A cast iron frying pan is called a "Dutch Oven" around the world. The name "Dutch Oven" refers to a production technique in which molten iron is poured into a sand mold. The Combekk range of pans tells a tough story of recycled train tracks as the main ingredient of the materials mix. In this way Combekk gives old train tracks a new lease of life. Cast iron is resistant to very high temperatures, making the pans ideal for cauterizing meat or fish. And nice to mention is that Combekk pans are still made in the Netherlands. A Dutch Oven from the Netherlands, as it should be!