Lodge 26.04 cm / 10.25 inch Cast Iron Frying Pan - £24.37 @ Amazon
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Lodge 26.04 cm / 10.25 inch Cast Iron Frying Pan - £24.37 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Nov
Had my eye on this for a while and just got an alert for a price drop. Just dropped from £32.50 to this price. Have had other Lodge stuff and has been very reliable.
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The time and patience needed to use and maintain this is lost in a world which is busy, these are good utensils that will last a lifetime.. but need too much time and attention in seasoning them.
Too much..
JohnPayne-971c6.0414006/11/2019 17:18

Too much..


Spent 1hr x 3 oven sessions with another set as posted on HUKD , seasoned them with oil ( Sunflower / Coconut ) its non-stick now, has a nice sheen and is a breeze to clean.

Pre-Seasoned means it is coated once with oil to prevent rust. Do not start cooking off the box, oil them and chuck them in the oven at 220 ~ 240 Degrees just below the smoking point of the oil you use.

It has been almost a week, And the Pan's are ready! Food usually slides off, wipe / rinse with soapy water / wipe dry and that's it.

Have used in the oven, Hob. Totally worth the investment.

The more you use, the better it gets. If you have bought one and are unhappy with it dont chuck them away, I will pay for the postage if you donate it to me for free!!
Pan ,Yes £ No.. cast iron is the best..
JohnPayne-971c6.0414007/11/2019 10:14

Pan ,Yes £ No.. cast iron is the best..


It's not something you want to skimp on. If you look at the reviews of the cheap ones, you'll see that a lot of them split!
Sniper_Monk07/11/2019 09:48

Spent 1hr x 3 oven sessions with another set as posted on HUKD , seasoned …Spent 1hr x 3 oven sessions with another set as posted on HUKD , seasoned them with oil ( Sunflower / Coconut ) its non-stick now, has a nice sheen and is a breeze to clean.Pre-Seasoned means it is coated once with oil to prevent rust. Do not start cooking off the box, oil them and chuck them in the oven at 220 ~ 240 Degrees just below the smoking point of the oil you use.It has been almost a week, And the Pan's are ready! Food usually slides off, wipe / rinse with soapy water / wipe dry and that's it.Have used in the oven, Hob. Totally worth the investment.The more you use, the better it gets. If you have bought one and are unhappy with it dont chuck them away, I will pay for the postage if you donate it to me for free!!


You left it in the oven at 220 - 240 for almost a week...
Excellent price! Thanks Wordly
Excellent price. Had mine for a year. Worth it for the sear you will get on your steaks alone!😄
Sniper_Monk06/11/2019 16:50

The time and patience needed to use and maintain this is lost in a world …The time and patience needed to use and maintain this is lost in a world which is busy, these are good utensils that will last a lifetime.. but need too much time and attention in seasoning them.



If you season it properly (which isn't at all hard), then it will only need very occasional upkeep, and that's even easier than the initial seasoning.

There are myths about cast iron pans (the most common is that you can't clean them with detergent!) - really, it's very difficult to go wrong. And once you've got it well-seasoned, it's an extremely low-maintenance item.
Same price at Ocado but if you spend £60 And use code VOU8847937 you get another 30% off.
Sniper_Monk07/11/2019 09:48

Spent 1hr x 3 oven sessions with another set as posted on HUKD , seasoned …Spent 1hr x 3 oven sessions with another set as posted on HUKD , seasoned them with oil ( Sunflower / Coconut ) its non-stick now, has a nice sheen and is a breeze to clean.Pre-Seasoned means it is coated once with oil to prevent rust. Do not start cooking off the box, oil them and chuck them in the oven at 220 ~ 240 Degrees just below the smoking point of the oil you use.It has been almost a week, And the Pan's are ready! Food usually slides off, wipe / rinse with soapy water / wipe dry and that's it.Have used in the oven, Hob. Totally worth the investment.The more you use, the better it gets. If you have bought one and are unhappy with it dont chuck them away, I will pay for the postage if you donate it to me for free!!


NOT soapy water. That will take your seasoning off. Just plain water and a brush or just a kitchen towel. Soap is the enemy of seasoning.
I got one of these about 2 years ago and love it. Watch YouTube for how to season it and never ever let soap near it. You can chuck it in the oven and bake with it as well as fry etc. The older it gets the better it gets. Some people in the US still have theirs from the 1800s and are still going strong. Just season properly, don’t use soap to wash them, keep them thoroughly dry cover with a light layer of oil before storing. You have something excellent that will outlive you and probably the next person to have it. Won’t give you chance like non stick pans can etc.
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