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Cookware: 7.5-Qt Covered Wok, Cast Iron 10" Grill Pan or 12" Skillet & More EXPIRED

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Macy's has select Kitchen Cookware for $9.99 after $10 Rebate. Select in-store pick-up where available, otherwise Shipping is free on $49+. Thanks daisybeetle
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For those who never heard of Victoria cast iron:

Victoria is a company that is out of Medellin, Colombia and has been in business since 1939. They have actually bought manufacturing equipment from Le Creuset and if you notice the pan designs are very similar. The finish on the Victoria pans are noticeably smoother than any of my new Lodge's. Only my old cast iron (Wagners and BSR's) are smoother.

Another reason I like the Victoria pan over the Lodge, is the handles. On the 12", the primary handle is much longer and is easy to use with one or two hands. The helper handle is also larger than the Lodge's. The weight is 1 pound less than the comparable Lodge's and the pour spouts have a wide flare and are well designed.
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For those who never heard of Victoria cast iron:

Victoria is a company that is out of Medellin, Colombia and has been in business since 1939. They have actually bought manufacturing equipment from Le Creuset and if you notice the pan designs are very similar. The finish on the Victoria pans are noticeably smoother than any of my new Lodge's. Only my old cast iron (Wagners and BSR's) are smoother.

Another reason I like the Victoria pan over the Lodge, is the handles. On the 12", the primary handle is much longer and is easy to use with one or two hands. The helper handle is also larger than the Lodge's. The weight is 1 pound less than the comparable Lodge's and the pour spouts have a wide flare and are well designed.
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Cast iron work with induction cooktop right?
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Cast iron work with induction cooktop right?
Works awesome. I just got done cooling 3 lbs of bacon with my lodge square grill pan. Normally I would have to set my induction cooktop to 7 1/2 when cooking bacon on my cheapo Circulon pans but with cast iron I can take it down to 5 1/2 on the setting. I'm always afraid of scratching or dropping it on my cooktop though.

Honestly, if you guys want cast iron skillets, get a vintage Griswold from eBay. Nothing will compare in smooth finish for less than $150 new. (Just make sure it doesn't have a heat ring though, that's for wood stoves)
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No heat ring on the Victoria cast iron skillet. Pass.
What's a heat ring?
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I have the 12" I bought on Amazon, one of my favorites.
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What's a heat ring?
The heat ring is the small rim around the outside of the bottom of many (usually earlier) skillets and some other pieces. Its purpose is to raise the pan's bottom slightly from the old wood range cooktop so as to equalize heat.
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I like my Victoria cast iron more than my Lodge cast iron. Smoother finish. Better seasoning from the factory.
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No heat ring on the Victoria cast iron skillet. Pass.
I have a lodge CI pan, has an indented ring on the bottom of the pan. I purchased the Victoria as a gift for a friend. As far as heat application goes compared to the Victoria, I don't believe there is a difference, since both models have flat bottoms. The Victoria is a very good entry level CI pan, it comes well seasoned and is lighter than a new lodge of the same size, without sacrificing durability.
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Does anyone have any experience w/ the Blue Diamond pan?
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What's with Macy's?? Trying to fend off bankruptcy???
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How many hits with the 12 inch to really mash someones brains?
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Does anyone have any experience w/ the Blue Diamond pan?
I received one as a gift. The pans I have are Tri-Ply, Anondized Alum, or Cast Iron and I use each for different purpose. I'm careful with the aluminum pan because it can seep chemicals. The blue diamond is the most non stick pan I've used and it claims you can use metal utensils and no chemicals will seep from the pan. So far so good!
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