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Product DescriptionLodge Cast Iron 3 qt. Combo Cooker, 10.25" dia. x 3"D; LCC3
The Combo Cooker from Lodge Cast Iron can be used as a skillet, Dutch oven, or fryer, and the lid doubles as a griddle. No matter the location, the uses for the Lodge Combo Cooker are endless. Two pieces in one. 3-qt. Deep Skillet Base: 10.25" dia., 3"D. Shallow Skillet/Griddle lid: 10.25" dia., 1.5"D.
Lodge - America's Original Cookware:
When Joseph Lodge began making cast iron in the late 1800s, he began a legacy of enduring quality that has carried forward for four generations and counting. Today, Lodge is still a family-owned and operated business producing the finest, most extensive selection of cast-iron goods on the market. Amazingly, some of the first cast-iron frying pans, tea kettles, and Dutch ovens made over 100 years ago are still in use. Lodge's privately-held metal formula, precision molds, and exacting wall thickness are the result of years of dedication to improving quality that began with the first skillet from the first mold. Not even the most expensive stainless or aluminum cookware can rival the even heating, heat retention, durability, and value of Lodge Cast Iron.
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Q:I'd like to know if these are preseasoned or not...I don't want pre seasoned
CarolynAsked on 6/23/2010 by syrfergirl from Endicott, New York
A:The Bass Pro website says these are pre seasoned. You would probably have a hard time finding them not pre-seasoned.Answered on 11/29/2010 by Tom from Indianapolis, IN
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