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Lodge Logic 10.25 / 12 in. Seasoned Skillet with Assist Handle

Item # HN-LODG064

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Lodge
Material
Cast Iron
Dishwasher Safe
No
Cookware Series
Lodge Cast Iron
Lid Included
No
Size Code
10.25, 12
Color
Black

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  • Cast-iron skillet with assist handle cooks evenly with no hot spots
  • 10.25- or 12-inch diameter, 2-inch depth
  • Pre-seasoned for your convenience
  • Made in America
  • Lifetime manufacturer's warranty included
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Lodge Logic 10.25 / 12 in. Seasoned Skillet with Assist Handle
 
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        11 Questions About This Product
        Q: "Do you make a 30" skillet?"
        A: I am sorry, but Lodge does not make skillets that large. I do not have a cast iron manufacturer that accommodates so large a request.
        Q: "Hello , I would like to know if any animal biproducts are used in the seasoning of this skillet? Also ,what is the depth of this item?"
        A: When Lodge seasons a pan they use a combination of vegetable oils for the process.
        Q: "I own a Logic skillet. I would like to know the proper way to store and keep it clean? Thank you?"
        A: Here is the information from Lodge's internet site: Store in a cool, dry place. If you have a lid for your utensil, place a folded paper towel between the lid and the utensil to allow air to circulate. If your utensil develops a metallic smell or taste or shows signs of rust, never fear. Wash with soap and hot water, scour off rust, and reseason. After use: Clean using a stiff brush and hot water only (do not wash in dishwasher). Towel dry immediately and apply a light coating of vegetable oil to cookware while still warm.
        Q: "Is there a difference in quality of cast iron skillets? Do you get what you pay for?"
        A: That is a good question, and one I had to research. From what I found there does seem to be small differneces in the quality of different cast iron manufacturers. The differences would lie in the formulas used in the metal composition, the thickness of the walls of the pan, and the quality of the seasoning (if the pan comes seasoned). Our Lodge line is our best selling cast iron product. We sell equal amounts of the seasoned and unseasoned.
        Q: "Can the pans go from the stovetop right into the over"
        A: Yes, Lodge cast iron can go directly from the stovetop into the oven. Do be very careful as the cast iron gets very hot, and the handle will retain the heat for a long time. Lodge recommends using their hot handle holders, or the max temp oven mitts, when handling their cookware. For your convenience I have included links to our site for these two items and well as the skillet. http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Logic_Seasoned_Logic_Skillet_12_Inch_10977.html http://www.pans.com/series/series_1683.html
        Q: "I would like to know the exact dimensions (esp. height) of the 12" skillet. Thank you"
        A: Here are the demensions of the 12 inch skillet to the best of my abilities: Internal Diameter: 11 3/4 Inch External Diameter: 12 1/8 Inch External Height: 2 1/4 Inch Internal Height: 2 1/8 Inch Internal Bottom Diameter: 10 1/8 Inch
        Q: "How would I purchase a replacement Magnalite skillet handle mitt? It originally came with my Cast Iron Cookware for Dummies package. What is the cost, and is it sold seperately? Thank you?"
        A: I am not certian which mitt style you had, so I am including a few links to our site featuring Lodge's different options. All of these are available to be purchased separately. http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Hot_Handle_Holder_Set_1554.html http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Hot_Handle_Holder_Set_20642.html http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Max_Temp_Oven_Mitt_27738.html
        Q: "I would like to buy a cast iron skillet with wedges. Do you have this?"
        A: I think the Lodge Cornbread skillet is what you are looking for. I have included the link to our site which features this item for your convenience. If this is not what you had intended please send me another email. http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Cornbread_Skillet_10961.html
        Q: "Do you have a cover for the Lodge 12 inch cast iron skillet?"
        A: Yes, Lodge does make a lid for their 12 inch skillets. For your convenience I have included a link to our site which features this item. http://www.pans.com/products/Lodge_Logic_Seasoned_Self-Basting_Cast_Iron_Cover_12_Inch_11403.html
        Q: "Can cast iron be used on smooth electric cook top stove without damage to the stove?"
        A: Yes, cast iron can be used safely on ceramic stoves; the user just needs to be extremely careful not to drag the pan across the stove or drop the pan onto the stove. Doing either will damage your cooktop.
        Q: "what is the proper way to season a cast iron skillet"
        A: Here is what Lodge has to say about seas[oning their cast iron products: Use & Care of your Natural Finish Lodge Cast Iron Cookware Your new cookware will last a lifetime with proper care and seasoning. Seasoning is the process of allowing oil to be absorbed into the iron, which creates a natural non-stick, rustproof finish. It is actually a very simple process. Here's how to do it: 1. Wash new cookware with hot, soapy water and a stiff brush. 2. Rinse and dry completely. 3. Apply a thin coat of melted vegetable shortening (i.e. Crisco) to the entire surface (including lid if applicable), both inside and out. 4. Line the lower oven rack with aluminum foil (To catch any drippings), and preheat oven to 350° F. 5. Place cookware upside down on the upper oven rack, and bake for one hour. 6. Turn oven off and let cookware cool before removing from oven. 7. Store in a cool, dry place. If you have a lid for your utensil, place a folded paper towel between the lid and the utensil to allow air to circulate. 8. NEVER wash in dishwasher. 9. If your utensil develops a metallic smell or taste or shows signs of rust, never fear. Wash with soap and hot water, scour off rust, and reseason. After use: Clean using a stiff brush and hot water only (do not wash in dishwasher). Towel dry immediately and apply a light coating of vegetable oil to cookware while still warm.
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