Lodge 10-1/4-Inch Cast-Iron Lid
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- Seasoned and ready to use
- Self basting seals in flavor
- Fits lodge logic 10-1/4-inch Skillet, 3-quart Chicken fryer, and 5-quart Dutch oven
- Made in the USA
- Hand wash recommended
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This cover provides self-basting spikes on the underside that allow the nutrition and flavor in the steam to drip back onto food. Seasoned and ready to use. Fits L8SK3, L8CF3 and L8DO3. 10-1/4 inch diameter
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As with other cast iron cooking utensils, this is heavy, the handle gets hot and it will rust if you don't take care of it. But that's the way it is with cast iron. In exchange, you get something that will last a lifetime and perform well. On the under side of the lid are metal "fingers" that direct condensation back down into the pan below, and the lid has a nice lip around the edge to seal the pan below.
First thing I did when I got this lid was to season it properly. I used flax seed oil in a 500 degree oven, five applications. I did this along with some other pans on our outdoor gas grill. The basic seasoning from the factory is a start, but not what you need for routine use. Also, lids don't routinely get seasoning built up with cooking, since they only contact vapor and splatters.
The lid perfectly fits both our "Lodge L8SK3 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Skillet, 10.25-inch" and our "Lodge L9OG3 Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Round Griddle, 10.5-inch".
See attached photos.
What I like most about this lid is that it fits all these pots/Skillet tightly. Another thing that I like is the short spikes I side the lid. This helps to baste the meat/good in the pan and keeps the food moist and tender.
I highly recommend this lid.
I deliberately waited to review this product, because there are so many reviews which praise or dismiss cast iron within a few days or weeks of them using it for the first time. So please take this review from someone who had the patience to experiment with the pros and the cons.
Personally, I feel that cast iron, in general, is fantastic, because it will last for several life times if taken care of properly. In addition, it doesn't have Teflon, which is becoming a constant concern for those who know better.
It is durable for decades, if not centuries, IF CARED FOR PROPERLY.
It distributes heat more evenly.
It retains heat longer than other cookware.
Once well seasoned, it almost takes care of itself.
It's heavy. People with arthritis, or some other physical impairment may have a problem with its weight.
There is a learning curve, which takes some getting use to, because of the fact that it retains heat more evenly, and retains it.
Un-learning how to clean your cookware can be counterintuitive. Don't soak it, don't use soap, and don't scrub it. (It removes the seasoning that makes cast iron so great.)
The 10.25 lid is versatile. While it completely covers the 10.25 pan, it does a fairly good job of covering the 10.50 inch square grill pan. And of course of you have any other 10.25 pans, Dutch ovens, etc, you won't need to buy an additional cover. And while yes, a round top can't completely cover the square pan, it still fits, though it allows vapors to escape. You can decide if that is a pro or con based on how you cook. The only real problem was that by its design, this lid is somewhat more susceptible rust. So I HIGHLY suggest storing the lid upside down, if you can, to help prevent this. But, after seasoning it a few times, the potential problem has become no problem at all.
MY BOTTOM LINE: If you're willing to put a little more time in cookware that will take care of your culinary needs, as long as you take care of it, then buy this. Yes, you'll have to do some small amount of rethinking how you cook, but ultimately, anyone who is passionate about cooking will appreciate cast iron. But, if you want a light weight, easy to maintain even for a five year old, then cast iron products may not be for you.
I'd appreciate any questions or comments, so please feel free to ask me anything about cast iron products. And if I was helpful, please give me a positive vote, and of course, I'll address your comments and concerns when you post them.
Thanks for taking the time to read my review.