WAGNER 1255 Cast Iron 8-Inch Round Skillet
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- The Standard Of Culinary Excellence
- Cast Iron Cook Ware Is The Original Non-Stick Cooking Suface
- Thumb Imprint On Pan Handle Is Easy To Control Pan While Sauteing & Cooking
- Proudly Made In The U.S.A.
- 8 Inch Diameter Pan Area
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|Size||8 Inch||10.25"||12"||8 inch||Large||12 inch|
Gently sloping sides allow foods to be scrambled, rolled or flipped. The flared shape allows steam to evaporate quickly, for making foods crispier. Ideal for pan-frying, as opposed to deep fat frying, where food is immersed in hot fat. These pans are, in a way, bent griddles; but, of course, with history they have evolved often to be some of our most useful and sometimes most elegant pans. Cast iron provides cooks a steady, even heat to brown foods. It retains heat and won't cool down when you take it off the burner. Approved for use over multiple range tops including: gas, solid, induction, ceramic, halogen, electric and flame. • Lifetime Warranty • Original Cast Iron Company • Seasoning & Care Guide
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But the pan itself is Not smooth or even...it is bumpy
and not Wagner QUALITY in my opinion...
yet i am happy to have at least one that was AFFORDABLE!!
Seen the prices lately on Ebay for Wagner, of late?????
It has a bit longer handle than lodge. Lodge claims to be the only
one still making cast iron pots/pans...If this is so..then WHERE
does this Wagner derrive? Certainly it too is American made
Luckily, it doesn't matter for me, since I bought this to try grinding the cooking surface with an orbital sander. On the plus side, I like the ergonomic handle design.