Lodge Original Finish 8-Inch Skillet

Lodge Original Finish 8-Inch Skillet

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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

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  • Use for frying, baking, or roasting
  • Constructed of cast iron, unexcelled for retaining and distributing heat
  • Made in USA

Lodge Original Finish 8-Inch Skillet out of 5 based on ratings. 3 user reviews
Cook Wear Lodge Original Finish 8-Inch Skillet 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 https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/31L-vThhdvL._SL160_.jpg
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