Lodge seasoned cast iron cookware is available in a wide array of styles from traditional to exotic. There are 3 kinds of Lodge seasoned cast iron cookware; Logic, Pro Logic and Signature. The all have the same seasoned cast iron but differ in styling. The Signature cookware has stainless steel handles. Lodge has a system for pre-seasoning cookware that they developed in 2002. Normally, cast iron sticks and is not considered to produce foods that cook as well, or taste as great until countless meals produce a black, rich patina on the bottom. Lodge duplicates that affect by spraying vegetable oil and cooking it in a high temperature gas oven.
The best way to care for this cookware is to remember that it’s iron. After cooking clean with a stiff nylon brush and hot water, soap is not recommended and detergents should not be used at all. Cloth towel dry immediately and apply a bit of oil while it’s still warm.
Lodge Seasoned Cast Iron comes from a family business that still operates out of the tiny Appalachian community of South Pittsburg , Tennessee where they were founded in 1896. Lodge Cast Iron produces the most extensive selection of high quality cast iron goods on the market. The company prides itself on its eco-friendly practices that include recycling and even planting trees. Prices are affordable, and their products are so durable that many of their skillets, Dutch ovens and griddles made over 100 years ago are still in use today.
Made in the USA. Sturdy. Lodge cookware can last for generations.
Lodge Seasoned Cast Iron Cookware
If you need to season your Lodge seasoned cast iron cookware, please see the article on How to Season Cast Iron Cookware.
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