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I own the 14" Lodge Pizza Pan - it's very much worth it. I have the 15" deep dish pan as well, and we use the 14" pizza pan more. We make pizzas on it (naturally), home cut fries, brussle sprouts, cookies, and lately we've gotten into trying to cut carbs so we make a pizza crust out of coconut flower and cheese and it all comes out great. One of our most used cast iron pieces (have a big collection). It lives in the oven and gets used a couple times a week, highly recommend. Last night we did a family pack of pork chops on it, easy meal in the oven and they came out great. Wrap it in foil for ez cleanup.

In terms of the pans mentioned, I use a 12" Lodge Pan on the daily to cook for two people - personally, I wouldn't go smaller than 10" so you have the space. Lodge is very good quality, if you want better you'll pay 5x as much. I'm not as much a fan of the griddle pan because grease and such can splatter, I like the high walls on the stove top.

The last note about all Lodge cast iron is that they do come preseasoned, but it is a factory seasoning to prevent rust – you will want to season the pans yourself for best use. If you want to go cheap, wipe a thin layer of vegetable oil over the entire pan, and bake in the oven at 450 for an hour. Turn on a fan as it'll get smokey, and put foil beneath for oil that may drip down. There are better ways and better oils if you google around, but that'll get you started. Their cast iron lid is an awesome accessory to add, but it needs to be seasoned well since it's getting the steam and moisture, and the top handle does get hot. For their pans, their silicon handle covers are a good accessory and usually an add-on item on amazon for < $5

Edit: Biggest tip for new users – make sure to preheat your iron. A hot pan, with hot oil in it, will be your best friend in using these. Don't be afraid of your EVOO, if you're dieting you wanna cut sugars – I've lost more weight cooking with fat and cutting sugar than I ever did trying to eat lean low fat.
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Anyone know how the quality of the skillets are?
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Great prices. Slightly better than the walmart deal on Lodge that I bought a few weeks ago. Just wish I had more storage space...
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Anyone know how the quality of the skillets are?
I have the Lodge skillet and it is great quality. Used it last weekend to make a popover on the gas grill for breakfast and it cooked perfect - cleanup was a breeze.
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Yesss.. thanks op. Missed out on the 10" lodged last time they did this. Was hoping for the 10"+12" for $20 again from Walmart like a few weeks ago, but this deal is almost as good, so in for 1.
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Anyone know how the quality of the skillets are?
Lodge is the best! You will have to do some googling on how to maintain cast-iron.
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Bought from the last deal.. there was no packaging they just shove a cast iron pan inside the box and shipped it.
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Bought from the last deal.. there was no packaging they just shove a cast iron pan inside the box and shipped it.
Cast iron
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How much are these normally?
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Thanks bought a couple and some random stuff from clearance as well
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Thinking of picking up the 14 inch baking pan for pizzas and swedish pancakes... 25 vs 35 on amazon
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How much are these normally?
Normally around $15 on amazon.
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Thinking of picking up the 14 inch baking pan for pizzas and swedish pancakes... 25 vs 35 on amazon
I own the 14" Lodge Pizza Pan - it's very much worth it. I have the 15" deep dish pan as well, and we use the 14" pizza pan more. We make pizzas on it (naturally), home cut fries, brussle sprouts, cookies, and lately we've gotten into trying to cut carbs so we make a pizza crust out of coconut flower and cheese and it all comes out great. One of our most used cast iron pieces (have a big collection). It lives in the oven and gets used a couple times a week, highly recommend. Last night we did a family pack of pork chops on it, easy meal in the oven and they came out great. Wrap it in foil for ez cleanup.

In terms of the pans mentioned, I use a 12" Lodge Pan on the daily to cook for two people - personally, I wouldn't go smaller than 10" so you have the space. Lodge is very good quality, if you want better you'll pay 5x as much. I'm not as much a fan of the griddle pan because grease and such can splatter, I like the high walls on the stove top.

The last note about all Lodge cast iron is that they do come preseasoned, but it is a factory seasoning to prevent rust – you will want to season the pans yourself for best use. If you want to go cheap, wipe a thin layer of vegetable oil over the entire pan, and bake in the oven at 450 for an hour. Turn on a fan as it'll get smokey, and put foil beneath for oil that may drip down. There are better ways and better oils if you google around, but that'll get you started. Their cast iron lid is an awesome accessory to add, but it needs to be seasoned well since it's getting the steam and moisture, and the top handle does get hot. For their pans, their silicon handle covers are a good accessory and usually an add-on item on amazon for < $5

Edit: Biggest tip for new users – make sure to preheat your iron. A hot pan, with hot oil in it, will be your best friend in using these. Don't be afraid of your EVOO, if you're dieting you wanna cut sugars – I've lost more weight cooking with fat and cutting sugar than I ever did trying to eat lean low fat.
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Thinking of picking up the 14 inch baking pan for pizzas and swedish pancakes... 25 vs 35 on amazon
Do you have a link for it? I can't find on mobile unfortunately. I've been hunting for one.
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