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Amazon currently has the Lodge Cast Iron 2-handle 12" skillet for $19.92.

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I prefer the size for grilling pizzas or cooking several hamburgers or a few large steaks (so there's more room to flip them). I prefer the 2-handle as they take up less space (storing and on the grill) and I just find them easier to move.

Note: the item is in stock July 10. I was able to get $1.50 digital credit for each of my two orders for selecting slow shipping.

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Got one thanks
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Has been at this price for a few months.
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This has not expired. It's still available from Amazon at the price indicated.
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So you have to use pot holders to use this? I don't see the big benefit of this style
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So you have to use pot holders to use this? I don't see the big benefit of this style
I use potholders with any cast iron skillet. I prefer not having the long handle so I can put a few on the grill when making pizzas (and not have to worry about accidentally burning my arm on the handle of one) and lifting a 12" iron skillet by the long handle - even with the short "helper" handle is a strain on one's wrist (even without food in it).
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Has been at this price for a few months.
Per the camel that is tripled the price has bounced between $20 - $40 at least 5 times in the last 30 days. So, this can serve as notice to those who want one without paying the $40 price (which might be a Summer gouge) that they can get one at the $20 price point.
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Cast iron is where it's at!

We've used our 12" Lodge more than all our Calphalon SS set combined.

I would highly encourage people use them. You don't have to be gentle with them either like some people claim. Wash them with soap when you feel like it. Just dry them off once rinsed to minimize surface rust.
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lifting a 12" iron skillet by the long handle - even with the short "helper" handle is a strain on one's wrist (even without food in it).
Having arthritic fingers/thumbs I can certainly appreciate the point you make.
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Cast iron is where it's at!

We've used our 12" Lodge more than all our Calphalon SS set combined.

I would highly encourage people use them. You don't have to be gentle with them either like some people claim. Wash them with soap when you feel like it. Just dry them off once rinsed to minimize surface rust.
I have a 10" Fry pan,, dutch oven, and lid set. We also have a nice Matfer 10" Carbon Steel pan. All of them are seasoned nicely at this point.

My Lodge 10" Fry pan gets the most use and has a great nonstick coating at this point. I just hit it with spray oil each time I clean it out and it stays perfect.

Thinking the 12" would be nice to have, we are always running out of room when we do larger cooks.
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Just to add, if you have a Chase Freedom (maybe other chase cards too) tomorrow starts 5% cash back at Amazon
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I have a 10" Fry pan,, dutch oven, and lid set. We also have a nice Matfer 10" Carbon Steel pan. All of them are seasoned nicely at this point.

My Lodge 10" Fry pan gets the most use and has a great nonstick coating at this point. I just hit it with spray oil each time I clean it out and it stays perfect.

Thinking the 12" would be nice to have, we are always running out of room when we do larger cooks.
12" has treated us well.

We have the 7qt lodge raw cast iron Dutch oven. Bonus, the lid from the 7qt fits perfectly on the 12" pan.
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I have a 10" Fry pan,, dutch oven, and lid set. We also have a nice Matfer 10" Carbon Steel pan. All of them are seasoned nicely at this point.

My Lodge 10" Fry pan gets the most use and has a great nonstick coating at this point. I just hit it with spray oil each time I clean it out and it stays perfect.

Thinking the 12" would be nice to have, we are always running out of room when we do larger cooks.
Spraying oil on it is great, using the canned spray oil (ieStick Out Tongueam) will in time leave a sticky residue due to the Soy Lecithin found in them.
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Cast iron is where it's at!

We've used our 12" Lodge more than all our Calphalon SS set combined.

I would highly encourage people use them. You don't have to be gentle with them either like some people claim. Wash them with soap when you feel like it. Just dry them off once rinsed to minimize surface rust.
Dry them off and oil them. If you only dry them off (no matter how much you dry) you're gonna get rust.
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Anyone know if this can be used on a charcoal grill?
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