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Dutch Oven From Plow and Hearth

Hi Neighbors!

Oh, fall weather really makes my family long for warm soups, chili and stews.  So, when I was given the chance to review a product from Plow and Hearth, I chose their Hand Forged Cast Iron Dutch Oven.  It is 4 quart.  I was going to link to the item, but it is not available right now.

We are also going to try cornbread soon!  And we are trying meatloaf today.  I can't wait to try some other baking.

I had to season the Dutch Oven before we could use it.  First we had to scrub it with steel wool to remove the lacquer that has been applied to prevent rust during shipping.  then you apply a thin coat of cooking oil  and place it in your oven at 350 for 30 minutes.  You then need to repeat the process.  You are then only supposed to hand wash and dry thoroughly after use to keep your pan from rusting.  DO NOT put in a dishwasher.  I will warn you had to open the windows while seasoning the pan.

Plow and Hearth is one of my favorite sites to visit and browse for gift ideas.  They have items for inside and outside of your home.  As many of you know, I presently have several items from Plow and Hearth decorating our deck out back!  So  when you start searching for gifts be sure to stop by Plow and Hearth and check out their sister stores also.

About the Company:
Plow & Hearth is a trusted national catalog, retail, and internet company specializing in unique, enduring home and lifestyle products that are quality-built and guaranteed to meet our customer's expectations. 

What began as a small retail store in Madison, Virginia, in 1980 has grown to include our flagship brand, Plow & Hearth®, plus two others that have joined our family during the past quarter century. Plow & Hearth offers unique, high-quality products for home, hearth, yard and garden. Problem Solvers® provides practical solutions for everyday living. Wind & Weather® offers a complete selection of indoor and outdoor weather-related instruments and gifts, plus elegant home and garden ornaments. The Plow & Hearth family of brands also has a growing list of retail stores.

Have you visited their site before?  Maybe created a wish list?  Well, here is your opportunity to get an item you have been longing for.  Plow and Hearth is giving one neighbor a $50 GC.  don't be selfish though, be sure and share this giveaway with others.

Thanks for visiting and please stop by again soon for another visit.  See you soon, At the Fence!

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive product for review purposes.  All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's email or website.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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karenmed409 said…
Wow, that is a nice dutch oven. I would purchase Set of 2, Powder-Coated Steel Sideboard Stools with Kempas Wood Surfaces, big sale on them.
latanya t said…
Safe And Easy Guillotine Bagel Slicer With Serrated Blade
Nancy said…
PLow and Hearth has a lovely Personalized Wedding Crock that would make a great gift for yourself or someone dear!

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Patricia N said…
I'd love to have one of the Squirrel Proof Globe-Style Thistle Seed Bird Feeders
Unknown said…
I would put it towards a

USA-Made Kindling Box With Pine Cone what a cute way to store wood for the fireplace.
Unknown said…
I would put the money towards

USA-Made Kindling Box With Pine Cones. It would come in handy.
andrea v said…
I like theClassic Glass Teapot And Handpicked Green Tea Flowers

I've always wanted a cute teapot
kellyr78 said…
I would purchase the Cozy Comfort Micro Velour Blanket
Darlene said…
What I would love to get if I won is 2 Apple Peelers - on for myself and one for my son.
Unknown said…
I have heard that using cast iron is good for you. I never knew the name of it, I just called it a pot but I use one all the time it was my Grams. It is wonderful for chlli.
I like their Star Box Lanterns.
Rusthawk said…
I like the Birdhouse With Patriotic Bunting from the garden selection.
Unknown said…
I would love this as I need a few new ornaments for Christmas and I love mobiles. 53213Angel Solar Mobile
neoh42f said…
I may use it towards holiday decorations!
Jessica said…
I would love to get the Hand-Hammered Copper Finish Dancing Bears Bucket with 5 Lbs. of Fatwood. After the stuff that comes with it is gone, I think it would be really cute to store our firestarters in. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!
LauraJJ said…
Oh I really love the Set Of 2 Solar Oversized Hanging Ornaments! So cute for the holidays!
I would get a pair ofWomen's BEARPAW® Sheepskin and Wool-Blend Loki Slippers

Ladyblueeyez1960 (at)(aol)(dot)(com)
Cori Westphal said…
I'd LOVE to get the Natural Spectrum® Daylight Desk Lamp!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
Anonymous said…
I would love to pick up the Root Vegetable Baskets, Set of Two.
michedt said…
I'll probably get the Glass Mosaic Frog Table With Scrolled Iron Base.
Michelle Tucker
lmurley2000 said…
I love the Snowman Glass Lantern

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