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1. Lodge Logic 12-Inch Pre-Seasoned
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2. Lodge Logic 3-Quart Pre-Seasoned
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3. Lodge Logic 10-1/4-Inch Pre-Seasoned
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4. Lodge 12-Inch Cast Iron Skillet
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5. Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron
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6. Lodge Logic, L14SK3, Pre-Seasoned
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7. Lodge 15-1/4-Inch Skillet with
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8. Lodge Logic 10-Inch Seasoned Cast-Iron
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9. Lodge Logic, L17SK3, Pre-Seasoned
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10. Lodge 13-1/4-Inch Cast Iron Skillet
11. Cast Iron Fry Pans
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12. Lodge Pro-Logic Pres-Seasoned
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13. Lodge Cast Iron 10-1/4-Inch Skillet
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14. Lodge Logic 10-Inch Chef's Skillet
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16. Lodge Cast Iron Eight-Section
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17. Lodge Logic Cornstick Pan
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19. Lodge 8-Inch Skillet
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20. Lodge Logic, L8CB3, Pre-Seasoned

1. Lodge Logic 12-Inch Pre-Seasoned Skillet
list price: $24.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00006JSUB
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 113
Average Customer Review: 4.95 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Pancakes, eggs, and bacon somehow taste extra hearty whencooked in a heavy cast-iron skillet. Cast iron creates superior heatretention, heats evenly, and loves a campfire, unlike flimsier pans.Fry up a mess of catfish, roast a chicken, or bake an apple crisp inthis generous 12-inch pan that features two handles for heavy lifting,and two subtle side lips for pouring. While the skillet comespreseasoned to prevent food from sticking, it works best when sprayedor lightly coated with vegetable oil before use. Whether used in akitchen or camp, this virtually indestructible pan should last forgenerations.--Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Heirloom pan for kitchen or camping
  • Pre-seasoned heavy cast-iron skillet
  • Superior heat retention and even cooking
  • Two handles for heavy lifting
  • 12 inches in diameter, 2 inches deep

Reviews (21)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great skillet
I grew up using cast iron and as an adult in my own home did not have any cast iron pieces. Once I saw the pre-seasoned items here I decided to try them. I have been very pleased with this skillet, especially with the two handles. Cast iron is heavy and it's great having that other little handle to grab. Cooks like a dream and is easy to clean. Soak with some hot water (remember no soap!) and give it a light coating of oil once dry. I own the 10 1/4 skillet and had to have this one too!

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding, dont let the low price fool you!
Let me start by saying we have a kitchen full of 20+ pieces of Calphalon Hard Annodized Commercial cookware. I was always of the opinion that quality cookware carried a price that was justified by the performace of the cookware. So I thought if I wanted cast iron I should look at LeCreuset... wrong! Lodge blew that theory out the window! I can't express how well this simple pan works. Let it get hot and it will hold the temp like nothing else, oven to cooktop. I finally decided to get a good cast iron skillet after hearing Alton Brown (Host of Good Eats - ...- TV Food Network - ...) rave about cast iron for the last few years. He steared me to Lodge, Lodge's web site (lodgemgf.com) told me about the pre-seasoned "Logic" line. This stuff makes cast iron simple. No messing around with seasoning a new pan. Simple care instructions. And clear instructions to reseason should the need occur. At the price these pans sell, there is no excuse to not have one, (or more) in your kitchen. It will soon become your favorite pan. I bought a 5 quart Lodge Logic Dutch Oven at the same time and it is fantastic as well!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Multipurpose Pan
This pan is great! The pre-seasoning takes all the guess work out of cast iron. Nothing tastes like biscuits baked on a cast iron skillet...they rise perfectly and are crispy on bottom and flaky throughout. Yum! Bacon also cooks up much better on cast iron. Great pan for a great price!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Quality
I own several Lodge cast iron products and use them everyday. I have 3 teeneage boys that enjoy cooking, and after they destroyed a few teflon coated pans, I decided I would go heavy into cast iron. These pans are indestructible. You can use them in the oven or stovetop, and if you keep it seasoned properly food will not stick. Also, to avoid sticking problems, you may want to remember to allow the pan to get hot before applying oil or food.

As to seasoning, the Logic line now comes preseasoned. But don't make a big deal about this. To season a cast iron skillet simply coat it lightly with oil and bake it for a half hour or so. I have also seasoned these skillets on the stovetop. Cast iron is also great because it does not easily scrap like stainless steel and aluminum pots. Aluminum pans are painful to me, as my teeth fillings react to the aluminum. With cast iron, you won't have this problem. I also take my Lodge pan camping and set it right over the coals to cook. No melted handles or scorched bottoms to mess with.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Staple Cookware Item of Any True Cook
This should be the first item purchased by beginners, to chef's. You cannot duplicate the heat dispersment qualities of a cast iron skillet. From cornbread to crepes to steaks, this skillet can do it all. This is called by the company a "heirloom" cookware item, and this not an overstatement or stretch of the truth. Families have fought over who gets items like this when grandma passes. It's utterly foolish not to purchase one of these skillets at the price and with free shipping, if you have to cook, or love to cook. This will be easily the best purchase you make in your kitchen. ... Read more


2. Lodge Logic 3-Quart Pre-Seasoned Chicken Fryer
list price: $49.99
our price: $17.95
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Asin: B00006JSUE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 519
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Relive the vivid pleasure of childhood camping meals with this3-quart cast-iron fryer with domed lid. Cast iron creates superior heatretention, heats evenly, and loves a campfire, unlike flimsier pans.Perfect for frying chicken, roasting potatoes, or baking cornbread,this 10-1/4-inch pan features tips on the underside of the lid thatallow condensing liquids to drip and moisten the contents. While theskillet comes preseasoned to prevent food from sticking, it works bestwhen sprayed or lightly coated with vegetable oil before use. Whetherused in a kitchen or camp, this virtually indestructible pan shouldlast for generations. --Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Small handle opposite larger one
  • Heavy cast-iron for superior heat retention
  • Tips on underside of lid allow condensing liquid to moisten food
  • Pre-seasoned for nonstick finish
  • 3-quart, 10-1/4-inch diameter, 4 inches deep

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Bargain of bargains
This big hunk of iron is one of the greatest things in my kitchen. It's great for frying chicken (as you might expect). But it's also wonderful for frying anything else you can imagine (it never lets me down with catfish), making pralines, cooking cornbread, making a mess of jambalaya, any sort of soup that strikes your fancy, or, well, you get the point.

Care is easy, easy, easy--especially if you re-season the skillet on a yearly basis.

You'll keep this pan for at least a decade--which means that you'll pro-rate the cost down to well under a penny a day. Can you beat that? No, really, if you can, I want to know about it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't go wrong with cast iron!
I've been gradually buying cast iron pieces to add to my cookware. I grew up using cast iron, but did not have any in my own kitchen as an adult. This is a really nice pan, great for frying chicken as the name suggests but is also handy for many other cooking applications. Love the nice high sides and cleans up great. Would recommend to anyone!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Staple Cookware Item of Any True Cook
I flat out love this fryer. I purchased it to replace one of those fancy electric deep fryers. By doing so, I've saved counter space, because this fryer sits on your stove and can be stored permanently on the back of your stove full of grease with the cover on it. It will heat grease fast, and because its cast iron there is an exceptional taste difference in everything you fry. Also, you can use it as a regular pot. If you are assembling just the basics or a dream kitchen, a cast iron Skillet, Grill, and Fryer are a must have. There is no replacement item, or substitute for certain things you cook.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must have!
Wish I had got this a long time back instead of spending a fortune on all those expensive non-sticks and all! This is a great buy esp with the pre seasoned coating its just awesome. Cleaning is very easy! Trust me ...I have a huge cast iron skillet, griddle and this one. So if it's not worth it I would let know rt away. I would certainly recommend the Lodge cookware to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful and Versatile!
I own three pieces of cast iron cookware, and this item is one of them... and among my favorite cooking implements, period. For dishes requiring steady, even heat and for cooks who require durable cookware with easy clean-up, cast iron CANNOT be beat!

This fryer is going to last forever. Its care is easy: I scrub it with hot water only, and dry it with an old rag and apply a thin layer of vegetable oil while the iron is still hot... a year and a half later, it's still rust-free and delivering the reliable service I have come to expect and admire. No scratches interfere with its performance, as is the case with my allegedly-long-lasting Wearever nonstick cookware set (what a waste of money THAT was!). In fact, in this particular chicken fryer, I've produced everything from french fries to spaghetti sauce to eggs and bacon to french toast! It's a dependable griddle, skillet, grill, and pot, and it goes right from the stovetop and into the oven for maximum versatility.

The best thing about the chicken fryer is its somewhat smaller circumference than the skillet or the Dutch oven. It takes up a bit less stovetop space and provides greater depth, making it ideal for small batches of soups, stews, or deep-fried goodies.

I am an avid home-chef, and I can say without exception that my cast-iron cookware is the best kitchen investment I've ever made. ... Read more


3. Lodge Logic 10-1/4-Inch Pre-Seasoned Skillet
list price: $9.99
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Asin: B00006JSUA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 1687
Average Customer Review: 4.91 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pre-seasoned to perfection
  • Cast iron makes for superior heat retention and even heating of foods
  • Properly cared for, Lodge cast iron will last for generations
  • 10-1/4-inch diameter, 2 inches deep

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Season an iron skillet
To season a cast iron skillet or any other cast iron utensil: 1. Wash and dry. 2. Heat pan until very hot and add a teaspoon of cooking oil. 3. Remove pan from heat and sprinkle a generous amount of table or kosher salt and spread around utensil. 4. Wipe out with paper towels. This is the correct method for seasoning and cleaning a cast iron utensil.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
I have 2 pieces of Lodge cast iron cookware. This one and the 12" un-preseasoned skillet which I conditioned myself. I have to add my voice to the chorus of cast iron admirers who don't know how they ever survived without their Lodges. I do about 80% of my cooking with one or the other. Steaks, burgers, any type of sauteed chicken recipe, stir-fry, fajitas, cornbread, bacon and eggs, pancakes, french toast, grilled cheese sandwiches, and on and on.

Cast iron's chief strength comes from its massiveness. It is basically a honkin' big hunk of iron formed into a cooking utensil. This large quantity of metal, once heated, will tend to evenly distribute its heat and stay hot no matter what you put into it. Futhermore, once properly conditioned (which Lodge has done for you here), they are almost as non-stick as teflon.

Unfortunately, cast iron is not without its faults. Its greatest strength may also be its greatest weakness in that it is significantly heavier than other types of cookware. This skillet weighs about 6 lbs. Imagine trying to pick that up, plus the weight of whatever you've cooked in it, with one oven-mitted hand so that you can use a spoon in the other hand to help maneuver your recipe into a serving dish or storage container! If you have weak hands or arthritis or any condition that limits your ability to pick up and manipulate heavy objects, it may not be a good choice for you.

Also, iron will rust if not maintained correctly. Lodge provides you with use and care instructions which are not complicated or difficult, but which you MUST follow to the letter. Read the instructions carefully when you get your pan. No dishwasher, no soap (just hot water and a stiff brush), dry quickly and coat with cooking oil.

I've read some reviews where folks are saying that you can't cook tomato-based or acidic products in cast iron. Though it may be true, I've never found an authoritative source to corroborate this and, in fact, Lodge's website (lodgemfg.com) offers recipes that contain tomatoes and acidic ingredients! I regularly put tomatoes, tomato sauce, wine, lemon juice, etc. in my cast iron and haven't seen any ill effects from doing so.

These pans are so inexpensive, it will cost you very little to give them a try. If you do, you'll be singing their praises with the rest of us!

5-0 out of 5 stars Can't go wrong with this skillet
I grew up using cast iron and as an adult in my own home did not have any cast iron pieces. Once I saw the pre-seasoned items here I decided to try them. I have been very pleased with this skillet, especially with the two handles. Cast iron is heavy and it's great having that other little handle to grab. Cooks like a dream and is easy to clean. Soak with some hot water (remember no soap!) and give it a light coating of oil once dry.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Southern Girl's Dream
I am new to the family of Lodge, but I definitely plan on staying around a while. I was hesitant that the quality of this pan would be poor after checking the price, but I must say I am pleasantly suprised. I bought this pan mainly to make cornbread in and though it is a little large it sure can make one heck of a good pan of cornbread. Growing up in the south I learned quick that cornbread that is actually worth eating must be made with a few simple ingredients: cornmeal, buttermilk, fatback grease, and most importantly, cast iron. Lodge makes the cookware a breeze to use since these pans are pre-seasoned. They're easy to take care of and fairly simple to clean up. I find that just filling it with piping hot water while the pan is still hot removes most of the residue. Anything else can be wiped out with a towel or a sponge, but NO soap. Then just spray with a little vegetable spray while it's still warm and you're all done. You can't ask for easier bakeware. The people at lodge craft their items in a small town in Tennessee. I'd like to think that southerners make the best cast iron, afterall you can't make good cornbread without it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for someone who doesn't do much cooking
I got this to try to make pancakes, and now I use it for virtually everything (pancakes, omelettes, stirfry, etc). Nothing sticks, and it's super-easy to use and clean. Probably one of my favorite pans, and uber-cheap. ... Read more


4. Lodge 12-Inch Cast Iron Skillet
list price: $19.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004S9H9
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 332
Average Customer Review: 4.79 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

There are certain dishes that absolutely require cast-iron cookware, and others that just simply taste better when made with it. Just try throwing an aluminum pot onto the campfire and watching the blisters form or sampling a hearty spoonful of jambalaya that wasn't made in a cast-iron kettle. Fancy alloys and coatings on other types of cookware are simply trying to emulate the innate qualities of properly seasoned cast iron: heat retention, even heat distribution, and a scratchproof nonstick surface that will never warp. Since 1896, Lodge has been steadily producing the world's most extensive selection of professional cast-iron cookware, lovingly poured one piece at a time. Cared for properly, these products will last for generations. --Dominic Johnson ... Read more

Features

  • Individually poured piece of cookware
  • Cast iron provides excellent heat retention
  • Good-sized: 12-inch diameter; 1-3/4 inches deep
  • Nonstick when seasoned for easier cooking
  • Cooking with cast iron supplements nutritional iron intake

Reviews (47)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great skillet - buy one!
I own two Lodge cast iron skillets... a 12-inch one, and a smaller one (6 or 8 inch?) I *adore* them. They are the only skillets I have, in fact; for any bigger jobs that a stock pot won't work for, I use my wok.

These skillets can be used for just about anything. Very even heat, dependable. I haven't tried to make crepes in them yet, but I suspect you could. On the stove or in the oven, they just rock. Keep them clean and well seasoned, and you'll have a fantastic tool for decades.

Even though the saying goes to never use tomatoes in a cast-iron pan, I have... and it's just fine as long as you don't cook the stuff too long, and clean your pan out well right away once you're done. Clean it out, brush it out with a paper towel to get off the excess moisture, then set it on the stove over heat until it's dry, that's all it needs. The cast iron skillets are wonderful, too.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Kitchen Essential
To be brief and to the point -- There is not substitute for the cast iron skillet in the kitchen. No other metal can buld and hold the heat that cast iron can.
This pan is good for just about anything except sauces. Use it to make breakfast, fantastic steaks, fried chicken and even cornbread. Lodge is the best and you can visit their website for more ideas and care instructions.
Speaking of care, it don't get easier. Simply wipe out with a paper towel. If you need to use water, use plain hot water - never soap. The more you use the pan the more nonstick it gets. Needless to say it will last a lifetime and then some.
I use mine so much I store it on the lower rack of my oven.

5-0 out of 5 stars You can't beat Lodge
This is a great product. Cast iron is admittedly rather heavy, but the weight and density of the metal is what makes it such a good cooking medium.

I use this cast iron skillet more often than I use most of my other pans, many of which I paid five to tens times as much for. I find that the chef's assist handle makes pan quite managable, and the pour spouts work quite well for draining.

To be honest, cast iron does require more upkeep than non cast iron. You have to be careful about seasoning the pan correctly (a process that takes two to three hours, but is not very labour intensive), and to keep it from sitting in water. But other than that, you have a pan that can last a lifetime.

Lodge now makes pre-seasoned pans. I've never used them largely because they seem to be ... more per pan. It seems exorbitant to pay ... extra for what is essentially a coating of shortening and a few hours in an oven. I recommend you get this pan and season it yourself. Use the extra [money] to buy one of the smaller Lodge products.

5-0 out of 5 stars Preseasoned is worth it
In contrast to the previous reviewer, I highly recommend the preseasoned pans. I own a preseasoned 12-inch skiller as well as a regular Lodge dutch oven which came unseasoned, but was seasoned by me before use.

The seasoning process of the preseasoned pans is NOT equivalent to that capable by the home oven. Seasoning at home with Crisco results in a pan with the color of caramelized sugar, whereas the preseasoned pans arrive pitch black. After 1.5 years of regular use and proper maintainence, the dutch oven is only now beginning to take on the black appearance and superior non-stick quality of the preseasoned skillet.

I will only purchase preseasoned cast iron if possible. The price is not much more at all, and sometimes it's even cheaper vs. the unseasoned version at Amazon.

4-0 out of 5 stars Better than Le Creuset at 1/5 the cost
Very pleasantly suprised w/ how well this works. It really is non-stick when properly handled. 1/2 tbsp of oil is enough for 2 servings of onions, ham & potatoes. (Haven't had the courage to fry eggs in it yet). This is the standard, right out of the mold version. It's so easy to season that I'm not sure the pre-seasoned version is worth the extra $2. It's massive enough that I can use a 12" skillet over the standard 8" electric burner and have the bottom uniformly hot.

Two things you need to learn about cast iron: 1. Turn the heat down. The thermal mass means you don't have to reheat the thing every time you add something to it. And 2. use oven mitts. Point 2 learned very quickly.

I also have the Le Creuset 10" skillet since 10" is all I could afford. Compairing the two: The Lodge is heavier than the LC so it's heat retention and distribution characteristics are better. 12" gives you room too work. It's made in America by American workers. And: it costs 1/5 as much. So experiment. If you ruin it, and that would take some doing, toss it out and get another. The cons: It's *slightly* harder to clean since you can't use soap. It's heavier. It needs a touch of oil or shortening to work properly.

Interesting questions for you food fascists out there: How much oil are we ingesting using cast iron cookware? When are you going to sue the skillet manufacturers for poisoning everyone? ("The Puritans didn't ban bear-baiting because it gave the animals pain but because it gave the audience pleasure") ... Read more


5. Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron 8-Inch Skillet
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00008GKDG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 2589
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Features

  • 8 by 1-3/4 inches; lifetime warranty
  • 8-inch pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet
  • Heavyweight cast iron provides even heat retention and distribution; no seasoning required
  • Integral cast-iron handle with hanging loop
  • Hand wash using a stiff brush and hot water only; oven safe to 500 degrees F

6. Lodge Logic, L14SK3, Pre-Seasoned 15 1/4" Cast Iron Skillet
list price: $56.00
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Asin: B00063RWUM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
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Features

  • PreSeasoned ready to use
  • Large capacity
  • 15.25" dia

7. Lodge 15-1/4-Inch Skillet with Assist Handle
list price: $32.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00005LVUX
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 1127
Average Customer Review: 4.86 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Chefs will tell you what your grandmother alreadyknew: nothing beats cast-iron cookware for durability,conductivity, even heat distribution, and value. Seasoncast iron properly and foods won't stick either--no needfor a synthetic nonstick coating that might peel or crack.Cast iron even adds iron to the nutritional content of ameal. Made by Lodge, one of the oldest and most trustednames in cast-iron cookware, this 15-1/4-inch skillet isperfect for frying a whole party's worth of chicken, ormaking home fries for the entire roster of the Green BayPackers. It's also really heavy. Luckily, there anextra handle on one side to help you lift the skillet andits contents--and if you haven't been training for thisparticular event, this still might be a difficult chore. Besure not to use dishwashing liquid on seasoned cast iron,and towel dry and coat with a light layer of oil afterwashing. Never leave cast iron sitting in water, because itwill rust. If you treat your cast-iron cookware properly,your own grandchildren will still be using it when thatfancy aluminum-alloy pan is long gone. --Mary Park ... Read more

Features

  • Extra handle aids in lifting heavy pans
  • Cast iron construction for superior durability and heat retention
  • 2 inches deep, 15-1/4 inches in diameter
  • Nonstick when seasoned; includes detailed seasoning instructions
  • Cooking with cast iron supplements nutritional iron intake

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Man is this thing BIG!
I ordered this skillet because my 12-inch only makes 2 burgers or pork chops at a time. No problem like that here! This skillet arrived less than one week after I ordered it (with free shipping). It made some really tasty fajitas the next day, after an easy 1 hour process of seasoning it.

The best way to clean it is right on the stove. Pour in a bit of water while the skillet is hot. Use tongs with paper towels or a dish towel to remove any stuck on bits from the bottom. If there are any left, pour in a little more water and repeat.

Then dry the pan and pour a little veg oil (I use shortening) in and rub into the entire skillet with a paper towel. Wipe off any excess. Once the pan is well-seasoned from many times cooking in it, I don't even oil the pan every time, just when it looks like it needs it. I always follow the number 1 commandment of cast iron though - don't leave any water hanging around inside, keep it DRY!

5-0 out of 5 stars Big heavy American style cooking!
This pan is awesome for American style cooking. Not for delicate or fancy foods, but a real tool for the kitchen. Excellent value for what you get, 14 LBS of American made iron. Perfect for fried chicken.

I can cook 3/4 pound of bacon in one shot in this thing. I am amazed how after seasoning (instructions included) this pan how non-stick it really is. Why do we need Teflon or Silverstone with great old fashion non-stick technology like this? All these LODGE pans are great, inexpensive, and made in the USA by Americans.

5-0 out of 5 stars Huge! Durable, and works fantastic.
Oh man! Now this is what I am talking about when I wanted a big skillet! I have two teenage boys that eat like a small army. I was looking for a skillet that was larger than my 12" Lodge cast iron(which I also just love). I saw this 15" and the 17" and decided to try the 15". Man this thing is just right! If your looking for a huge skillet this is the one! I love it.

Lodge does require seasoning, and a little different care. It is easy to season, and the care is pretty easy. The pan doesn't stick, and works very well. Very impressive and works far better than pans that I paid many times more than what I paid for this one. If your tired of buying pans that you have to replace every few years, handle with kid gloves, and could possibly even be dangerous to your family then look at the Lodge. I bought one pan and loved it, and now have added and are adding more. I won't look back. This stuff is the best and I will be buying more.

4-0 out of 5 stars Lodge at Amazon
Lodge items are great, but the delivery time on these items at Amazon is atrocious. My order from early October hasn't shipped as of early December, partly due to my having deleted an item from the order in early November. I had no idea that deleting an item would restart the over-a-month lead time on the whole order and nothing in the order changing process lets you know it or gives you the chance to "undo" the deletion..

Amazon has a great selection of Lodge products at great prices, but be prepared for a long wait and DON"T change the order.

5-0 out of 5 stars A must own for the gourmet kitchen or any one who just cooks
I agree with other reviews here. Cast Iron is simply the best way to cook a number of things. Its the most durable cookware you will ever own. It can not be destructed. It is also healthy as it makes the food cooked in it iron rich. Seasoned every six months or so, it retains non stick properties without any coating! It is simply amazing. The only thing you don't want to cook in it is anything containing tomatoes. Tomatoes react in the pan and get a weird taste. But everything else comes out really delicious. I specially love to use it for roasting vegetables - potatoes, okra, eggplant, zuchini etc. etc...If you have to cook or just like to cook like me, I highly, highly recommend this. ... Read more


8. Lodge Logic 10-Inch Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet with Assist Handle

our price: $11.99
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Asin: B0001DJVFG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 5222
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Features

  • 10-inch skillet; made of cast iron for superior heat retention
  • Pre-seasoned and ready to use
  • Convenient assist handle
  • Should be cleaned with a stiff brush and hot water; oven-safe
  • 2 inches deep

9. Lodge Logic, L17SK3, Pre-Seasoned 17" Cast Iron Skillet
list price: $77.00
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00063RWVG
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 72171
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Features

  • Loop side handles for easy storage, handling
  • Great for large gatherings
  • Seasoned ready to use

10. Lodge 13-1/4-Inch Cast Iron Skillet
list price: $0.00
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00004S9HA
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 16450
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

There are certain dishes that absolutely require cast-iron cookware, and others that just simply taste better when made with it. Just try throwing an aluminum pot onto the campfire and watching the blisters form or sampling a hearty spoonful of jambalaya that wasn't made in a cast-iron kettle. Fancy alloys and coatings on other types of cookware are simply trying to emulate the innate qualities of properly seasoned cast iron: heat retention, even heat distribution, and a scratchproof nonstick surface that will never warp. Since 1896, Lodge has been steadily producing the world's most extensive selection of professional cast-iron cookware, lovingly poured one piece at a time. Cared for properly, these products will last for generations. --Dominic Johnson ... Read more

Features

  • Made in the USA
  • 13-1/4-inch diameter; 1-3/4 inches deep
  • Nonstick when seasoned
  • Excellent heat retention
  • Cooking with cast iron supplements nutritional iron intake

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cast Iron: Heavy, Versatile and You'll Love It!
I like to cook in a variety of ways: stovetop, oven, grill and campfire. There is only one type of pan that answers the call under all of these conditions: cast iron. I have a set of high quality non-stick cookware that has served me well. BUT...you can't use metal utensils, place it in the oven and heaven forbid..put it on the grill. One of my colleagues gave me an old cast iron skillet a few years ago and it had that beautiful black patina characteristic of well-seasoned iron pans. I was hooked! I have greatly expanded my collection of cast iron pans, all from Lodge, and in spite of their weight, they consistently produce superior results. This pan is large and heavy but has no hot spots, thus heating uniformly. These pans require some special treatment: proper seasoning, NO SOAP and a thin wipe with shortening after each use, but you will have a pan that will be your culinary companion for life

5-0 out of 5 stars I can't believe I've waited this long
After all the fancy All-Clad pots I own, this one is becoming my new favorite. For some things like searing meat, only cast iron does such a fine job. The only thing I'd point out to buyers is that this pan is bigger than it looks. If I'd bothered to measure first, I would have gone with the 10 inch skillet instead of this one, but that's my own fault! This one is big and VERY heavy, but after seasoning it, it's awesome for cooking. Try a fajita or a nice seared steak!

5-0 out of 5 stars Should get 10 stars
As Grandmother and any great cook knows, cast iron is the best for cooking and this is not only a well priced item the fact it will last for years and is easy to cook in and clean up makes it a must own for any well stocked kitchen. Le Creuset and Lodge are the two brands of cooking items I own.

Interesting facts about cast iron. No, it doesn't have to rust when washed IF you remember to read the simple instructions on how to "season" or prepare for use, and if you rinse out and wipe clean after each use and NEVER use steel wool or any abrasive cleaner that will destroy the "seasoning" that you have made.

For frying chicken you simply need to make sure the skillet is hot and as the rule says "Hot oil Hot skillet food won't stick". The skillet like all cast iron holds and distributes the heat evenly and you get trace iron in your diet which is healthy because cast iron emits trace iron into the food you cook.

Heck we even lug this on back pack trips because we KNOW that it can be use to cook up anything we are having for a meal. You can do pancakes to stew in in, and it is nice because you can use it to hit a bad guy over the head if he tries to hurt you. (joking). Although I do advise if you use one often that you switch hands on occasion since this will build up muscles due to its weight.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best
I have been cooking on cast iron cookware for about 35 years,it is what I was taught to cook on. My Great aunt and MOM used only cast iron. I have about 30 different pieces most were handed down from them. It is the longest lasting of any cook ware made. Once it is seasoned I never wash with soap just plain steel wool and hot water,the into the oven set on 250degrees to dry and season more! IT IS THE BEST! ... Read more


11. Cast Iron Fry Pans

Asin: B0001XD7RY
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: LODGE MFG CO
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Product Description

Ideal pan for blackened foods. Cast iron surface reduces or even eliminates cooking oils. Easier to clean, even burned-on foods wipe away quickly. ... Read more

Features

  • Ideal pan for blackened foods
  • Cast iron surface reduces or even eliminates cooking oils
  • Easier to clean, even burned-on foods wipe away quickly

12. Lodge Pro-Logic Pres-Seasoned Cast-Iron 8-Inch Skillet

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Asin: B0001DJVF6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
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Features

  • 8 by 1-3/4 inches; lifetime warranty
  • 8-Inch pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet
  • Heavyweight cast iron provides even heat retention and distribution; no seasoning required
  • Integral ergonomic cast-iron handle
  • Hand wash using a stiff brush and hot water only; oven safe to 500 degrees F

13. Lodge Cast Iron 10-1/4-Inch Skillet
list price: $9.99
our price: $9.54
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Asin: B00006JSU8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 5062
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Pancakes, eggs, and bacon somehow taste extra hearty whencooked in a heavy cast-iron skillet. Cast iron creates superior heatretention, heats evenly, and loves a campfire, unlike flimsier pans.Fry up a mess of catfish, roast a chicken, or bake an apple crisp inthis 10-1/4-inch pan, which features two handles for heavy lifting, andtwo subtle side lips for pouring. To season the pan before use, apply athin coat of melted vegetable shortening inside and out, and bake forone hour. Whether used in a kitchen or camp, this virtuallyindestructible pan should last for generations.--Ann Bieri ... Read more

Features

  • Heirloom pan for kitchen or camping
  • Heavy cast-iron skillet perfect for frying, roasting, baking
  • Superior heat retention and even cooking
  • Two handles for heavy lifting
  • 10-1/4 inches in diameter, 2 inches deep

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars a pan that will grow old along with you
A little over a month ago I purchased this pan on sale at our local hardware store. Prior to the sale, I was a little reluctant to buy a cast iron pan but after seeing the dirt cheap price I thought, "What the heck, let's test run it!" Am I glad that I did!

I come from the younger generation that has become too used to and dependent (gullibly so) on anything that has within it's title/description the word: "convenient." As for non-stick pans being convenient, well I have noticed that the surface of non-stick pans tend to dull after a period of time, which I believe, in part, comes from the cleaning agents used in the dishwasher. When this occurs, you must resort to using some oil when frying thereafter and afterwards...still must swipe down prior to loading it in the dishwasher.
Then, after a period of time you will notice the Teflon slowly begining to peel. I can't help but think that peels of Teflon lost within your food mustn't be good for your health.
So, out goes your mid-priced to expensive pans and out you must go to purchase more.

Well, not this time, not for me...I opted to try the cast iron instead. I followed the directions to properly season the pan: light coat of Crisco, followed by baking it in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour. It came out nicely. Upon cooking foods, I need use only little oil to cook and clean up was/is a snap. No, I don't like washing by hand, however the benefits of this pan quickly outweighs this very minor "inconvenience." Again, I didn't have to use any 'elbow grease' to get it cleaned: a little water and a quick scrub with a vegetable brush always does the trick.

If after reading other reviews about cast iron pans; you are still finding yourself reluctant to purchase one, my advice is to gamble a few dollars on their smallest pan (egg pan) for which you should be able to find under 10 dollars. If you absolutely don't like it, you are not out much money. If however you do like it (and don't be surprised if you do!) not only will you: have a pan that will grow old right along with you but you will be happy to discover the true even heat/heat retention produced with these pans, you will be adding some Iron to your diet and in the long run you will be saving yourself quite abit of money. You may also discover that food seems to taste better when cooked with these pans, so says my taste buds anyway:)
An extra PRO for purchasing this size pan is that it makes for a great pie pan as well. The only CON I could find with this line of cookware is that the handle can become a little too hot to comfortably handle. A potholder solves this situation.

I'm sold on cast iron cookware and currently I have a cast iron pizza pan on order and will be ordering a larger Lodge pan as well. I will never go back to "non-stick" pans again.
There is a reason cast iron pans are still in production...they've truly withstood the test of time, unlike any other pan.

These pans are definitely worth a try, I doubt you will be sorry in doing so.
Best of luck to you and enjoy! ... Read more


14. Lodge Logic 10-Inch Chef's Skillet
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00008GKDJ
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Hand wash with soap and water
  • Cast-iron surface conducts heat better than any other material
  • Sloping sides makes pan ideal for making omelets or sautéing vegetables
  • Preseasoned to prevent food from sticking (though coating with oil or spray is recommended)
  • Surface grows more stick-resistant with use

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best!
This is such a great pan for omlets because of the sloped sides that allow you to slide underneath. This would be a great first peice of cast iron for someone new to using it because of the size and it is pre-seasoned. I use it all the time & it just keeps getting better! ... Read more


15. Lodge Logic, L8SQ3, Pre-Seasoned 10 1/2" Square Skillet
list price: $24.00
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Asin: B00063RWXE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 22469
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Features

  • Cast Iron Cooks Best
  • Versatile size
  • Seasoned ready to use

16. Lodge Cast Iron Eight-Section Cornbread Skillet
list price: $0.00
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Asin: B00004S9I8
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 3175
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

By dividing this cornbread skillet into eight wedge-shaped sections,Lodge exploits cast iron's baking advantages to ensure that a tasty crustenvelops each wedge when it emerges from the oven. Because cast iron isunmatched for heat retention and distribution--no hot spots--that crust will becrisp and uniform. The skillet is 9 inches in diameter, and each wedge is 3-1/2inches long and 1 inch deep. The skillet weighs 5-1/2 pounds, must be seasonedby coating with melted shortening and then baked, and needs to be coated withoil or cooking spray after each use to prevent rust.

This skillet's weight and care requirements put off some cooks, but, as has beenknown since the Middle Ages, cast iron permits precise baking and flavor- retentive cooking, has a natural nonstick finish when seasoned, and lasts forgenerations (thereby increasing its value). As it blackens with use, cast ironimparts to food a mystical aura of rustic nourishment and flavor. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • 9 inches in diameter; weighs 5-1/2 pounds
  • Bakes eight crusty 3-1-/2-inch wedges of cornbread 1 inch thick
  • Cast iron unexcelled for heat distribution, retention; lasts for generations
  • Naturally nonstick when properly seasoned
  • Clean with hot water and stiff brush, dry, and cover with cooking spray

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars This is an Awesome product
OK I'm a Lodge-aholic just ask my wife. I think the reason folks don't like this pan is incorrect seasoning/technique. With the Lodge logic seasoning is not a problem. Preheat in the oven while the oven heats up for a minimum of 20 minutes. Prepare Corn Bread. I cook both scratch and mix and love the Trader Joe's mix. With a pad so you don't burn your hand take the pre-heated skillet from the oven spray with a cooking spray like Pam and pour in the corn bread. When done let sit for 5 minutes and the loosen the wedges. Clean while hot without soap. I love this product and it works great for me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Had it, got rid of it
We sold it in a yard sale for a buck. We just couldn't get the seasoning right and got to frustrated after about the fifth batch gone bad. Did everything right, seasoned it, preheated when we went to use it, used extra oil in the mix and still didn't work. We use our chicken fryer for corn bread, works every time.

5-0 out of 5 stars pre-cut cornbread
My daughter loves cornbread, but evertime I made it she would end up eating crumbs because she could not cut it well. This is really easy for her to get her desired piece from. Also looks nice when presented, everyone has said they look cuuuuute. I have thanked the person who gave me this for christmas many times.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is a winner - just follow cast iron "rules"!
This cast iron pan, as good for scones and quick-breads as it is for cornbread, works flawlessly IF you season it well, preheat it and spray it with non-stick spray. If you keep it seasoned and sprayed, the center won't stick. The first time I used it, I didn't spray it and it stuck in the points (a wooden chopstick or skewer is good for scraping). It cooks things much more evenly than a round or square pan where the middle can be gooey. Because I have celiac disease, I have to make gluten-free recipes which are even tougher to cook in the middle. This pan is outstanding for gluten free doughs as well as ones with gluten. Try it, as I have, with muffin batter, any scone recipe, cornbread, any quick-bread or even yeasted bread. I suspect it would even make good yorkshire puddings with some of the pop of popovers (yorkshire pudding is a giant popover) and lots of other things. I preheat my pan for 10 minutes at 375 or higher, depending on the recipe, then spray it well with Pam or something similar, put in the dough or batter, and bake. It WOULD have been nice to have been told the volume of batter it holds - I am buying a second one so I can bake a bigger recipe at one time. It's so inexpensive that this seems the thing to do. Enjoy!

2-0 out of 5 stars What's the use!
I thought this was a good idea when I bought it. This feels like one heavy pan. I use cast iron skillets for just about all my cooking, including crepes. This pan feels heavier than any of them though I doubt it actually is. I had no troubles following the direction for seasoning the pan. All cast irons need proper seasoning. Once seasoned cast irons become semi-nonstick. I have not had any trouble with sticking. I did have a problem using the cornbread recipe that came with the pan. It more than filled the pan. To really be usefull you need to know how the capacity of the pan which is not provided. It looks like it would be great for scones too. ... Read more


17. Lodge Logic Cornstick Pan
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B00008GKDT
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 8874
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Measures 12 by 5-1/2 by 1 inches; hand wash; avoid using soap or detergent
  • Unique pan designed for baking cornbread; charming design
  • Includes 7 impressions shaped like ears of corn
  • Durable cast-iron construction; superior heat retention and dispersal
  • Pre-seasoned with baked-on vegetable-oil formula for a nonstick surface

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product!
This is a perfect way to spruce up plain old corn bread, by making it look like perfect ears of corn! My kids love it and it looks very nice when serving guests. I have one that was passed down to me and I am ordering this pre-seasoned one also because one pan is never enough! I wish they offered a pan that cooked more at one time. This is a great investment and works better than products that cost three times as much. ... Read more


18. Lodge Logic, L6SK3, Pre-Seasoned 9" Skillet
list price: $16.00
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Asin: B00063RWTS
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 25628
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Features

  • Versatile size for most of cooking needs
  • Will last for generations
  • PreSeasoned and ready to use

19. Lodge 8-Inch Skillet
list price: $12.99
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Asin: B000050AV7
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge Logic
Sales Rank: 7698
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Every kitchen needs a cast-iron skillet like this, if only to properly brown meats. It's perfect for just about any frying chore and goes into the oven as a roasting pan and even as a baking pan. (It's the traditional "skillet" in skillet corn bread.) Because cast iron is unexcelled for retaining heat and distributing it evenly--no hot spots--foods cook uniformly in the 8-inch skillet. It's heavy, must be seasoned with melted shortening and baked, and needs to be coated with oil or cooking spray after each use to prevent rust. Though its weight and care put off some cooks, cast iron--as has been known since the Middle Ages--permits precise cooking and flavor retention, is naturally nonstick when seasoned, and lasts for generations, increasing the value of its moderate price. As it blackens with use, cast iron imparts to food a mystical aura of rustic nourishment and flavor. --Fred Brack ... Read more

Features

  • Made in USA
  • Use for frying, baking, or roasting
  • Constructed of cast iron, unexcelled for retaining and distributing heat
  • Season pan with melted shortening and bake; coat with oil or cooking spray after each use
  • Naturally nonstick when seasoned; lasts for generations

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect
I originally purchased a Lodge 8-Inch skillet for use when camping, but I quickly discovered why so many cooks prefer cast iron cookware (almost all cast iron cook pieces are rated at 5 stars). It is very durable, conducts heat better, and with proper care it will develop a natural non-stick coating that will last for generations. Perhaps more subjectively, I think that meats tend to taste better when cooked in it.

Now, I have abandoned my collection of cheap aluminum non-stick cookery and most of my meals are prepared in this skillet. From chicken fajitas to stir fry, the skillet is what I use most, followed closely by the microwave.

Cleaning is simple: I scrub with hot water, place it back on the eye to boil off the water, then wipe it down with oil. I find that I am conscious enough to do it right after cooking, whereas a pot would end up sitting in the sink waiting to be cleaned. As a result, it seems as if cooking with cast iron is faster and easier.

Now, I almost exclusively use the skillet for cooking. It took a couple of attempts before I got it seasoned correctly, but the skillet is now darkening nicely.

The 8-inch skillet is perfect for me, not too large, nor too small. It is big enough to fry up several pieces of chicken, or large enough to make French toast.

Note: Lodge makes two different lines of cast iron cookware. If you don't want to have to season it yourself, I would recommend you buy the Logic brand of Lodge cookware. They are pre-seasoned and ready to use and well worth a few extra bucks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lodge Is Best
I have owned an 8-inch Lodge cast iron skillet for years and it is my favorite size skillet for a variety of uses. I often saute onions and green peppers in it, as well as cook my scrambled eggs in it each morning. It's a great size for cooking a hambuger or grilled cheese sandwich. It's perfect for frying up one or two pieces of chicken if you're eating alone tonight.

I have found that Lodge cast iron is the heaviest cast iron cookware on the market. For that reason I consider it the best. And the price is a steal! These things will last you your entire life, and just get better and better as time goes by.

And unlike some people, I find taking proper care of my Lodge cast iron cookware is a breeze. No, you can't put them in the dishwasher, but so what?! They'll clean up just fine with a quick rinse and light scrub with a plastic scouring pad or good stiff brush, using very hot water. Dry thoroughly, then a good wipe all over, inside and out with a light coating of vegetable oil or shortening, and there you have it!

I have a variety of Lodge cast iron skillets and I find that the little 8-inch is one of the most versatile sizes for everyday cooking purposes. You cannot go wrong with Lodge-OR their great little 8-inch skillet! I wouldn't buy any other brand of cast iron cookware!

Thank you.
Alice Kane
Marengo, IL. USA ... Read more


20. Lodge Logic, L8CB3, Pre-Seasoned Cornbread Skillet
list price: $23.00
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Asin: B00063RXK6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Lodge
Sales Rank: 33550
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Features

  • Makes 8 ready to serve portions
  • Seasoned and ready to use

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