I wouldn't have known about the Tramontina Dutch oven if it hadn't been for America's Test Kitchen, which recently rated Dutch ovens under $100. I needed a Dutch oven for soups, stews and curries, but couldn't afford Le Creuset. The French cookware maker is the Gold Standard, no question, but I couldn't afford the almost $300 price tag. So I was interested in the ATK's assessment, which ranked the Tramontina tops -- and attributed its affordable price to its country of origin: China. I Googled the company, read about the product, then shopped online. Amazon.com wanted $59. Walmart's price was $34. With tax and shipping my gorgeous new Dutch oven was $42.12. It's a beauty -- it's heavy, the finish is perfect, the lid fits as it should and, since I don't have cupboard space big enough for it, it sits on top of my stove … a place of honor. This was my first-ever Walmart purchase and I'm thrilled with it.
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