Lodge Logic 12" Cast Iron Skillet

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  • Durable Cast Iron Skillet
  • Original nonstick surface
  • Made in the USA
  • About this item

    We are proud to carry on the legacy started by our great-grandfather, Joseph Lodge, as the sole American manufacturer of cast iron cookware with the Lodge Logic 12" Cast Iron Skillet. It is completely versatile and will go from the kitchen to the campfire with ease. This 12" skillet will last for decades and continue to provide excellent performance year after year. Foundry-seasoned for a natural, easy-release surface that improves with each use. This Lodge Logic cast iron skillet is the perfect choice for searing, sauteing, simmering, braising, baking, roasting and frying. The rugged cast iron construction heats slowly and evenly. Not only can you fry chicken and eggs, you can bake biscuits, cakes and breads on the Lodge Logic 12" Cast Iron Skillet! You will find it perfect for use at home on any cooking surface stovetop (electric, gas or induction), on the grill or over the campfire.

    No other cookware has the same heat retention as cast iron. Proudly made in the USA since 1896! Now let's eat!

    Lodge Logic 12" Cast Iron Skillet:

    • Measures 12" Diameter; 2" Deep
    • Foundry-seasoned and ready to use Lodge Logic cast iron skillet
    • Helper handle eases portability
    • Lodge Logic 12" Cast Iron Skillet has sturdy, integral ovenproof handles
    • Optional cast iron lid available ~ not included (Model # L1OSC3)
    • Optional glass lid available for 12" skillet ~ not included (Model# GC12)
    • Optional Pan Scraper available ~ not included (Model# SCRAPERPK)
    • Optional Silicone Hot Handle Holder available in various colors and protects hands from heat up to 450F ~ not included (Model# ASHH11 is black)
    • Optional Silicone Assist Handle available in various colors and protects hands from heat up to 450F ~ not included (Model# ASAHH11 is black)
    • Safe for cooking on all cooking surfaces: electric, gas and induction stovetops, oven, fire and grill
    • Seasoned cast iron is the originalOriginal nonstick surface
    • Cast iron is best for even heating and heat retention
    • Cast iron is an excellent source of nutritional iron
    • Natural Healthy Cooking
    • Cast iron is economical and durable
    • Makes a great gift
    • Made in the USA
    • Model# L10SK3

    To Clean and Maintain Seasoning:

    • Hand wash (add a little soap if you prefer)
    • Dry
    • Rub with cooking oil

    Specifications

    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: L10SK3
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 8.5
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 18.0 x 12.0 x 2.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1408710
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    Excellent for Cooking- Learn Cast Iron Care First
    1/11/2009

    Customer review by CathyGag

    5.0 stars by CathyGag

    This pan is amazing! I was a little skeptical at first, but with the limited budget of a grad student I just couldn't afford the pricier "kitchen gadget store" models. I'm so glad I didn't pay more! Works beautifully for fried chicken, and does a splendid job in the oven with Food Network host Alton Brown's Pan Seared Rib Eye recipe (you've got to try it in the winter when you're crazing a great steak but it's just to cold to grill)... For the amount of money it's saved me on going to a steak house or great fried chicken joint it's been well worth the money and extra time required for maintaining it. I learned the hard way... Make sure you do your research on how to properly care for cast iron before bringing this baby home and using it for the first time. Mine has been used and abused for the past three years and it's definitely starting to show... I've been told though that it should re-season beautifully and be good to go again for years to come. And just an FYI - The Lodge 12-inch cast iron skillet just received America's Test Kitchen's top score out of all the cast iron skillets they reviewed, including several models sold 'exclusively' at those fancy kitchen stores for around $100.

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    CathyGag
    Ohio
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:Longer than one year
    Gender:Female
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Once per week
    love this product
    3/11/2008

    Customer review by cheesehead4

    5.0 stars by cheesehead4

    I absolutely love this product. It is so versatile. I know in the product info it says that it is already seasoned, but I would recommend that you bake it again. What i mean is, coat it with a THIN layer of crisco (or something similar) and bake it in the oven (empty) for about 6 or 7 hours on 225 degree heat. It makes it non-stick and keeps it from drying out, repeat if necessary every few mos or so.

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    cheesehead4
    North Carolina
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Female
    Age:18 - 24
    Usage:Every day
    Love my cast iron skillet
    7/27/2010

    Customer review by ren1216

    5.0 stars by ren1216

    I wanted to use this pan for a while before writing a review so that I would have some experience to speak on. I bought this skillet about 3 months ago, after much reading and research on how to use and care for it. As everyone else has already said, this skillet turns out a far better meal than any Teflon coated pan. Searing and deglazing work beautifully in cast iron. I've cooked all kinds of things in this skillet by now, including frying foods that normally require a deep fryer. I've also made meals that start on the stove and finish in the oven, which is one of the great benefits of cast iron. Even though the Lodge products come read-to-use (pre-seasoned), I washed and seasoned mine anyway. I brushed on a light coating of canola oil (inside and out) and put it upside down on the oven rack with a cookie sheet on a lower rack to catch any drips, in a 350 degree oven for an hour, then left it to sit in there until it was cooled. As for continued maintenance, instead of washing it last like I used to do with other pans, I wash it first. I towel dry it, then set it back on a low-medium burner to heat/dry completely for about 10 mins while doing the other dishes. Thorough drying is critical to prevent rusting. Then a little canola oil on a paper towel, give it a real light coat inside, leave it on the burner another 15 mins while I finish the rest of the kitchen clean up. Really isn't that much extra work, honest. Just a minor adjustment to your clean-up routine. Definitely worth it! I love this skillet, I won't ever be without one now. I also bought the smaller 8" skillet and recently the double dutch oven. Cast iron cooks differently than Teflon, so take a little time to learn the techniques (lower heat is needed with cast iron, I over cooked a few things in the beginning). Don't be discouraged the first time or two if your food sticks just a little, the non-stick surface takes a few meals to really develop nicely, but it will. So cook a batch of bacon, maybe some burgers, and wait a few times before doing delicate things like eggs. I couldn't be happier with the Lodge product in general, Kudos to Walmart for a GREAT price and nice quality for that price. And thumbs up for the Site-To-Store service!

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    ren1216
    WI
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:3 - 4 months
    Gender:Female
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Every few days
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    by Ron 12/24/2012
    • Here's the best info on seasoning cast iron. On a new pan, I do it 4 or 5 times at 500-degrees F. You don't want to go much over 500 because at 900 or so all of the finish will burn off. I use flaxseed oil but I believe raw linseed oil will work just as well. It's available at most any hardware store - just make sure it is fresh and raw and pure and cold pressed. http://sherylcanter.com/wordpress/2010/01/a-science-based-technique-for-seasoning-cast-iron/
      by AlteRabe11/23/2014
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    • The Lodge 12" Cast Iron Skillet, as with the entire Lodge Logic collection, is electrostatically coated with a proprietary vegetable oil, and cured at high temperatures to allow the oil to deeply penetrate the surface of the cast iron. To maintain the seasoning, simply rub the clean skillet with cooking oil.
      by Lodge Product Expert11/23/2014
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    • Vegetable oil.
      by EeeMann11/15/2014
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    • whatever cooking oil you have on hand. Shortning, vegetable oil, lard, whatever you have works just fine.
      by FloridaReviewer111/15/2014
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    • When you season it just use vegetable oil. Lodge preseasons it with a proprietary (vegetable) oil
      by Chooseyourpermanentnickna11/15/2014
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    • Little cooking oil. Wipe on with a paper towel.
      by Fastdoggie11/15/2014
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    • Fat.
      by LuvDisneyMom11/15/2014
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    • It's already seasoned. You grease or spray with Pam after use and cleanup.
      by Tbays037/7/2014
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    • http://www.lodgemfg.com/ look at there web site
      by robhrobh10/13/2013
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    • I used Crisco vegetable oil. I coated the entire skillet (inside and out) with a nice light coat. Then, Placed it in an oven at 350 degrees for an hour and half. I let it cool in the oven and removed. After each use, I wash it with hot water and and a stiff brush. Dry thoroughly, then add a few drops of vegetable oil to the inside to keep it in good shape for next use. I'm told, if cared for in this way, the non-stick quality gets better and better.
      by georgetoon11/15/2014
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    by an anonymous customer 9/2/2011
    • Yes, you can absolutely use a lid on the 12" Lodge Cast Iron Skillet and the other cast iron skillets in the collection as well. The 12" Cast Iron Cover (L8IC3) and the 12" Tempered Glass Cover (GC12) were designed to fit the 12" skillets and the corresponding sized Dutch Ovens. Lodge offers varying sizes of cast iron and glass covers.
      by Lodge Product Expert1/17/2014
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    • yes as long as it is oven safe
      by sorlyboy1/2/2013
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    • Yes, you can use a lid. There is a book I got with one of the cast iron skillets I just bought and it lists the different lids that go with the different sized pans. They are also preseasoned.
      by Nightwinds12/19/2012
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    • If you can find a lid that fits, by all means USE IT.
      by lottajoy12/17/2012
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    • Yes,they got a lid for all sizes.
      by Longtime2cum11/4/2012
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    • yes, why not? If it fits. Most of the castiron pots come with lids, but not the frying pans.
      by SHELLLS10/26/2012
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    • Yes, you can use a lid on cast iron skillets. I use a lid from one of my Calphalon pans and it works great.
      by Wondergoddess10/26/2012
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    • Yes, a standard 12" lid will fit but steam will escape from the pour spouts on either side of the cast iron skillet.
      by EeeMann4/26/2013
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    • yes
      by Klassiest9/5/2012
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    • yes
      by Irvinaaaa2/4/2012
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    I heard that USA made cast iron was pre-seasoned with food grade wax, like non-organic apples. However, people smart enough to avoid fluoride and avoid teflon would not want this wax LOL.
    by spystyle 12/5/2011
    • No, Lodge does not use wax to pre-season their products. They use a vegetable oil derived from soy bean.
      by Lodge Product Expert11/1/2014
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    • Logic website claims they use a proprietary vegetable oil. I suggest you call them, they could use a good laugh.
      by Chooseyourpermanentnickna6/3/2013
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    • no with oil
      by sorlyboy1/2/2013
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    • They use vegetable oil http://www.lodgemfg.com/seasoned-cast-iron?A=SearchResult&SearchID=3269979&ObjectID=57251&ObjectType=26
      by Nightwinds12/19/2012
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    • Although the LODGE is described as "PRE-SEASONED" I contacted the company who said it is NO LONGER seasoning their skillets. You will be in charge of doing that, and Olive oil is what I use with great results. I tried CRISCO, but it made the skillet pan sticky to the touch and who wants that?
      by lottajoy12/17/2012
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    • I received mine preseasoned with oils. not wax.
      by SHELLLS10/26/2012
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    • I used to 'season' mine with olive oil. Now I just wash the thing and dry it and use the olive oil when I am ready to cook in it.
      by Howdahtravel10/22/2012
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    • no generally the 'season' technique of a cast iron pan is with oilive oil. First time use: spread thinly, cook over stove top cool wash with sponge and dish detergent and rinse DRY on Stove Top flame for 1 minute. Store in oven to keep it dry. Pan will never rust if cleaned and dried in this way. Will last a lifetime.
      by Klassiest12/3/2013
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    • I have to ask - why are you smart if you avoid fluoride? You need fluoride for proper formation of teeth enamel. Avoiding fluoride is not a good idea. Cast iron is seasoned with oil and salt - not a wax. that is ridiculous.
      by Curlykel3110/22/2012
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    • The wax it to prevent rusting until customer can season it properly. Wash the wax off.
      by 12ussell2/16/2012
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