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Le Creuset® Signature Rosemary Skillet, 10¼"

Perfect for searing a New York strip, sautéing a side of peppers and onions or baking up a batch of cornbread, Le Creuset’s cast iron skillet delivers excellent heat distribution for amazing results every time. Available in a wide range of Le...Read More

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Perfect for searing a New York strip, sautéing a side of peppers and onions or baking up a batch of cornbread, Le Creuset’s cast iron skillet delivers excellent heat distribution for amazing results every time. Available in a wide range of Le Creuset’s signature vibrant glazes, this skillet adds a touch of classic French beauty to any kitchen or table.
  • Manufacturer: Le Creuset
  • Material: Enameled cast iron
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimensions: 10¼"
  • Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in France
  • Sand-cast skillet is painstakingly polished and finished by hand, then sprayed with two coats of enamel and fired twice for an extremely durable and attractive finish
  • Cast iron skillet cooks evenly and provides excellent heat retention
  • Matte-enamel interior requires no seasoning and yields incredible results
  • Enamel resists chipping and cracking and will withstand years of use
  • Strong iron handle provides a steady grip during use and transfer
  • Goes effortlessly from oven to table for beautiful presentation
  • Sloped sides for pouring off fats, oils or pan sauces without dripping
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Great find!
The minute I saw the new Rosemary color in the Le Creuset line, I knew I just had to have it! I ordered the Le Creuset Rosemary Skillet and I am very pleased! Browns perfectly and clean-up is a snap. I am already planning my next purchase from this collection
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October 15, 2013

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I love to cook. Le Creuset is my all-time favorite brand. I've even been known to pack my larger frying pan to take on trips to visit family.. It is ideal for frying, of course, but it is also perfect for the low and slow cooking I so often do. I also LOVE my Dutch oven for the same reasons.I can't imagine my meals without Le is well worth the investment!
Marilyn H on Jul 15, 2015
Bride was registered for it!
Mary Clare D on Jun 23, 2015
the price and quality of Le Creuset.
Judith C on Jul 15, 2015
non stick and high quality, everyday use size, plus my wife loves the color
Jason H on Jun 3, 2015
Follow-up skillet vs. braiser

Hello,Thank you for your answer. I wasn't clear with my first question - I understand the difference between a skillet and a braiser. But many people use the Le Creuset braisers as skillets, also. So my question really is: what's different about the skillet cooking surface that would make someone want to purchase it, also
A shopper on Mar 5, 2014
Best Answer: The black enamel does a better job with cooking at high temperatures, which is why it's used on the skillets and grill pans. The advantage is the black will season with use, and won't stain like the porcelain enamel will
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A shopper on Jul 30, 2014
Best Answer: The interior is not nonstick, but has the potential it become so overtime with seasoning. It is made of a matte black sand blasted enamel.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jul 30, 2014
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Can you please compare the skillet and braiser?

The surfaces are different, although it's not clear what the differences are, and the braiser has a cover. Beyond that...?I cook mostly with liquids or dry cook -- very little oil if any. Is there a reason the skillet would be preferred over the braiser? The braiser over the skillet?Thank you for your help
A shopper on Feb 17, 2014
Best Answer: Skilets are meant for fast, open cooking where quick evaporation is key, which is why the sides of this skillet are shallow and it doesn't come with a lid.Braisers are meant for searing cuts of meat, then slow cooking them with a lid on. If you do more dry cooking, a skillet is the way to go
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Feb 20, 2014
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where is the skillet measure? across the base or the top?

The skillet is wider at the top than the bottom. If it is 10 inches, where is it measured
A shopper on Nov 8, 2013
Best Answer: 10"" is the diameter of the cooking surface
Reply · Report · AmandaSltCsStaff on Nov 9, 2013
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Can this skillet be used to make frittatas? If not, which skillet is best for this purpose?
Byron R on Apr 7, 2015
Best Answer: Although you can use this as a frittata pan, I would suggest against it. For starters, this pan isn't nonstick, which I think is ideal for any egg dish. More importantly, with it being made of cast iron, it will react very slowly to temperature changes, so even after you pull it off the burner or off of the heat source, it'll continue to cook for quite some time.
You'll want something that is nonstick with shallow sides that is oven safe, if you finish your frittatas that way. Nearly every variety of nonstick skillet we carry is oven safe, so really any of them would work.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Apr 7, 2015
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Has the color Rosemary been discontinued ? It seems hard to find.
Cheryl V on Jul 10, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, this color has been discontinued.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Jul 12, 2015
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