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Lodge Logic™ Skillets

This cast iron skillet is perfect for fried chicken, roasted meats and veggies, pan-grilled steaks and more. Whether you’re baking skillet cornbread over an open fire or pan-frying a batch of chicken wings for the game, you’ll love the way this ...Read More

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High-quality cast iron cookware that can be found everywhere from campsites to high-end restaurants.


This cast iron skillet is perfect for fried chicken, roasted meats and veggies, pan-grilled steaks and more. Whether you’re baking skillet cornbread over an open fire or pan-frying a batch of chicken wings for the game, you’ll love the way this does-it-all pan performs. Lodge cast iron cookware is pre-seasoned at the foundry and is ready to cook right out of the box.

Please note, because of the weight of this item, an additional $1.50 shipping charge applies.

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  • Pre-seasoned and ready to use, Lodge cast iron is easy to care for and will last a lifetime
  • Cast iron boasts superior heat retention and withstands high temperatures—great for stovetop searing or oven roasting
  • The 10¼" and 12" sizes have additional loop helper handles
  • For over 100 years, Lodge’s US foundries have produced high-quality cast iron cookware that can be found everywhere from campsites to high-end restaurants

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Lodge
  • Includes: Skillet
  • Material: Cast iron
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in USA

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash only. To prevent corrosion, dry immediately after washing and rub with a light coat of vegetable oil after every use. Cared for properly, cast iron cookware will become increasingly nonstick over time
  • Broiler and oven safe to 500°F


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Customer Reviews

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Kitchen Essential #2
Like fine wine, a cast iron skillet can only get better with age. My husband carefully oils my skillet all the time to maintain the richness it absorbs from all the roasting, braising and even baking I do from this one pan. I have the 12' skillet, small enough to cook comfortably for two and big enough to stretch to feed an army.

Cast iron retains the heat well and keeps the temperature very consistent throughout. Great to start off on the stove and finish in an oven with fear of destroying the skillet. I can start a stew on the stove, pile some biscuit dough on top and pop it in the oven to bake - and VOILA - ready for the dinner time before you know it. In my opinion, a cast iron skillet is the best way to cook thicker cuts of meat
April 11, 2011
So many to choose from
I LOVE to cook and can say my husband taught me much including my love for cast iron. NOT just ANY cast iron though. We have read, looked at, tried, and read more and find that the LODGE LOGIC brand is the BEST cast iron. It provides even heating with no hotsport and is the best for pancakes or grilled cheese. If you don't believe me that there is a difference get your own Logic (even a small one for sandwiches) and give it a try for yourself. WAY TO GO LOGIC
January 16, 2012
"Great value, bulletproof construction."
I've had the 10"" skillet for a few years now and it has become my go-to pan. I've seasoned it well enough where I can make pancakes or fry eggs without a problem. It is quite heavy though and not for people who like to wrist-flip their ingredients
February 19, 2012
My go-to skillet!
I fell in love with my 10'' cast iron skillet! I use it for everything (except acidic foods, of course), my favorite thing is how easy things like cornbread pop right out! My only complaint is how heavy it is, but that's just the nature of cast iron. Great value for a great product
May 14, 2011
great skillet
My 20 yr old ""other brand"" 12 in skillet cracked, so I replaced it with a Lodge. My 9 in Lodge is even older, and still going strong. The 6 mo that I had no 12 in made me crazy, so I am happy to have one again. It heats and browns so well, some things are only cooked well in an iron skillet
October 17, 2013
Great Product
My boyfriend makes me pancakes every saturday morning in the 12 inch pan. It cooks very evenly and hold its heat making numerous pancakes.
February 17, 2011
Great cast iron
My son wanted a cast iron skillet and Lodge is not only a great brand, but also reasonably priced.
December 26, 2014
1 year ago
The best
We own two of these, in two different sizes. They are fantastic. The more the use them the better they get. They go in the oven, on the stovetop, even on the grill. Best caramelized onions of your life! Irish soda bread! Meats and fish! Incredible vegetables! Versatile and will last more than a lifetime!
June 17, 2015
Great skillet
My only concern is my glass-top range and scratching/cracking with this rather heavy pan. But that is not a function of or problem with the skillet itself. I just gotta get a gas range. (Hate electric.) So far, so good.
February 1, 2016

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Good price for the product
Ivelisse M on May 26, 2016
Something really practical...for stovetop and/or oven! Love it!
Joe a on May 15, 2016
Good price for the product
Ivelisse M on May 26, 2016
Gift registry item
Elinor S on May 17, 2016
Something really practical...for stovetop and/or oven! Love it!
Joe a on May 15, 2016
Requested in gift registry.
Twila G on May 12, 2016
price point
Diana G on May 10, 2016
Joy C on May 10, 2016
Best tool for any good kitchen!
Laura J on May 4, 2016
Bridal gift for a close friend!
Rachel A on May 4, 2016
Best Cast Iron on the Market. Check out Lodge's website for details on how to use-great item for the kitchen.
Danielle O on May 3, 2016
jennifer j on May 1, 2016
I think the brand makes great quality products
SHAWN M on Apr 27, 2016
i heard its healthier to cook with them
eliezer m on Apr 24, 2016
Bride's choice
Sarah B S on Apr 24, 2016
Wedding Registry
Brian S on Apr 20, 2016
gift registry
Gretchen B on Apr 18, 2016
Individual sear!
CINDY M on Apr 17, 2016
Have one already and love it- buying as a gift
Lisa B on Apr 17, 2016
Been looking for a great cast iron skillet. This is just the right size. Can't wait to use it.
Angela M on Apr 15, 2016
quality and practical gift
Suzan H on Apr 11, 2016
kristen c on Apr 10, 2016
love lodge products!
katharine h on Apr 9, 2016
Gift registry
Deborah V on Apr 4, 2016
Quality of cast iron
Loretta M on Apr 1, 2016
other reviews are good
Sharon G on Mar 24, 2016
It is exactly what I was looking for.
Ronald E on Mar 21, 2016
I have always used cast iron amd it is the most efficient cookware
Kim K S on Mar 4, 2016
I needed a larger cast iron skillet. I like Lodge cast iron.
Susan H on Mar 2, 2016
Needed skillet for induction cooktop at reasonable price
Marilyn J on Feb 28, 2016
It's my personal favorite. Wish it cam with a cast iron lid though, like mine.
Helen T on Feb 22, 2016
The size, I have been looking a larger than 12 inch pan. And the price was perfect.
Kim N on Feb 18, 2016
Cast iron best for grilling meats
Frank J on Feb 15, 2016
I've been thinking about purchasing this skillet for some time. I thought the price was right and your reviews were helpful too.
barbara j a on Feb 15, 2016
its for my brother joe he is glad i found this on the internet so i got it for him
john b on Feb 14, 2016
quality and huge skillet - can cook an entire chicken without the pieces touching each other - wonderful
Stephen B on Jan 25, 2016
I have this skillet and it is great.
Paula N on Jan 15, 2016
slowly working on my cast iron collection
Genevieve J on Jan 8, 2016
Basic kitchen tool both for stove top or oven use. Durable construction and worth its weight in value.
Alvand N on Jan 3, 2016
We have a couple of other Lodge cast Iron pieces and we love them.
Margo L on Dec 29, 2015
Classic gift, I use mine all the time.
JEFF M on Dec 13, 2015
my son in law requested it
Charles Anna H on Dec 12, 2015
This is for my niece who loves to cook and everyone should have a good cast iron skillet! I've had mine for 30 years and use it almost daily.
Sherri A on Dec 9, 2015
Great gift at a nice price point.
Susan S on Dec 6, 2015
It was a gift request for someone
ANITA W on Dec 6, 2015
Christmas Gift
Maxcy R on Dec 3, 2015
This is a gift for my son who will be getting his own place soon.
Shirley M on Dec 1, 2015
They are a great product
Gary H on Dec 1, 2015
Requested as a gift.
Alberto A on Dec 1, 2015
Lodge cookware is simply the best. It is Made in The USA. And it is very durable and classic. Not junk. You can use it forever, unlike most of the cookware on the market today.
Renee C on Nov 29, 2015
100% Cast Iron, black (no frills), made in the US... Just like the ones my grandparents, my parents and my wife and I have had in our kitchens for like forever... These are gifts for our kids!
CRAIG L on Nov 28, 2015
Wanted a quality cast iron skillet as a gift. Made in America is a bonus.
Julienne M on Nov 28, 2015
Gift registry item
Elinor S on May 17, 2016
Requested in gift registry.
Twila G on May 12, 2016

A shopper on Jun 15, 2012
BEST ANSWER: A great way to clean your cast iron without the harmful chemicals that may strip it of it's seasoning is a combination of salt and lemon. Cut a lemon and half and scrub some coarse sea salt into the surface using the fleshy inside of the lemon.
How much does the 15.25 '' skillet weigh?
A shopper on May 24, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Lodge Logic offers cookware with the same unparalleled quality, craftsmanship, and superior value characteristic of Lodge–now with a seasoned finish that’s ready to use right out of the box. The weight of the 15.25" skillet is approximately 18.5 pounds. Made in USA
Are the skillet measurements given across the top of the pan, or the bottom?
A shopper on Jul 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The bottom
Can cast iron be used on an electric glass top range?

I've read that cast iron can crack a glass top range. Answers I've seen regarding the topic are all over the board. Some say yes, others say they don't have any trouble. Then there is talk about enamel vs non-enamel and the enamel melting. And other talk about if the pan is bigger than the heating surface. It has me all confused. I'm wondering if it is due to people just not being careful and placing it down too hard on the glass top. Or does it have something to do with cast iron holding so much heat and a difference in temperatures. Can someone explain it clearly please
A shopper on Feb 11, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Because most glass top range manufacturers suggest against using cast iron, it is usually something you do at your own risk. Although a great deal of people don't have problems when using their cast iron on glass tops, you do run the risk of scratching the surface or even cracking the range from the sheer weight of the cookware with food in it. If you do choose to use cast iron (enameled or otherwise) on a glass top, I suggest you proceed with caution
How much does the Lodge 6.5"" skillet weigh
Suzanne H on Jul 4, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This skillet weighs about 3lbs.
What is the model number of the 10.25" skillet?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The only number I see is on the bottom of the skillet and it is "10SK".
My cast iron skillet has some discoloration in it apparently from letting cornbread set in it too long. I have used extra virgin oil for
seasoning the skillet. How do
I remove the patch that looks like rust? Thank you!
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Best go to the Lodge website and see their instructions for care and refurbishing. Use solid Crisco to season or re-season, not a liquid oil, and never use a cooking spray. Note that extra virgin olive oil is mono-unsaturated, which presents its own characteristics, and any olive oil has too low a smoke point to be suitable for seasoning.
Is this pre-seasoned?
Shanece W on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the cast iron skillets are pre seasoned, but for first few uses you need to use a bit more oil or butter. Then it gets better. Really good instructions will pans.
I've never owned a cast iron skillet. How easy are they to clean? Does food wipe right off, or will I need to scrub?
A shopper on Oct 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Often food will wipe out, or you can boil water, dump out and wipe with a little oil. But for harder to remove food there are bamboo scrapers, like you use for a wok, or no-scratch plastic srubbies (like ScrubDaddy) that are safe for the iron's patina.
Can I use cast iron on the BBQ?
A shopper on Jun 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Cast iron was made to be placed directly on hot coals so it will work great on a BBQ.
There appears to be this same pan at Walmart? However it does say the pan was not made in Us? Can you clue me in to which skillet is REAL?
Kathy W on May 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: As per the Lodge website, All of our foundry Seasoned Cast Iron and our Seasoned Carbon Steel products are manufactured in the USA and always will be. All Enameled Cast Iron products are made in China to our strict quality standards and overseen by an American owned 3rd party inspection company. Our accessories come from multiple sources, some of which are American, and some overseas. Our in-house Quality Assurance Department constantly inspects all items we produce and sell."

Hope this helps
Is there a lid that fits the Lodge 6.5"" cast iron skille
A shopper on Apr 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: No, there is no lid for this skillet
Is it easy to fry an egg in this pan without it sticking?
Anisha K on Jan 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yep! We use our cast iron pan to fry eggs just about everyday - and as long as you have a touch of oil in the pan, it's one of the easiest pans to use (and tastes soooooo good -- way better than any other pan we've used). Scrambled eggs can leave behind a little more mess, but we find a 3-5 minute soak in just plain old water usually breaks it all loose.
Do lodge logic skillets have flat or ringed bottoms?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Flat. And you'll enjoy for YEARS
Will this work on induction cooktops?
A shopper on Apr 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: All cast iron pans work on induction. Even when they are enamel coated. I have induction and I have a variety of cast iron pot and pans that I use regularly.
How much does the 10.25" skillet weigh?
A shopper on Jan 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 5.67 lbs. (It's on their web site!)...
How does cast iron respond on an electric range?

Would a different material work better? If yes what is the recommended material?
A shopper on Dec 27, 2012
BEST ANSWER: You will need to account for a small adjustment for the slower response of an electric stove, however the cast iron is going to hold the heat anyway and you probably wouldn't be using it for anything where it's important to make quick changes in heat. An electric burner is going to react significantly more slowly to turning the heat up or down. It's something you will need to adjust to with all your cookware, cast iron or otherwise. It certainly wouldn't do for anything that requires quick reaction to heat changes
What cannot be cooked in cast iron?
A shopper on Apr 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Anything can be cooked in this skillet. Make sure to well season a cast iron and cook at a medium high temp. Alway clean with the tips given. Enjoy
Do you ship to Toronto, Canada?
A shopper on Apr 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes we do, but we're unable to process any credit card that doesn't have a US billing address. You'll want to call us at 800 243 0852 to get a shipping quote, then send in a mail in order using a money order payable in US funds.
Where can the lid for 10" and 12" skillet be purchased?
A shopper on Apr 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Not sure, but I would suggest two options.
1. Amazon
2. Google the question that was asked, "Where can lid for 10" and 12" Lodge Logic skillets be purchased?"
What is that recipe called?

I was wondering what that peach recipe was that is in the pan. I can't find it anywhere...Thanks
A shopper on Jun 4, 2012
BEST ANSWER: This recipe was actually an adaptation of the blueberry cornbread recipe located at we just substituted the blueberries for the peaches.


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