Lodge Logic 8" 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 8" Cast Iron Skillet. It is completely versatile and will go from the kitchen to the campfire with ease. The Lodge Logic 8" Cast Iron 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 must have kitchen tool 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!

    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 8" Cast Iron Skillet:

    • The kitchen skillet measures: 8" Diameter; 1-3/4" Deep
    • Foundry-seasoned and ready to use
    • The Lodge Logic 8" Cast Iron Skillet has sturdy integral ovenproof handles
    • The kitchen skillet is safe for cooking on all cooking surfaces: electric, gas and induction stovetops, oven, fire and grill
    • Cast iron is the original nonstick surface
    • Cast iron is best for even heating and heat retention
    • Cast iron is an excellent source of nutritional iron
    • Non Stick Cast Iron Skillet is economical and durable
    • Optional cast iron lid available ~ not included (Model# L5IC3)
    • Optional Pan Scraper available ~ not included (Model# SCRAPERPK)
    • Optional Silicone Hot Handle Holder is available in various colors and protects hands from heat up to 450F ~ not included (Model# ASHH11 is black)
    • The Lodge Logic cast iron skillet makes a great gift
    • Made in the USA
    • 8" Lodge Logic Cast Iron Skillet Model# L5SK3 To Clean and Maintain Seasoning:
    • Hand wash (add a little soap if you prefer)
    • Dry
    • Rub the Lodge Logic cast iron skillet with cooking oil

    Specifications

    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: L5SK3
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 3.35
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 12.75 x 8.75 x 1.93
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 1487543
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    Customer Reviews | 100 reviews | 4.6 out of 5

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    great skillet
    1/17/2008

    Customer review by love2eat

    5.0 stars by love2eat

    I love this skillet. It cooks meat very well and fast. It is a great skillet. My husband and I bought a set of cast iron cookwear from Walmart and love them all. We recycled out old pans. We will only use cast iron. They are so easy to clean and then after I scrub and rinse with warm water I set it back on the oven on low to dry then put a coat of veg. oil on.

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    love2eat
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Best tool in the kitchen
    10/5/2009

    Customer review by sosinchi

    5.0 stars by sosinchi

    I use my cast iron skillet at least 3-5/week. For the cost, this is one of the best investments you can make for your kitchen. I've had mine about 5 years and after years of use and seasoning its even better than the day I bought it. Cast iron does require a little care so you should learn how to properly season it. It's worth the effort because, unlike the cheap pans with the non-stick coating the begins scratching off after a few uses, this will last you for many years.

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    sosinchi
    Chicago, IL
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Gender:Male
    Age:25 - 34
    Usage:Every few days
    granma's fry pan
    12/30/2007

    Customer review by littlehouse

    5.0 stars by littlehouse

    My son (my chef) had to go along when I picked this up from site to store. He was concerned for the weight and thickness of a low cost cast iron skillet. I was pleased he approved it and surprised that it is just like Grandma's from so many years ago. Now we have just the right pan to cook eggs at breakfast. I'm confident it will hold up wonderfully over time. If I leave this world without much I can pass on this skillet.

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    littlehouse
    stevensville, mi
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:Every day
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    by an anonymous customer 8/11/2012
    • Nope, its made in the USA.
      by MrsRegalado11/16/2014
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    • This skillet, along with the entire Lodge Logic collection is manufactured in South Pittsburgh, Tennessee. Lodge is the sole American cast iron cookware manufacturer and has been providing durable, quality cast iron cookware since 1896!
      by LoriClinger11/5/2014
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    • no my was maid in the good old U S A
      by leeboy19374/3/2013
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    • No it is not made in China. Right here in the USA
      by Racerking2/26/2013
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    • The Lodge cast iron is made in the USA, HOWEVER the enameled Lodge IS MADE IN CHINA.
      by whydoyouneed11/16/2014
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    • USA made Lodge skillet.
      by WagIn1/7/2013
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    • Lodge used to be made in the USA and it is stamped Lodge USA on the bottom of the pan but when I ordered Dell USA I reached India so in today's market situation your guess is as good as mine So sad that many of our companies say USA but are manufactured off shore Sorry I could not give you a difinative answer
      by charit25310/18/2013
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    • Lodge is made in USA
      by Pawtracks9/28/2012
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    • NO, IT IS MADE IN THE USA! I WONDERED THE SAME THING BEFORE IT ARRIVED AT MY DOOR AND LABEL WITH BRAND STATED SO.
      by salemsmom9/27/2012
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    • No. According to the material and advertising it is made in America. Just like the ones we grew up with.
      by dreamin91/7/2013
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    I know you must dry item after cleaning (without soap?) & season it immediately, but if I wanted to poach an egg in water, how long can I be lazy and not wash the pan, (in case I am running out the door)? A whole day? Thanks. Just so worried about ruining the pan,
    by stuck 1/19/2013
    • I don't think this is the best pan for poaching an egg, however I would use salt, by itself, to remove the egg residue. You can put it in the oven later that day for about 10 min on 450 to make sure everything is burned off. Iron skillets should not be left to sit in water as they will rust. They should never be taken off a hot stove or oven and put into water. At the very least it can warp the pan. At the worst they can explode. I know someone that happened to.
      by angela17178/9/2014
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    • quite honestly, I would not use this sort of skillet for poaching an egg, it is more for baking or frying. Boiling will remove the oil finish which makes it non-stick but as long as you pour off the water and leave it sitting dry, it should be fine. You can contact the manufacturer at info@lodgemfg.com or call 423-837-7181 and they can give you the best guidance
      by iglover3/5/2014
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    • If you are pressed for time don't wash it but wash it before you next use it. If you would rather not leave it dirty you must dry it immediately otherwise it will rust if left for any time more than a few minutes. I learned that the hard way. One of the things Lodge could do to help new owners is to specify that the stove burner should not be higher than medium heat. I also learned that the hard way. High heat tends to burn off the seasoning.
      by FirstBetta1/23/2014
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    • it takes seconds to clean it, would not leave it in water longer than 4 hrs, and yes you can use soap
      by mom717310/3/2014
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    • A day or 2 should be fine. I've gone on vacation and come home to find my husband has left a dirty cast iron skillet for up to 5 days on the kitchen sink. I just scrub it really well (with a cloth or paper towel) after letting it soak in boiling water (sometimes soaking 2-3 times), let it air-dry and finally, I season it with olive oil. I haven't had any problems with this regimen so far.
      by LMOS12/1/2013
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    • I would not leave the water in the pan all day. My experience is to clean up within an hour of use.
      by Sunscape11/18/2013
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    • you can not hurt this pan all you need to do is wash it put oil in it and smear it all over it and take a paper towel and wipe out the exile oil and you finish to the next time you need it and event if it get rust in it just wash and oil it will be fine
      by leeboy19374/3/2013
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    • Do not let water set in this pan. Pour the water out, wipe it with a paper towel. Then another with some oil on it. Only takes 15 sec.
      by Racerking11/10/2014
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