Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: Lodge 10.25" Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet $22.19 (regularly $35.00) Get a Lodge 10.25" Cast Iron Skillet for $23!

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Get a pan that'll last for decades from Amazon.ca, because you can get a Lodge 10.25" Cast Iron Skillet for $22.19 (regularly $35.00) -- a savings of $12.81!

A must-have in kitchens of all sizes, this cast iron skillet is pre-seasoned and can be used with ceramic, electric, gas and induction cooktops -- for comparison, the same pan is currently priced for $34.97 at Walmart. Other features include:

  • Two pouring lips and helper handle
  • The right tool to sear, sauté, bake, broil, braise, fry
  • Brutally tough for decades of cooking
  • Seasoned for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
  • Use in the oven, on the stove, on the grill or over the campfire

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    • Absolutely love mine and this is a great price!
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    • CD had the 12 inch for 19.99?
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    • Sorry which store does CD stand for, sorry about that I'm still somewhat new to rfd and don't know all the acronyms for stores.
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    • kangarooz wrote: CD had the 12 inch for 19.99?
      You mean Canadian Tire with the 12" Master Chef pan?

      This is a better pan.
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    • Great deal for the 10.25" + egg ring also. Only $66!
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    • Ordered one, thx op
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    • kfunluc wrote: You mean Canadian Tire with the 12" Master Chef pan?

      This is a better pan.
      And why is this a better pan?
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    • weedb0y wrote: And why is this a better pan?
      I would say better finish and seasoning but I suppose most people wouldn't care. At the end of the day I'm sure your food will taste the same ;)
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    • Ugh why oh why did I buy the Lagostina cast iron pan for 30$ last year

      Turned out to be garbage and got a bunch of rust on it after first use :'(
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    • AnujS699 wrote: Ugh why oh why did I buy the Lagostina cast iron pan for 30$ last year

      Turned out to be garbage and got a bunch of rust on it after first use :'(
      You can get the rust off of cast iron, and, I suspect the Lodge will rust if not taken care of properly either.
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    • I got the Canadian Tire 12" one for 19.99. Is this one better?
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    • In for one, thanks OP
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    • Good price, but just be aware that 12" is what I would call "full-size", and this is 10.25".
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    • AnujS699 wrote: Ugh why oh why did I buy the Lagostina cast iron pan for 30$ last year

      Turned out to be garbage and got a bunch of rust on it after first use :'(
      All CI will rust if not seasoned and dried well after each use. Likely salvagable if you still have it, simply by cleaning well and reseasoning. May take a few rounds in the oven to build up the seasoning.
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    • jrshopper wrote: All CI will rust if not seasoned and dried well after each use. Likely salvagable if you still have it, simply by cleaning well and reseasoning. May take a few rounds in the oven to build up the seasoning.
      Many videos on youtube on how to restore a rusted cast iron pan. It is very simple!
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    • Good find. I bought the Lodge reversible grill a couple of weeks ago because I didn’t have anything cast iron for searing meats and grilling veggies. I have a glass stove top so what can I do on the pan that my reversible grill won’t do? Can someone help my FOMO?
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    • Good price...the 12" is a better size IMO.

      Alternatively if I had a choice, I'd look to buy the dutch oven/fry pan combo. The combo could be used to bake bread, you could bake a chicken in it and use the skillet pan as a serving dish etc. Added to that, because there is no long handle, I could even put it into my toaster oven (if you have a larger capacity one).

      https://www.amazon.ca/Lodge-L8DD3-5-Qua ... ore&sr=1-6
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    • About to take my steaks to another level. Thanks OP! In for one!
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    • mingo-jones wrote: Good find. I bought the Lodge reversible grill a couple of weeks ago because I didn’t have anything cast iron for searing meats and grilling veggies. I have a glass stove top so what can I do on the pan that my reversible grill won’t do? Can someone help my FOMO?
      The main thing that comes to mind is the liquids/grease splatter control that a pan would give but you get much more surface area with the griddle (i.e. making a bunch of grilled cheeses at once)
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