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Lodge's cast iron skillet keeps the cooking easy and simple. The more you use it, the more it's seasoned; the more it's seasoned, the easier it is to use. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Did you mean "Is the cooking surface smooth?" Nope. You can see the bumps in the pics. Lodge cast iron pans are made this way. It shouldn't be a deal breaker, because they still do fine and are pre-seasoned well.

But if you hate the bumpy style, you can search eBay for ones with smooth insides. Either from sellers who have reworked them or looking for classic, antique, or other brand names.

Youtube has many vids on how to resurface Lodge pans to smooth, but it is a lot of work imo. I have both styles and they both work fine.
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Good deal, bought a few to add to the collection. Also have this griddle/skillet on sale:

https://www.sierra.com/lodge-roun...-prod699KR

I use one that is slightly higher profile for pancakes and they turn out great
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Are these flat? We have one that has small bumps all over the cooking area.
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Says free shipping, use FREESHIP. I am not able to get free shipping and it is 1030pm MST now. Waiting for chat but I don't think anyone will show.
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Are these flat? We have one that has small bumps all over the cooking area.
These have the modern Lodge "Pebble finish" if you will. They are certainly not smooth out of the box, but still work great with proper seasoning. Or an orbital sander.
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Are these flat? We have one that has small bumps all over the cooking area.
Did you mean "Is the cooking surface smooth?" Nope. You can see the bumps in the pics. Lodge cast iron pans are made this way. It shouldn't be a deal breaker, because they still do fine and are pre-seasoned well.

But if you hate the bumpy style, you can search eBay for ones with smooth insides. Either from sellers who have reworked them or looking for classic, antique, or other brand names.

Youtube has many vids on how to resurface Lodge pans to smooth, but it is a lot of work imo. I have both styles and they both work fine.
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"Slightly blemished.." watch out !
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"Slightly blemished.." watch out !
Of the 3 I ordered over the years, this is mostly the tip of the handle where droplets form during the pre-seasoning that then flake off, so a point with no seasoning applied, not on the cooking surface.
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Did you mean "Is the cooking surface smooth?" Nope. You can see the bumps in the pics. Lodge cast iron pans are made this way. It shouldn't be a deal breaker, because they still do fine and are pre-seasoned well.

But if you hate the bumpy style, you can search eBay for ones with smooth insides. Either from sellers who have reworked them or looking for classic, antique, or other brand names.

Youtube has many vids on how to resurface Lodge pans to smooth, but it is a lot of work imo. I have both styles and they both work fine.
Wife and I really like the idea of cast iron pans but really dislike the bumps. Think they would be easier to cook in and clean if they had a smoother cooking surface.
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FYI - modern Lodge pans SUCK right out of the box, and require a lot of finishing to make them a useful pan.

The rough surface on modern Lodge pans really sucks and their pre-seasoning is worthless. Everything sticks like crazy out of the box. Their pans aren't any good unless you take an electric sander to them and then re-season 3+ times.

That being said, I have a 10.5" Lodge skillet that I have polished and seasoned until it looks like black glass, and it's the best pan I own for searing and oven roasting.
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