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|CathyZ from Kauai||
I'd be tempted to buy the Field Skillet, Paul
Joined: Dec 10, 2005
Posted to Thread #30016 at 3:41 pm on Dec 8, 2017
It does look good.
Lodge is the brand I am most familiar with and have owned for many, many years. I LOVE the weight, the way they cook, the way they clean up. But in my book I know I must "earn" that smooth finish. It comes after years of seasoning and proper use. I wouldn't give up my big skillet for anything even if in the future I have to have my DH carry it for me. It never sticks. I think I paid $20 for it.
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- 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