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also I've looked at a few other manufacturers
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Posted to Thread #30016 at 11:06 pm on Dec 7, 2017
I try to buy Made in the USA. Lodge is the default and has good products at reasonable prices.
A lot of the contemporary cast iron just aren't very good (several made in China). The interior surface is so rough that it does not hold seasoning well and they are harder to clean when the surface is so rough.
I found this other company that offers the smoother interior surface. Also newer company Made in the USA.
Link: Stargazer Cast Iron
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- also I've looked at a few other manufacturers [LINK] [IMAGE] - pmassell_93 - 11:06pm on 12/07/17
- I really recommend shopping flea markets and looking for bad looking skillets - Charley - 11:40pm on 12/07/17
- I have a growing collection from doing that - pmassell_93 - 2:17am on 12/08/17
- My old ones are heavy but REALLY smooth inside. Unfortunately maybe the ones - Charley - 12:03pm on 12/08/17
- Interesting you mention "lighter".... I love cast iron; not just the seasoning, cooking, but also - barb_b - 1:34pm on 12/08/17
- The ones with "helper handles" really make a difference, particularly if they - Charley - 1:42pm on 12/08/17
- I'm trying the carbon steel pans as an alternative. They are about half the weight and... - Michael in Phoenix - 2:40pm on 12/08/17
- I'd be tempted to buy the Field Skillet, Paul - CathyZ from Kauai - 3:41pm on 12/08/17
- Here's another to choose from - Charley - 10:39pm on 12/13/17