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  • Heats slowly and evenly and can use on all cooking surfaces, grills and campfires. Also Oven Safe. Sauté, sear, fry, bake and stir fry & more. Made in the USA
  • 394 reviews on Amazon give this cast iron skillet a 4.6 out of 5 star overall rating.
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Walmart has the 10" Ozark Trails round skillet for $8. Size wise, the 8" has a surface area of about 50 square inches, which is enough to do about three fried eggs at a time, or a single slice of toast. The 10" round has a surface area of about 80 square inches, which is enough to cook home fries and eggs at the same time, or a nice steak with potatoes. I believe this pan is 10" per side (as opposed to on the diagonal, but correct me if I'm wrong), which would yield a surface area of 100 square inches. That's enough for a couple of steaks, or four slices of toast.

Lodge brand is smoother/nicer than Ozark Trails, but Ozark is good enough for me personally.

All in all, if you're cooking for two, go with this one, or a bigger Ozark Trails than the 8" posted yesterday. The 10" and 12" were both marked down nicely when I checked yesterday. The three piece set (8", 10", and a double-sided rectangular griddle) were $17 yesterday, free store pickup (Walmart)
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Thank you! I bought one 2 years ago and it was cracked, I received a refund but not a replacement. This is a decent price for a great pan.
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What's the size/ functional difference between this and the 8 inch cast iron pan from yesterday? Aka which is slicker?
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Grabbed one to go with the Ozark from yesterday. This'll be nice on my little camping trip for baking and doing breakfast frys
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What's the size/ functional difference between this and the 8 inch cast iron pan from yesterday? Aka which is slicker?
Walmart has the 10" Ozark Trails round skillet for $8. Size wise, the 8" has a surface area of about 50 square inches, which is enough to do about three fried eggs at a time, or a single slice of toast. The 10" round has a surface area of about 80 square inches, which is enough to cook home fries and eggs at the same time, or a nice steak with potatoes. I believe this pan is 10" per side (as opposed to on the diagonal, but correct me if I'm wrong), which would yield a surface area of 100 square inches. That's enough for a couple of steaks, or four slices of toast.

Lodge brand is smoother/nicer than Ozark Trails, but Ozark is good enough for me personally.

All in all, if you're cooking for two, go with this one, or a bigger Ozark Trails than the 8" posted yesterday. The 10" and 12" were both marked down nicely when I checked yesterday. The three piece set (8", 10", and a double-sided rectangular griddle) were $17 yesterday, free store pickup (Walmart)
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What do square pans do that round ones aren't equally good at other than bake square stuff?
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What do square pans do that round ones aren't equally good at other than bake square stuff?
Easier to fit Grilled cheese or sandwich bread in a square pan.
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Easier to fit Grilled cheese or sandwich bread in a square pan.
Bacon.
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Shows $19.13 for me
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What do square pans do that round ones aren't equally good at other than bake square stuff?
At least in my experience, they're less likely to have a raised ridge around the bottom of the underside of the pan, something I've only ever seen on round pans. Flat bottoms are good for induction.
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What do square pans do that round ones aren't equally good at other than bake square stuff?
You can better fit almost any pre-formed item (steaks, hamburgers, bacon) in a square pan to get more stuff.
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$19.13 for me too. Next time!
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