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Everything You Need to Know About Cast-Iron Skillets
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Cast-iron skillets are essential in any kitchen. They’re an investment piece that can last a lifetime (and then some) if you take care of them properly. We’ve rounded up some of our best how-to guides, recipes and tips to give you a complete reader on cast-iron skillets.
This definitive guide explores everything you need to know about cast-iron cookware, including the best skillets for every type of cook.
Everyone knows cast-iron skillets need a bit more TLC than the rest of your pans. This is what you need to keep them looking great, and then some.
The limits of a cast-iron skillet are typically one of two things: a general lack of imagination or foods with exceptionally high acidity. This guide fixes one of these things.
No one can seem to agree on how we should season our cast-iron skillets. Can we agree on what to season them with?
The single largest drawback to owning and cooking on cast-iron skillets is the application and maintenance of seasoning.
From skillets that go for $10 to vintage pieces from 100 years ago, this is everything you need to know about Lodge's enormous catalog of cast-iron cookware.
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