Since its founding in 1896 by Joseph Lodge and his wife, the Lodge Manufacturing Company has become something of a national treasure for its American made cast iron and carbon steel cookware. The first foundry was opened in South Pittsburg, a Tennessee town located along the Cumberland Plateau of the Appalachian Mountains, and the company maintains its headquarters there. Alongside this rich history is a drive for constant innovation. In 2002, for example, Lodge introduced pre-seasoned cookware—an industry first, which has now become a standard—eliminating the hassle of its unseasoned counterparts.
The seasoned carbon steel skillets are pre-seasoned at the foundry using soybean oil. The steel pans are formed by spinning and stamping, which allows them to be lighter and thinner than cast iron, and feature riveted handles. Seasoned Steel will also heat up and cool down faster than Cast Iron.
Small : Diameter 8"
Medium : Diameter 10"
Large : Diameter 12"