milo dutch pot - 5.5 quarts, black

Classic
Dutch
Oven

517 reviews

A French-inspired enameled cast iron Dutch oven ideal for almost anything. Simmer stews, bake bread, slow-cook braises, or boil water. Designed for newcomers and pros. Guaranteed for life.

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Color
White
Black
Emerald Green
Size
Black and Emerald Green color options are currently in pre-order. Estimated Shipping: Early August 2020.
We Love Dishwashers

We Love Dishwashers

So do our pots. Glassy enamel cleans easily.

Oven-Safe To 500°

Oven-Safe To 500°

High heat is ok, so brown and bake on.

Lifetime Guarantee

Lifetime Guarantee

If it fails due to defect, it's on us. For life.

Naturally non-stick and easy to clean

Naturally non-stick and easy to clean

Naturally non-stick and easy to clean

A hundred-year investment in your food and kitchen

A hundred-year investment in your food and kitchen

From oven to table, for instantly chic serving

From oven to table, for instantly chic serving

From oven to table, for instantly chic serving

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4.9 Based on 517 Reviews
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07/11/2020
Noah
United States United States
Milo Dutch Oven

The dutch oven is really great. Super nice piece that does a great job

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06/29/2020
Ian
United States United States
Addendum - method to get white dutch oven pure white again without abrasive

I have enjoyed using the Milo occasionally, and my girlfriend uses hers often. We both have the white dutch oven. Hers has become off-white, especially after making beet soup. It had definitely turned red. So I set out to see if OxyClean would work, and I can happily say yes it does. I tried on mine with success, and after it worked like a charm on an oft-used one, I though I'd write a review here to help anyone that is looking for a solution. Take one scoop of OxyClean and put in the dutch oven when it is not hot. Add about 6 cups of boiling water. Stir until OxyClean is dissolved, which takes a couple of minutes. By this time, the bottom of the pot is spotless. You can heat on the stove, but it will bubble up, so don't put on high, and attend at all times. To clean the sides, keep adding boiling water until it's all the way to the top. Turn off the heat so it's not boiling, and let sit for 5 or 10 minutes. I did light motion with a plastic cleaning brush at the end once I poured water out to avoid spillage. Rinse A LOT. Oxyclean will make the pot slippery, and you need to keep rinsing until the pot is squeaky clean, inside and out. The pot will be glistening white. Hope this helps.

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06/26/2020
Maureen
United States United States
Great customer service; beautiful pot

The dutch oven is beautiful and makes terrific bread. I think my oven was pretty dirty because the pot got brown at 460 degrees. It wouldn't come off with dish soap and lots of soft scrubbing, so I used a little bar keepers friend and it wiped right off. Pot restored to gleaming new condition. What is most impressive though is that the reps are amazing. My pot got lost due to UPS delays and they kept answering me and following up. I don't think you can go wrong with this pot given the ethics of this company.