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Emeril by All-Clad E96407 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet Cookware, 12-Inch, Black

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  • Cast iron is the best material for heat retention and distribution and it can take some heat--up to 600 degrees F
  • Comes pre-seasoned for first use and includes step by step instructions for seasoning case
  • Large, extra-long handle with easy-to-grip side helper handle for easy handling
  • Oven-safe up to 600 degree F. Lead, Cadmium, and PTFE Free
  • 12-inch Skillet cast iron griddle made to last a lifetime and easy to cook
  • Dress up grilled steak, fish and veggies with authentic restaurant stripes which is perfect for browning, searing, flying and Sauteing
  • Large, extra-long handle with Easy-to-grip side helper handles and signature thumb rest for easy handling
  • Heats evenly and consistently; Oven-safe up to 600 degree F and is PFOA Free and Cadmium Free
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Emeril's cast iron can really take the heat! This skillet is heat safe to 600 degrees F making it compatible with the stovetop, oven, outdoor grill, or even a firepit. The heavy cast iron construction provides the perfect sear for steaks and chicken and just the right sizzle for your homestyle bacon and eggs. Emeril's durable, heave duty cookware is made to last a life time and backed by lifetime warranty so pans can be passed down for generations to come.

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  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 13 x 3 inches ; 7.3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000JZZIL2
  • Item model number: 2100065049
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,116 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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121 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Julia Greer on March 4, 2010
I purchased this skillet after reading every review here, believing that the negative reviews were probably due to a lack of understanding how to work with cast iron.

At first, I did like the skillet. I took it through my own seasoning process (even though it was pre-seasoned) and was happy with both the appearance and (more importantly) the cooking qualities the first couple of times I used it.

I have been using it 1-2 times daily for the two weeks I've had it. A cast iron skillet is supposed to become better and more seasoned the more you use it. This one, however, is becoming worse. It doesn't heat as evenly as my other cast iron pieces, and no matter how carefully I clean and re-season it (I clean with kosher salt and a lint-free cloth, rinse with hot water, towel-dry then heat-dry it, then re-season with oil), the "seasoning" is becoming more and more uneven.

I had hesitated to buy this skillet since it's made in China and I don't want even the smallest chance that there is lead in this skillet. I should have gone with my hunch because now, more than ever, I'm upset at the idea of unknown elements being in this skillet, especially since the skillet isn't up to par with my other cast iron. I've also heard more and more stories of Emeril cast iron cracking... which I had thought initially due to too-rapid heating or cooking, but now I'm wondering if the Chinese cast iron itself is an inferior compound with sub-par "filler" material.

By point of comparison, four days ago I bought two Lodge 8" skillets. Of course, after my Emeril pre-seasoning experience, I had low expectations. But I was amazed as I gently washed them for the first time and water actually beaded on the surface and rolled right off.
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67 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Danielle M. Rizzo on January 7, 2009
If hadn't looked any further than the reviews here, I wouldn't have purchased this pan, but the reviewers seemed a little 'green' when it comes to cast iron and so I looked around some and ended up buying it. I have to say I am very satisfied.

First of all, I have never seen a 'pre-seasoned' piece of cast iron that was actually meant to be cooked in straight away. The instructions that come with this pan (for those who bothered to read them) recommend further seasoning anyway.

And yes, it does need further seasoning and careful integration into your cooking setup. Cast iron rewards patience, and this pan is a great big piece of iron, heavier and thicker than the Lodge equivalent and made to last for generations. It also is a bit rough textured for a cast iron pan and you will find that it takes longer to build up a nice slick surface, but it's far from impossible as has been suggested. Only the years will tell, but my guess is that it will hold on to its seasoning particularly well once it's fully established.

For the record, this is the method I use to season my cast iron:
-Rub a thin layer of lard or vegetable shortening on the pan, inside and out
-Put the pan in 300 degree oven for 15 minutes, pull it out and pour off any fat that's pooled in the bottom
-Put it back in for a couple hours
-Turn off the oven and let it cool in there
-Repeat this process a few times afterward, but in a 450 degree oven for 45 minutes to an hour
-If the pan is sticky when you're done with a seasoning, you didn't cook it long enough
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By avid reader on September 28, 2012
I asked for a Lodge skillet for Christmas but got this one instead. I'm very disappointed. After one use, the meat I'd seared was glued with the pan, and the pan reeked even after a proper cast iron cleaning. I had my father, who was visiting and is an old cast iron pro, clean it for me later that same night. He worked with it for a couple of hours, cleaning it with salt and oil and seasoning it. It rusted a bit, but I figured that was my own newbie mistake, so a few weeks later I cleaned it with salt and oil again and kept it on low heat for 30 minutes. While scrubbing with salt, the black enameling lifted off and now there are silver blotches on my pan. Another commenter said that's impossible, but it happened to my pan, and to at least one other reviewer from what I can tell. BUY LODGE. I've never even owned a Lodge, but I am an America's Test Kitchen devotee and that was their recommendation.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mike Nichols on June 28, 2009
After owning this product for 2+ plus years the quality is exceptional and the pan is durable and well made. I am not a huge fan of Emeril's television show but his products are excellent. I am of the opinion that the negative reviews of this product are written by people that simply do not know how to work with cast iron.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on August 3, 2011
I like this pan. I almost never take it off of my cook top; and when I do, it often goes into the oven. However, first, I will discuss some of the problems, then why I still like it. And finally I have a few ideas for improvement.

First and foremost, I've had three of these pans but bought only one. The first one, which I actually bough, cracked down the center right out of the box. I was cooking bacon and suddenly there was a loud bang and a grease fire oozed from the pan's fissure. I quickly put it out with some baking soda. I returned the pan to a brick and mortar store who happily exchanged it and even gave me another box of baking soda for the trouble. I owned the second pan for three years. The bottom of the cooking surface was never perfectly flat; the center of the pan was a little higher meaning oil pooled around the outside of the pan. It sat flat on the burner. But, overtime, the pan got worse and I exchanged it for another new one which also has a slightly high center. Apart from having a high center, the pan is heavier than Lodge's 12inch (8.9lbs versus 8.3lbs) and much heavier than the old Griswold #14. I don't mind the weight because once you get it to temperature, it's very stable; but I am a strong man; my girlfriend really can't move this pan and only uses it if it is already on the right burner. If you aren't strong, this might not be the pan for you; cast iron might not be the material for you.

Now for the good things. I've read some reviews complaining that this pan is made in China. That doesn't bother me for one major reason. This pan is made by All-Clad. All-Clad is an established American company that makes good cookware and stands by it with a generous warranty. Each time I exchanged the pan, I had zero problems. They just hand me another.
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