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Victoria 12" Cast Iron Skillet or 10" Cast Iron Deep Grill Pan EXPIRED

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Reviews say these have a smoother finish than Lodge pans and the 12 in. is 1 lb lighter than the Lodge 12 in., in case it matters to you.
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I have the 12 inch and a Lodge 12 inch. Both are great. The handle is significantly better on the Victoria.
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I have the 12 inch and a Lodge 12 inch. Both are great. The handle is significantly better on the Victoria.
Is the finish on this smoother than the Lodge?
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Is the finish on this smoother than the Lodge?
read the thread...
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Description says imported. That's fine or irrelevant for some things... but here I'm sticking with Lodge.
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Any deal on griddle pan?
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Reviews say these have a smoother finish than Lodge pans and the 12 in. is 1 lb lighter than the Lodge 12 in., in case it matters to you.
Been thinking of finally getting a cast iron skillet. What does have a smoother (or rougher?) finish entail? Is there a benefit with one over the other?
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Is this bulletproof? PUBG
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Description says imported. That's fine or irrelevant for some things... but here I'm sticking with Lodge.
Ya I agree No chi com cast iron, go Lodge or go home! Well until they outsource like Weber didMad
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Been thinking of finally getting a cast iron skillet. What does have a smoother (or rougher?) finish? Is there a benefit with over over the other?
Typically a smooth finish is best. Vintage cast iron is known to have smooth finishes and are still collected and use to this day because it preferred. Now company's cast iron have rough bottoms because most come pre season for immediate use. The grooves are needed for the oils to stick on. The vintage stuff take a little more work but I prefer them. With that being said even though one might be a little smooth they both still have rough bottoms. IMO like a previous commenter mention I would probably buy American but that probably just Psychological. Unless it vintage then US made is a must
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Is the finish on this smoother than the Lodge?
Intially to me the Victoria seemed a bit rougher, but the seasoning builds up better and it had become more nonstick than the Lodge.
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New to cast iron. What is the best way to protect a glass-top stove when using the cast iron? Can you use a diffuser and still cook w/high heat?
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The 8 and 10 inch skillets have a $10 and $12 rebate respectively
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