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The Camp Chef Crater Lake 14" Cast Iron Skillet has a seasoned finish that is ready to cook on right away. With durable Camp Chef Skillet, there's no need to season the pan yourself before you use it. The skillet features a beautiful Crater Lake scene commemorating 100 years of America's National Parks. Cast iron is known for its excellent cooking properties, so you'll be able to fry, saute and roast without the food sticking to the pan. Clean-up is also a snap with the Camp Chef Skillet. The 14" skillet has a handle to match its size along with an end grab handle, so you can lift it with two hands.
Camp Chef Crater Lake 14" Cast Iron Skillet:
- Seasoned finish is ready to cook
- Large handle and end grab handle for dual-hand control
- Beautiful Crater Lake graphic cast into base
- 100 Year National Park Commemorative Edition
- Cooks Illustrated Best Buy, August 2007
- Measures: 15"L x 20"W x 2"H
- Model# SK-14
|Battery Type:||Does Not Contain a Battery|
|Multi Pack Indicator:||No|
|Shipping Weight (in pounds):||9.05|
|Product in Inches (L x W x H):||15.0 x 20.0 x 2.0|
|Assembled in Country of Origin:||Imported|
|Origin of Components:||Imported|
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- I deal in antique cast iron cook wear and if you have a new skillet it will take years to properly season to wear food will not stick. To help the process you can use Crisco shortening and apply on the inside and out liberailly and place in warm oven of about 200* and bake for about an hour. Wipe off excess grease while skillet is still warm. Store in a dry location.by antiquers5/24/2013Was this answer helpful? (2) (0)Was this answer helpful?
- This skillet comes pre-seasoned. I know this simply because it it black in color. Most cast iron is sold pre-seasoned for you nowadays. In the old days, you would run shortning all over the cast iron bake it in your oven on high until it turned black like this. You will need to care for it properly, however. Only use soap on it if you really have to in order to get it clean. After washing, either hand dry completely or better yet, turn your stove eye on high. place the skillet on the eye until it is dry. They spray a little cooking spray on it or wipe the surface with oil. It is important to keep the surface, both inside and out, lightly greased to prevent rust. If it happens to rust they you would have to clean it with steel wool and re-season. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.by Amessnger5/24/2013Was this answer helpful? (3) (0)Was this answer helpful?