Easy to Spend $114 During 2014 Holidays with Lodge Cookware

 Slideshow_SoupFind out why a gift from the longest running iron forge company is a great investment for the gourmet chef in your life, and makes a great American Made holiday gift.

Patriot-Made Audio talks with Lodge Cookware’s director of PR and advertising Mark Kelly (listen to our latest Audio Interview)

Whether you enjoy cooking in a well-appointed kitchen, or cooking with open coals and an open fire, Lodge has got the perfect pan, pot or Dutch Oven.  This is an American company that’s exploded in popularity along with the explosion of gourmet chef, top chef, nasty chef tv shows.  The original is the best.  Review their cookware gift guide here.

Lodge recently Tweeted () that a dark chocolate-pecan skillet bread pudding would make a dreamy Christmas breakfast! Read more>

Patriot-Made Audio encourages holiday shoppers to spend $114.00 in 2014, on U.S. made products, to help create 200,000 jobs. Debra Grobman, co-founder of Patriot-Made Audio says, “If each person spends just $114.00 on U.S. made products and gifts, it could potentially create 200,000 jobs.  Gobman continues, “If the total amount of sales for the holiday season is spent only on U.S. made products which totals  more than $465 billion in sales, the National Retail Federation estimates. If that money was spent entirely on US made  products it would create 4.6 million jobs.

Rita Rich, an award winning story teller and co-founder of Patriot-Made Audio says, “It is our hope that we all can make a difference, by starting a new holiday tradition to support U.S. based jobs, grow middle America and our U.S. Economy.”


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