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Kohl's Cardholders: Food Network Cast Iron Pans: 10" $12, 8" EXPIRED

daisybeetle 12,376 69,391 September 22, 2016 at 07:32 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (5) More Kohl's Deals
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Promoted 09-23-2016 by Discombobulated at 03:57 AM View Original Post
Kohls.com has select Food Network Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Pans on sale listed below. Save an additional 30% off w/ promo code HARVEST30 (apply at checkout) valid for Kohl's Cardholders. Shipping is free w/ promo code SEPT4FREE. Thanks daisybeetle

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The Food Network Cast Iron products offer a study construction, pre-seasoned surface for effortless food release. Recommended for hand wash to keep longer lifespan of product. - Discombobulated

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Made in China - I'd rather buy Lodge that are made in USA. I'm not sure I trust the chemical components of things made in China that I eat off of. But that's just me.
Lodge cast iron is textured so they can preseason it, not to reduce production costs. Most any pre-seasoned cast iron will have a textured finish, as it is apparently too difficult/time intensive to preseason smooth cast iron.

The old machined cast iron that everyone loves was apparently shipped unseasoned and the learning curve chased customers away as stainless steel and nonstick alternatives came onto the market). When they swapped to the textured and pre-seasoned models, their sales went up significantly.

Like it or not, Lodge is the last man standing in terms of US made cast iron cookware (excluding high end niche products that I'm sure are out there). Most of the generic pre-seasoned pans actually have a much rougher texture.
Thanks! That was just the info I was looking for. We have the same philosophy in our household -- No Kitchenware or Dinnerware from China.
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repped. are they good?
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Hmm 12" skillet or grill pan...
Unsure of what to use my Discover $10 on. Dang Kohls and their treatment of kohl's cash as a coupon instead of payment and taking the $10 off before 30% discount.

Camp Chef 10" is also available on sale at Kohls for 11.90 after coupons
That one has good amazon reviews
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got the whole set for $60 . nice find OP !
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Got the 8" for free with Discover card Kohl's cash...thanks!!
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Made in China - I'd rather buy Lodge that are made in USA. I'm not sure I trust the chemical components of things made in China that I eat off of. But that's just me.
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Quote from bluesman78 View Post :
Made in China - I'd rather buy Lodge that are made in USA. I'm not sure I trust the chemical components of things made in China that I eat off of. But that's just me.
Thanks! That was just the info I was looking for. We have the same philosophy in our household -- No Kitchenware or Dinnerware from China.
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Last edited by debcav September 23, 2016 at 09:08 AM
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Quote from bluesman78 View Post :
Made in China - I'd rather buy Lodge that are made in USA. I'm not sure I trust the chemical components of things made in China that I eat off of. But that's just me.

Maybe you should get some plates/bowls so you don't have to eat off of a pan. LMAO
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Is the finish texture on these as poor as lodge or can they afford to properly finish these pans with what they save in Chinese labor rates?
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Quote from bluesman78 View Post :
Made in China - I'd rather buy Lodge that are made in USA. I'm not sure I trust the chemical components of things made in China that I eat off of. But that's just me.
Not to mention, they're almost the same price. For a few dollars more, I'd definitely take made in USA as well.

$10.59 for the 8", same price at Target if you need a B&M.
https://www.amazon.com/Lodge-L5SK...B00008GKDG

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Quote from Phishinphree View Post :
Is the finish texture on these as poor as lodge or can they afford to properly finish these pans with what they save in Chinese labor rates?
Lodge cast iron is textured so they can preseason it, not to reduce production costs. Most any pre-seasoned cast iron will have a textured finish, as it is apparently too difficult/time intensive to preseason smooth cast iron.

The old machined cast iron that everyone loves was apparently shipped unseasoned and the learning curve chased customers away as stainless steel and nonstick alternatives came onto the market). When they swapped to the textured and pre-seasoned models, their sales went up significantly.

Like it or not, Lodge is the last man standing in terms of US made cast iron cookware (excluding high end niche products that I'm sure are out there). Most of the generic pre-seasoned pans actually have a much rougher texture.
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very tempting, but i already have a lodge 12 or 14 inch jawn. should last me a few lifetimes.

made Salisbury steaks two days ago, soooo good.
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Want to get a cast iron for steaks and roast potatoes, but have never used one. What size would be good for a family of 3. I was thinking 8" would be sufficient...
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Tjhanks! That was just the info I was looking for. We have the same philosophy in our household -- No Kitchenware or Dinnerware from China.
I remember reading that Lodge also does some of their stuff from their chinese foundaries on their website. But not all.
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