About Lodge Cast Iron Skillet - 15”, Seasoned
Closeouts. Over a grill, on the coals, on a burner or in the oven, Lodge's 15" cast iron skillet makes it easy to cook up a flavorful meal. The more you use it, the more it's seasoned; the more it's seasoned, the better your food will taste!
Specs about Lodge Cast Iron Skillet - 15”, Seasoned
- Material: Cast iron
- Weight: 11 lb. 9.6 oz.
- Dimensions: (HxD) 2-1/2x15"
- Made in United States of America
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sometimes outdoorsman from Washington on Tuesday, March 21, 2017Been looking for something to replace a non-stick square griddle pan for a while. The large diameter makes it great for pancakes. Also used it to cook steaks once so far, with excellent results. I plan on using this for years, and years.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by NanaMary from Idaho on Thursday, October 20, 2016I have wanted one of these for years!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DroyRider from Sturgis, MI on Monday, September 26, 2016I!m a big fan of lodge products, love cooking wt cast iron. I've been wanting this sized
skillet for the longest time but the regular retail prices was always a deterrent. There was a tiny little nubby that I had to grind flat wt a sharpening stone, the only flaw that I found.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by ActiveFamilyLife from Adirondacks, NY on Monday, June 13, 2016We go camping quite a bit with 2 teenagers and sometimes there is a friend with us as well. This skillet is awesome over a campfire with potatoes and 2 kielbasas, or a pile of peppers, onions, potatoes and sausage. Our regular large skillet wasn't big enough. Love it !
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Thomas J. Morris III from New Jersey on Monday, December 21, 2015The original nonstick finish. I have been cooking on cast for 40 years. And Lodge is the last of the US makers as far as I know. Read some of the other reviews. You have to know how to cook on it. And you NEVER put soap on it. When nasty, just scrape it and boil water in it and scrape again and then re-oil. All good cooks use cast. I own a lot of it and highly recommend their products.
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