Wanna hear something crazy? Dutch ovens were invented using Dutch iron-casting methods, but for the last 50 years, they weren’t actually, well, Dutch-made. That is, until recently, when the founder of Combekk brought the tradition back home. Today, Combekk is the only manufacturer of Dutch cast iron producing their full line in the Netherlands. They use a special forge and 100% recycled materials (yep, you could be cooking on old railway ties, bridges, or bicycles) to make the kind of quality cookware that’s meant to be handed down.