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12.25" Jim Beam 3-in-1 Cast Iron Skillet w/ Double Sided Grill EXPIRED

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Woot has 12.25" Jim Beam 3-in-1 Cast Iron Skillet w/ Double Sided Grill for $24.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime (must login with your Amazon account) otherwise shipping is a flat rate of $6.

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  • Skillet without the lid: 12.25" x 10" x 2"
  • Skillet including lid: 12.25" x 10" x 2.5"
  • Pre-seasoned cast iron skillet
  • Can be used over any heating source

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I would avoid this. If you want a regular cast iron skillet, get a Lodge. As far as the griddle, keep in mind griddles are quite difficult to clean and be prepared for your house to get filled with smoke if you plan on using it inside.
Wow ROUGHER than lodge. Woof.
Very Poor quality compared to lodge. The finish is hella rough

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I would avoid this. If you want a regular cast iron skillet, get a Lodge. As far as the griddle, keep in mind griddles are quite difficult to clean and be prepared for your house to get filled with smoke if you plan on using it inside.
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When I think "cast iron skillet", that is not what comes to mind. But it probably works fine and probably great for camping.
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Very Poor quality compared to lodge. The finish is hella rough
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Very Poor quality compared to lodge. The finish is hella rough
Wow ROUGHER than lodge. Woof.
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this thing makes me thirsty
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Where do you put the Jim Beam on this?
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Would have been useful on my portable grill, but when I add to cart...

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I would avoid this. If you want a regular cast iron skillet, get a Lodge. As far as the griddle, keep in mind griddles are quite difficult to clean and be prepared for your house to get filled with smoke if you plan on using it inside.
I recently bought a Lodge and my house gets filled with smoke when I cook with it. What the heck am I doing wrong? I use canola oil and I keep turning the heat down. I am now at 5 on my electric stove (it goes to 10) and if I go below that, it will take forever to fry anything. I never had this much smoke with teflon and I cooked at 6 on the stove.
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This is ideal for outdoor use over a campfire. Alternatively it would be awesome over a Blackstone grill. Think grilled onions and peppers and don't forget the steak and chicken.....yummy
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I recently bought a Lodge and my house gets filled with smoke when I cook with it. What the heck am I doing wrong? I use canola oil and I keep turning the heat down. I am now at 5 on my electric stove (it goes to 10) and if I go below that, it will take forever to fry anything. I never had this much smoke with teflon and I cooked at 6 on the stove.
By "frying" are you talking deep fry or shallow fry? The way you do the two are very different. If you're deep frying you really should be using a thermometer to make sure your oil isn't getting too hot. If you're shallow frying, keep in mind with cast iron it usually takes forever to heat up but once hot, retains heat longer. You usually don't need to turn up your stove as much. My electric stove has warm, low, medium (3 settings), med high (three settings), and high. I usually cook in the medium range after allowing the pan plenty of time to preheat. While cooking on medium I might get a tiny bit of smoking, but not much. The only time I go higher is to sear meats (lots of smoke), but I'm not constantly searing. Also if your pan isn't as full it will be more likely to smoke in the medium high temps because the empty spots of the pan get hotter than the spots that have food.
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good deal. I love having a set of these cheaper cast irons for outdoor cooking. I have a small lodge skillet + a random brand griddle/grill combo + a charcoal basket that i just keep in my weber.

having a few of these pans you dont care much about gives you a bit more versatility in prepping other things while grilling. things like sliced potatoes, diced onions, julienne peppers, etc.
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