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Staub 9 1/2 Inch Frying Pan, Black Matte

by Staub

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  • Black Matte Enameled Interior for durablity means no seasoning required.
  • Smooth Enameled bottom that works on any cooking surface including glass tops and convection.
  • Requires no seasoning and will not discolor or rust
  • Restaurant tested and proven to be the best in the industry, chefs use it everyday in thousands of restaurants world- wide.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 15 x 20 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000UHVA52
  • Item model number: 1222423
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #461,876 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Staub all-purpose cast iron skillets and frying pans are so essential they may never leave your stovetop--excellent for traditional fare or your most ambitious creations. Each pan has an elegant beech-wood handle and a smooth bottom suitable for all heat sources and resistant to scratching delicate surfaces

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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Voci on February 25, 2009
First order of business. People who complain of the weight of Staub cookware should not be allowed in the kitchen. Cast Iron has to be thick to distribute heat evenly, otherwise a thin bottom pan will cause scorching and burning. It's a shame we Americans have to be told that. Staub is the finest cookware made in the world. They stand against a world of trash products that are designed to be thrown away and repurchased just to be thrown away again.
Now the caveat.
This seasoning explanation is actually a response to a person who gave an uneducated one-star review on this pan that misleads the potential buyer. So, this is now my edited review and explanation.
There is a lot of very inaccurate information on seasoning pans and cleaning pans. First I'm going to make a logical statement that is supported by elementary chemistry. Like dissolves like, only oil dissolves oil. Let's proceed with that fact. Water, or deglazing by boiling water in a pan, does not clean a pan. It can't. Water cools the surface of a pans as it boils away forming thick layers of tar to form on the bottom of the pan. Yet people think this cleans the pan. The worst thing one could ever do to clean a pan is pour water in it. Interestingly enough, we all know this yet we proceed with our compulsion to pour water in our pans.
Below is a seasoning process that I do to break in all my enamel cast iron pans. I own a lot of Le Creuset and Staub. Over 20 pieces. I own and sell Vollrath non-stick cookware for a living and I do cook.

Now as a general rule of thumb this step should always be followed in all cookware every time you cook right before you cook as long as it does not violate or screw up a recipe.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D. Handros on January 11, 2009
I have not used this pan yet but I'm sure that like all my other Staub products that it is Second to None in it's Awesome cooking at low temps and super easy clean up. My wife has completely switched to staub cookware after I converted her to this great cookware. We have a gas stove that is fueled with propane and prior to using this cookware bringing a big pot of water to a boil and then maintaining it was pretty much not possible. If you shop around for what you need in the Staub line you can rest assured that you will be cooking with world class cookware that will last you a lifetime and can be passed along to your children for many generations to come!!! Just do your homework and you will see that all the top chefs settle for nothing less than Staub for their needs period!!!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Golfing Fool on February 13, 2009
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I went with the overwhelming positive reviews (though all mentioned how heavy as it is cast iron). I thought I followed the seasoning directions but am going to try again.
The handle length does make the heaviness harder to handle. I am a good cook but not great nor do I cook all the time. So perhaps I should have known how much food sticks to the pan --- but it surprised me. Not too hard to clean if you soak.
I just ordered a nonstick hard andonized as I guess that's what i wanted and didn't realize. I did not send back since I got a great deal; too heavy; shipping costs make it not worthwhile.
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