Made in USA Cast Iron Skillet Review

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Made in USA Cast Iron Skillet Review

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80 Gallon Vertical
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Under Construction: 48" x 29" mini-pig cooker
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Re: Made in USA Cast Iron Skillet Review

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I have a few Lodge pans and they work great, even though the finish is rougher than some of the expensive pans. Over time, it will smooth out and get better, but it's still a best buy of any of them at under $30.
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Re: Made in USA Cast Iron Skillet Review

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SVonhof wrote: Mon Jul 26, 2021 9:07 pm I have a few Lodge pans and they work great, even though the finish is rougher than some of the expensive pans. Over time, it will smooth out and get better, but it's still a best buy of any of them at under $30.
I'm a Lodge man myself. I have several skillets, one of them being very large, a 12 qt dutch oven, a deep fryer, large reversible griddle. I guess it was price and availability that motivated me. I never considered sanding down the cooking surface but that is due to me not knowing any better. 😜
80 Gallon Vertical
Modified New Braunfels Offset to Reverse Flow
Under Construction: 48" x 29" mini-pig cooker
Charbroil Performance 780 & 22" Weber Kettle
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