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Promoted 10-17-2014 by iconian at 02:57 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Lodge 10" Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet (LCS3) on Sale for $14.97. Shipping is Free with Prime (free student accounts available) or if you spend $35 or more. Thanks Cookie21

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With proper care, you can pass down this skillet to your grandkids.

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Edited October 17, 2014 at 12:22 PM by DeividdoSama
Lodge LCS3 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Chef's Skillet, 10-inch [amazon.com]



Sloped sides with tear-drop handle
Pre-Seasoned and ready-to-use
Superior heat retention and even cooking
Use on all cooking surfaces, grills, campfires and oven safe
Made in the USA
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#3
If you wanted a couple with some silicone handles Costco has 2 (10.25" and 12") for $37. My local warehouse has them for a little bit less than that.

http://www.costco.com/Lodge-2-Pac...16102.html
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If you wanted a couple with some silicone handles Costco has 2 (10.25" and 12") for $37. My local warehouse has them for a little bit less than that.

http://www.costco.com/Lodge-2-Pac...16102.html
Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
Silicone won't do those things. It's nice to have a fitted, inexpensive, heat resistant glove that won't catch on fire if it gets too close to the flame.
You're getting pretty worked up over a little extra accessory. If you don't like it, don't use it, and don't worry about it!
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
The silicone mitts just slide onto the handle of the normal Lodge Cast Iron Skillets. They are a fantastic upgrade, and if they ever do crack, break, etc, you just toss them and you still have a skillet that will last multiple generations!
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Looks like the same price back from a few days ago.
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
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Will these work on an induction cooktop?
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Will these work on an induction cooktop?
yes, I have an induction stove & use one all the time.
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
dude chill out. the silicone handle is removable
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Will these work on an induction cooktop?
The cast iron skillets I have, work on mine.
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.
I'm hearing you but what pot holder do you use that doesn't do all of those things over time? The slide on silicone handles are definitely a uni-tasker but they do that one task very well.

Here is my long boring story on cast iron cookware. I was always buying non stick pans. No matter how much I paid for them and took care of them, I was always chucking them after about a year. They warped and the coating started coming off. About 15 years ago I bought a Lodge 12 inch skillet. Used it maybe 5 times and got frustrated with it. It eventually ended up in my outdoor tool shed. I returned to the cycle of trying different non stick skillets every year and eventually just started getting the really cheap ones. About 5 years ago after buying an expensive "new" ceramic coated skillet that promised to work better, it did not. Nothing could handle high heat and stay non stick. I busted out my cast iron skillet. Hit it with a wire wheel and brush and got all of the rust off. I read up on some basic tips and tricks about the differences in caring for and cooking with cast iron. The main thing was allowing the pan to heat up before throwing food on it and how not to clean it like in the dishwasher. Reseasoned it (nothing elaborate and no special oils like some people do), just plain old thin coats of vegetable oil in the oven a few times. My 2 cast iron skillets are now used all the time for almost everything that needs a skillet and I haven't bought another skillet since. Between my cast iron skillets, my stainless pots, pans, and skillets (which I still have not mastered yet), and a ceramic coated dutch oven, I am set. I will not be buying cookware for a LOOOONG time.
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I've got the 15 inch already and just bought the $37 pack from costco for smaller foods. I could return the pack to costco and get this but I'm thinking I'm just going to keep the costco ones.
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Buy why in the hell would you take a product that can last multiple generations with basic care and then buy it with a silicon handle that will discolor, dry out, crack, break, etc over time? Some things don't need fixing. Use a pot holder.

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