Lodge Logic® Cast-Iron Skillets with Assist Handle
- Traditional design and construction
- Ready-to-use, seasoned cast iron construction
- Traditional skillet handle
- Pour lips on sides of skillet
- Even heating and long lasting heat retention
Introducing Lodge Logic: Ready-to-use cast-iron cookware, pre seasoned for consistent performance!
For more than 100 years, Lodge has been perfecting the process of making cast-iron cookware, formulating the perfect metal chemistry to create the exacting mold tolerances for casting. This produces the perfect wall construction for the best even heating in cookware. In the past, however, the seasoning process was never complete until you had cooked countless batches of fried chicken, catfish and cornbread to burnish it to a black patina. Of course, after this process was complete, cast-iron cookware would be handed down like an heirloom. Lodge Logic removes the waiting, thanks to a newly-developed seasoning process. An electrostatic spray system applies a proprietary vegetable oil combination to deeply penetrate the pores of the iron. The resulting seasoned cast-iron cookware is far superior to anything you can achieve at home because you can use it right out of the box. All Lodge cookware is still produced in a sand-cast process under high pressure so the shape can be controlled precisely. Lodge cast-iron cookware is durable with incredible heat retention and distribution.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BackwoodsNicky Best Cooking Cast Iron My family has always cooked with cast iron. These pans last forever. They always heat evenly and never stick if they are properly taken care of. My grandma is cooking on cast iron cookware that belonged to my great grandma and great-great grandma. It has lasted over 100 years. I tried the modern stuff (junk) that I got as wedding presents. Cast iron is the best. Use it indoors and out. Love it. October 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ColvilleWoody Great bargain Received the pans, fast shipping, and they are a great deal. No complaints. June 29, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by johndear No buyer remorse I can't believe I ever bought modern cookware! Cast iron is the way to go. I've used mine a dozen times in the week since I got it and so far nothing has stuck to it. It was cheap and if I do my part my grand kids will some day be using it, I'm only 35. The only disadvantage is that it's pretty heavy. May 17, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by azbassman Best skillet ever I bought one of these at BP after hearing rave reviews about cooking on cast iron. I read up on the care they demand, and break in period. With these pre-seasoned skillets, all I did was cook as much bacon and sausage as I could for the first few weeks, and not wash it. It has been an absolute dream to cook with and I am thoroughly pleased with this purchase. I plan on purchasing more in different sizes, and lids to all of them. I threw ground beef, potatos, corn, and red peppers into this thing, threw a little salt and pepper, and cooked it until the meat was done and potatos were tender, and it was one of the best meals I have had in a long, long while. I highly recommend this product. March 30, 2011
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A:Correction on my previous answer. They are measured at the top edge.
A:Yes you can. I have a glass top electric stove and it works just fine.
A:According to the manufacturer "Lodge products may be used on various heat sources including gas, electric, induction and ceramic/glass top stoves and ovens. Seasoned cast iron can also be used on the grill or for camp cooking. Do not to drop cookware on the stovetop or slide across the surface. Begin heating cookware on low and slowly bring heat up to medium or medium/high. Always remove cookware from the stovetop after cooking. We recommend that you refer to your stove/range manufacturer’s owner manual for more information regarding ceramic/glass top stovetop requirements."
Details:the 8" cast iron skillet should have a cover. can you use the 7"round bacon press as a cover?
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A:It does have a cover but you have to buy it separately.
Details:we camp alot and all are cook ware is juck never really tried cast iron. i have a tripod with grill on it would it be ok to use this over a camp fire?
A:Absolutely.. Excelent for camping & outdoor use.
A:Yes. A tripod is great for campfire cooking. You can cook directly on the grill, but you can also put a frypan and/or coffee pot on the grill over campfire. I use a cast iron frypan, 10" round griddle and coffee pot all at the same time on the tripod grill. Cast iron cookware is the best. It lasts forever. We have some pieces that are over 100 years old in my family.
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A:Absolutely I use it over a fire pit all the time. I have a fire grate that sits just above the fire and is strong enough to hold these pans.
A:Definitely. Cast iron will hold up to heat better than most modern cookware. And the best part is that there is no bullet-proof layer of plastic separating your food from the cooking surface.
A:I would think you couldn't do much better than cast iron over a campfire. The pans are preseasoned, a plus, clean up was easy. Just have something to get the soot of the bottom of the pan if your fire is putting off smoke, but it over good hot coals, shouldn't be much of a problem.
A:Cast iron is good about spreading the heat around. That means it won't as easily get hot spots in small areas and burn what your cooking. I've had great success using cast iron dutch ovens and skillets over coalbeds but you can still burn things. Practise using hardwood and let it burn down to coals before cooking or use charcole. I've never tryed cooking over high flames, other than hot dogs and marsh mellows. But I have made peach cobler, baked chicken with rice and several other dishes in the outdoors using cast iron. Hope this helps.
A:Absolutely. That's the beauty of cast iron. You can cook with it on your stove or a campfire. I even cook with it on my grill. Just be careful to not get it too hot because it will hold heat better than any other pan...but too much heat will cause your food to get burned. Don't use soap to wash it after use or you will get soapy taste to food cooked afterwards. Don't be afraid to let cooked food build up on the pan. It doesn't need to be washed to original condition after each use.That adds to the seasoning after years of use. I doubt you will use anything else for camping after you get used to it. Happy cooking!
A:If used on campfire you need a canvas carry bag as it gets black. A lid keeps out ashes. Wait til fire reduced to good coals is best. Support on rocks to level. Beware rocks can shatter with extreme heat. Don't wash with soap or need to re-season metal. Not for pack trips.
A:Great for outdoor/camping.
You do not need a great deal of heat to for this pan as the whole pan heats up evenly.
Very easy to burn food as the iron becomes very hot with a small amount of heat.
A:i wouldn't hesitate to use it over a camp fire. be sure to get a lid as it makes it even better.
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