Modern Cast Iron Covered Oval Casserole, 5.5QT
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We love a good cast-iron dish, especially one this smooth and sleek. It almost looks like porcelain! But that cast-iron goodness is there, alright: Steady, even heat distribution (hello, braises) and long-lasting durability. The heavy lid locks in moisture and small bumps on the interior help direct evaporating juices right back onto your food—think long, slow simmers saturated with flavor. Feeling inspired yet? Try it out with a recipe like this braised Moroccan chicken and olives.
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