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Kitchen Craft Deluxe Cast Iron Grill Pan Square 23cm £7.99 @ Amazon

£7.99 @ Amazon
Posted for the ones that missed the £4.88 one. This is still such a great deal and you get the deluxe version. * Dry fry pan, no oils or fat required when cooking, ridged base for healt… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Posted for the ones that missed the £4.88 one. This is still such a great deal and you get the deluxe version.



* Dry fry pan, no oils or fat required when cooking, ridged base for healthier cooking
* Cast iron, highly durable allows an even heat distribution
* Coated pan builds its own non-stick surface
* Suitable for use on all types of hobs including induction
* 15 Year guarantee, Size - 23cm

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#1
Got one, Mum wants one so will be a great Christmas gift. Taa.
#2
yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.
#3
SkilledNutter
yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.
#4
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.


WOW really? You know I never knew that. *Sarcasm off*
#5
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.


WOW really? You know I never knew that. *Sarcasm off*


Think someone needs to get out more. Logging into facebook isnt hanging out with your friends,and getting out mor isnt opening a window when your one handed typing.
#6
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.


WOW really? You know I never knew that. *Sarcasm off*


Think someone needs to get out more. Logging into facebook isnt hanging out with your friends,and getting out mor isnt opening a window when your one handed typing.


Yes, lets resort to insult the people who do not agree with us. Makes the internet a better place. I still think the pan is crap even though you have hurt my feeling's.
#7
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
[quote=SkilledNutter] yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.


WOW really? You know I never knew that. *Sarcasm off*


Think someone needs to get out more. Logging into facebook isnt hanging out with your friends,and getting out mor isnt opening a window when your one handed typing.


Yes, lets resort to insult the people who do not agree with us. Makes the internet a better place. I still think the pan is crap even though you have hurt my feeling's.[/quote

firstly non-constructive criticism and then 'sarcasm' and finally the moral high-ground and sympathy. Lets leave it here. Have a good life
#8
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
SkilledNutter
dealzilla
[quote=SkilledNutter] yeah but do you have this one? I do and it is rubbish.


A reply to a similiar comment found on amazon--

You obviously didn't look up how to care for a cast iron skillet, with all cast iron pans no matter how cheap or expensive you must cure with oil and put in the oven on 200C for an hr or two, this builds up a non stick coating on the pan. And for the rust again it's cast iron, do not leave it soaking it water, dry it on the hob as soon as you have washed it then rub it with a lil oil all over the pan, this prevents the rust. You cant treat cast iron as you would one of those non stick pans, however the little extra care means it'll last longer than any nonstick frying/griddle pan.


WOW really? You know I never knew that. *Sarcasm off*


Think someone needs to get out more. Logging into facebook isnt hanging out with your friends,and getting out mor isnt opening a window when your one handed typing.


Yes, lets resort to insult the people who do not agree with us. Makes the internet a better place. I still think the pan is crap even though you have hurt my feeling's.[/quote

firstly non-constructive criticism and then 'sarcasm' and finally the moral high-ground and sympathy. Lets leave it here. Have a good life


Me saying the pan is crap was my experienced opinion. I have the pan, I prepared the pan, I used the pan. It was crap. There, constructive enough for you? Also the pan has been this price for a long time. It has also been posted before and is also available in TKMax for the same price.

the sarcasm was to describe my tone, as you assumed I had not done my research or even that I had not read the reviews on Amazon. If my sarcasm was in person you would have not felt it as offensive but funny.

My moral high-ground was built on foundations of direct insult which I can only describe as small mindedness. My mention of Sympathy was again sarcasm but I thought the 2nd time you would not need a pointer.

I have also been sarcastic in this post. Does it show?
#9
.....im done...

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