soup pot with cast iron lid
  • Rounded interior
  • Made from heavy-duty, rough and rugged cast iron
  • Flat bottom exterior
  • Dimensions 8.25-inches in height by 11-inches in width by 11-inches in length
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Material Cast Iron Cast Iron Cast Iron iron
Item Weight 21 pounds 34.9 pounds 47.98 pounds 39.5 pounds
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Product Description

Size: 6 quarts

Bayou Classic cast iron cookware is made heavy-duty, rough and rugged. The 6-qt. soup pot with lid is ideal for slow cooking stews, gumbo, and chili.

Product Details

Size: 6 quarts
  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 11 x 8.2 inches ; 21 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000VXKJSY
  • Item model number: 7406
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,667 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Size: 6 quarts Verified Purchase
This thing is awesome. I had to write a review to try and counter all the negative ones. First off, this pot is lightly seasoned from the factory, but nothing I would trust on faith, but then again I even re season my lodge cookware. Yes it is heavy, not nearly 30lbs as one review had said. Its cast iron, cast iron is heavy.
I have no problems with rust or sticking, but that's because (no offense to anyone else) I know how to season iron. Use corn oil and burn and I mean to a crisp, some onions on very high heat. Not once, not twice but three times at least.
The magic of cast iron is that it is pitted, these pits catch small pieces of food and char them, this carbon char creates a non stick surface that gets thicker and better with age, that's why you dont wash cast iron cookware with soap.
It takes some getting used to, but this pot is amazing. Especially for the low price. No offense to anyone who wrote a negative review, but the only reason I could see that somebody didnt love this product is that they are too naive to the ways of cast iron. I recommend this pot very highly and will be buying another one to leave in my camper.
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Size: 6 quarts Verified Purchase
The ad states rough and rugged. What a dummy, I though they meant the quality, not the finish. There was three casting blobs of metal around the top that I spent 45 minutes fileing so the top would come close to closing. I washed with hot water and soap. No help in removing the heavy wax coating. God only knows whats in the Chinese wax, they don't mind using all sorts of poisons in the toys and products they ship to America. I then filled with water and boiled it, followed by another cleaning with soap and water. I then coated with shortning and baked for an hour at 300. A day later I was making a stew and as the meat was simmering I removed the lid. The condesation from the cover dripped on the stove. It was BLACK!! I wiped the inside of the pot above the simmering broth and the paper towel was Black. I have used and owned cast iron for over 35 years. I own over 25 piece's as I do a lot of large scale camp cooking over every type of heating source and have never had this problem. I only own a few pieces of cheap Chinese cast iron but have never run into this problem in the past. It cost me one large dinner already. One other reviewer had the right idea. Use this pot only for some weeds sticking out. Unless you have iron poor blood I would not recomended using this for food.
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Size: 6 quarts Verified Purchase
The pot looked fine on arrival and it claimed to be pre-seasoned so I tried boiling water in on our induction stove to make spaghetti. I quickly became disappointed when the water in the pot turned rusty brown. I called the 800 number on the box and the rep said I should season it again. I did, but the water continues turning rusty brown no matter how many times I rub bacon grease on it. But the Amazon price was low and shipping as free (would not be on return) so now it's just an ornament
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Somehow I forgot how my mom used to cook and what she used to cook with and got caught up in the hype of teflon and stone coated flimsy ware pots and pans. None of those coatings lasted or came with so many instructions hidden in the manuals (how many people realize that non-stick pans should not used above low-medium heat, or not to use Pam on them?) that we ended up retiring those (300$ and up) sets within 2 years after buying.
We them progressed to stainless steel high end French cookware, Problem was that everything stuck to that and they became unsightly quickly. So that 550$ set went the way of the salvation army.
Then my mom gave us this magical big black 40 year old cast iron pot that she had used to cook for the family. And to our surprise, when simmering meat or evening abusing it to make pan cakes: nothing stuck to it. This became our defacto ACME pot for everything.
Fast forward: since we wanted a complete kitchen and love cooking, we started adding to the cast iron cook ware. Most of the items we bought on Amazon from the American made Lodge brand and we LOVE LOVE LOVE those. Whether its the pizza plate, the wok or skillets or the grill or larger cook pots.
HOWEVER, we could not find a Lodge made soup pot that was narrow and deep like this one and based on the photo we decided to order. Based on some unused credits we had on another website we strayed and bought it there. Price on Amazon is the best out there at time of writing this but with my credit it made sense to buy there.

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I know that people think that all cast iron is alike and I don't believe that. The finish of the pot is notably rougher on the surface than anything Lodge that we own.
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By Tosh on April 6, 2014
Size: 6 quarts Verified Purchase
I can see why some would say that this pot is rough. When I unpacked it, it was in its natural state and did seem in a few places to be a little rough. I immediately scrubbed it out with a brush in a sink full of hot soapy water and applied a coating all over of Crisco and baked it in the oven at 300F degrees. I did that twice. The instructions say to do it two or three times. It came out nice and black. I didn't notice any more roughness.

The next day I cooked a homemade beef and vegetable soup in it that came out great. I noticed that I didn't have to use as high a heat as my stainless soup pot and it cooked a lot quicker. I hope to use this pot at least once a week. Hopefully more.
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