Your cart is Empty.
Close
Subtotal:
Lodge

Lodge Lodge continues to innovate in the field of cast iron cookware with their line of cast iron grill pans, pots, and griddles. The Lodge Logic Cast Iron Skillet and the Enamel Cast Iron Dutch Oven are just two pieces of Lodge cast iron cookware that appeal equally to chefs and campers.
LODGE'S KEY FEATURES
Easy release:
Lodge sprays vegetable oil onto their seasoned cookware, then bakes it to create an easy-release surface.
Skillet depths:
From 1 1/4-inch to 3 1/4-inch makes these a kitchen or campfire workhorse.


Dynamic colors:
The benefits of cast iron cookware with the beauty of porcelain enamel.


Ridges rock:
In griddles and grill pans, Lodge’s ridges allow grease to drain while creating coveted grill marks.

Shop Lodge

Lodge Story
Some folks in the riverbank hamlet of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, questioned their fellow villager Joseph Lodge. Would Joseph's cast-iron foundry make a go of it? Why even President McKinley would take to the dandy crispy-crusted cornbread cooked up in Joseph's special cookware, but could Joseph really make a livin' producing frying pans, Dutch ovens, and tea kettles?   More About Lodge


About Lodge Products
Four generations of perfecting Lodge cookware results in the world's finest cast-iron essentials for professional chefs, home gourmets, and campfire cooks alike. The patented metal formula, precision molds, superior wall thickness, and preseasoned coating make Lodge the unsurpassed leader in cast-iron cookware. Non-stick Lodge products easily fry, sauté, grill, sear, roast, bake, simmer, and stew foods to mouthwatering perfection.  More About Lodge Products
Recent Reviews

Cooks About Everything
4/10/2014 -
CYPRESS,CA
THE BEST PANS, COOKS EVENLY, EXCELLENT QUALITY  Lodge Logic Cast Iron Skillet

Great Splatter Screen Set
4/8/2014 - ACarr
NW Florida
I have used this set of splatter screens numerous times since my purchase and I love them. Makes cleanup around the stove a s...  Lodge Stainless-Steel Splatter Screen
1 Question | 1 Answer

Have a question? Cooks in the community have the answer!

Lodge

 
 
« Back
 
 
1 year, 5 months ago
Customer avatar
by
Anonymous
+7points
7out of 7found this question helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful7unhelpful0

Answers

Answer: 
Yes, I suggest you use a little bit of butter or oil to start. It may be that you won't need it after that. If you find that a batch starts sticking, you can always use a bit more at any time.
Gender: Female
My Cooking level: Expert
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Self-proclaimed Gourmet
I tend to cook meals that are: Healthy
Cooking Idol/Inspiration: Ina Garten
1 year, 5 months ago
Customer avatar
by
SuziP
CHEFS Catalog, Colorado Springs
 
Please wait while more information about SuziP is loaded.
Additional information about SuziP could not be loaded.
+3points
3out of 3found this answer helpful.
Was this helpful?helpful3unhelpful0
1 of 1
1 of 1
Close
Get Email Exclusives
Close
Sign up for CHEFS emails!

Love to cook? Receive CHEFS's emails with free shipping, exclusive offers, product news, recipes & more!