Model L8DSK3 - Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Deep Skillet; 10-1/4' diameter, 3' depth
For more than 100 years, Lodge has been perfecting the process of making cast iron cookware. We formulated just the right metal chemistry, created exacting mold tolerances for our castings, and developed the perfect wall construction for the best even heating found in cookware.
Using Your Lodge Logic
If you have a new piece of Lodge Logic, seasoned, ready-to-use, cast iron cookware you can use it right from the start.
Caring For Your Lodge Logic
- Properly cared for, your Lodge cast iron cookware will last for mare than a lifetime. Here are some tips for maintaining your cookware for future generations.
- After cooking, clean the utensil with hot water and a stiff brush. Never use a harsh detergent, as it can remove the seasoning. Towel dry thoroughly.
- While the utensil is dry but still warm from the not water bath, wipe a light coat of vegetable oil or cooking spray on all surfaces.
- Store in a cool, dry place. Do not store lids on the pot or pan to allow air circulation.
- If you notice a metallic taste or see signs of rust, simply scour off the rust, wash the cookware with soap and hot water, dry thoroughly, and re-season using the home seasoning instructions. Frequently Asked Questions:
- Q - Does Lodge Cast Iron contain any lead
- A - Lodge assures us that all of their products are safe. Their official response can be viewed by clicking on Lodge Cast Iron.
Lodge Logic Skillet, 10-1/4" dia. x 3" deep, seasoned, cast iron (bottom only of L8CF3, L8DSKG3 and LCC3) (hand wash only - do not use dishwasher)
Lodge L8DSK3 Specifications
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Lodge L8DSK3 Customer Reviews
"I purchased this skillet as a gift for an at-home chef. He loved it. This is the fifth time that I have purchased this item as a gift. You can't beat Lodge cast iron products. The best thing about this particular skillet is it's actual 3" depth. My cornbread recipe is for thick slices of good crusty ol' southern cornbread. A skillet of this depth is very difficult, if not impossible to find in local department stores. You must take care to keep it well-seasoned to keep it's non-stick properties, but it takes little time and effort. Ka-Tom has an excellent modest price for this item."
"I love the size of this skillet. The extra depth accommodates the high rise of my southern cornbread. It also comes in handy for searing and cooking steaks. The only drawback is the weight. I was lucky enough, also, to get the product on sale!"
"In doing internet research on cast iron skillets, I ran across some information that I found interesting. One article referred to the preseasoned aspect of the product. It recommended removing the factory coating with hot soapy water and a wire brush, then season yourself by oiling the cast iron, inside and outside, wiping off all possible oil with a paper towel, then heating upside down in an oven at 350 degrees for about an hour. Allow to cool in the oven. Repeat as necessary to get the best finished product. I've repeated this process about 6 times on a new skillet and it came out perfect, with a surface that would even cook eggs without sticking. Just remember when cleaning it to use soap sparingly with warm water to retain the surface. Occasional seasoning of the skillet will be necessary throughout it's lifetime. This particular skillet I purchased for a friend to accommodate my large recipe for cornbread which she dearly loves. When I received it, I noticed first the full 3" deep sides with a pretty severe slant to the sides. I wish the sides were a little straighter, and the depth would have been better at about 2-1/2" for the purpose it was purchased. Unfortunately, my skillet came in with a 2" long crack in the side alongside the handle, making it unsafe to use. Today I requested a replacement and I have no reason to believe there will be a problem with KaTom. Upon ordering, I promptly received my order within only 2 days regular UPS. They seem to be a reputable company with a great pice on this product."
"Due to tall sides, can cook large amounts (like a stew) or small amounts. Only draw back is can't use cast iron on an electric stove. If you clean and re-season correctly, it is the 'original' non-stick skillet!!"