Lodge Logic Cast Iron 12" Skillet

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    Best purchase ever
    Jun 22, 2019

    This is my first cast iron skillet but it certainly isn’t my last. I am extremely happy with the craftsmanship of the skillet. I’m going to buy another smaller one to take camping with me.

    Customer review from bloomingdales.com
    Best purchase ever
    by flower123

    This is my first cast iron skillet but it certainly isn’t my last. I am extremely happy with the craftsmanship of the skillet. I’m going to buy another smaller one to take camping with me.

    Customer review from bloomingdales.com
    Must Have Registry Item
    May 06, 2016

    My husband and I got this as a gift from our wedding registry with a few other Lodge cast iron pieces, and we absolutely love it. If you don't have one already, you absolutely have to add it to your wedding registry--it's an absolute must. We use it all the time, and we definitely prefer cooking with it when compared to non-stick, stainless steel, or ceramic frying pans.

    Must Have Registry Item
    by MEMoon

    My husband and I got this as a gift from our wedding registry with a few other Lodge cast iron pieces, and we absolutely love it. If you don't have one already, you absolutely have to add it to your wedding registry--it's an absolute must. We use it all the time, and we definitely prefer cooking with it when compared to non-stick, stainless steel, or ceramic frying pans.

    Keep Seasoned & Dry
    Feb 09, 2016

    My fiance wanted to switch to cast iron after using our elderly neighbor's hand-me-down decades-old dutch oven. It's wonderfully historic, and still flawless. We love that the Lodge line is made in the USA. Our chemist neighbor also pointed out that if metal leaches from these pans, reasonable amounts of iron naturally occur in the food chain, as opposed to aluminum or chemicals used in non-stick surfaces. So, it's theoretically safer. I think of all the money we've put into cookware over the years & gag. We'd have been better off just asking for granny's old heavy-weights & putting another few decades on the indestructibles. The only drawback is the need to season & never leave a speck of water undried, as it's an invitation to rust. Not much to ask, I say. My fiance does still use non-stick for the kids' school-day eggs, though. Sometimes expedient trumps all. And, for single-handed veggie flipping, he uses another Macy's unbeatable, the Cuisinart 14-inch stainless-steel wok/pot I also gave him for Christmas. (I gots to keep my man kitchen-happy so's he keeps keepin' me out of the kitchen.) Thanks, again, Macy's; together, we make a healthy fam!

    Keep Seasoned & Dry
    by Sassy from Sacramento, CA

    My fiance wanted to switch to cast iron after using our elderly neighbor's hand-me-down decades-old dutch oven. It's wonderfully historic, and still flawless. We love that the Lodge line is made in the USA. Our chemist neighbor also pointed out that if metal leaches from these pans, reasonable amounts of iron naturally occur in the food chain, as opposed to aluminum or chemicals used in non-stick surfaces. So, it's theoretically safer. I think of all the money we've put into cookware over the years & gag. We'd have been better off just asking for granny's old heavy-weights & putting another few decades on the indestructibles. The only drawback is the need to season & never leave a speck of water undried, as it's an invitation to rust. Not much to ask, I say. My fiance does still use non-stick for the kids' school-day eggs, though. Sometimes expedient trumps all. And, for single-handed veggie flipping, he uses another Macy's unbeatable, the Cuisinart 14-inch stainless-steel wok/pot I also gave him for Christmas. (I gots to keep my man kitchen-happy so's he keeps keepin' me out of the kitchen.) Thanks, again, Macy's; together, we make a healthy fam!

    Best purchase ever
    Feb 08, 2016

    I've always wanted a cast iron skillet and for this price, it is a good investment.

    Best purchase ever
    by Hel315

    I've always wanted a cast iron skillet and for this price, it is a good investment.

    Cast iron cookware
    Dec 08, 2015

    I really enjoy this skillet it cooks everything well and as long I do proper maintenance it cooks perfectly. I have another one and I love it. This one was a gift for my boyfriend.

    Cast iron cookware
    by Chocobo

    I really enjoy this skillet it cooks everything well and as long I do proper maintenance it cooks perfectly. I have another one and I love it. This one was a gift for my boyfriend.

    Best Frying Pan I ever owned
    May 13, 2015

    I use this mainly for deep frying and pan searing meats and fish. It heats so evenly and for the accidents - even charred food is easy to wash off

    Best Frying Pan I ever owned
    by KevaAyana

    I use this mainly for deep frying and pan searing meats and fish. It heats so evenly and for the accidents - even charred food is easy to wash off

    pan
    Aug 16, 2014

    great!!!!! love it. would recommend. buy it. On line

    pan
    by Sephardic from online

    great!!!!! love it. would recommend. buy it. On line

    Best Pans Ever!!
    Aug 15, 2014

    These are the best pans ever! They will last a lifetime if you take care of them. They only get better with age. Ask Grandma!

    Best Pans Ever!!
    by TRex15

    These are the best pans ever! They will last a lifetime if you take care of them. They only get better with age. Ask Grandma!