Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by SHD, Jan 21, 2016.
That pan is well traveled, looks like you have over nighter trips down to a science...
Ha ha, that's awesome man! Looks like it's a member of the family. I've never seen a pan like that before but it seems like it does a great job out in the field. It's also apparent that you know how to cook good food and have a good time in beautiful country. Do you have or use anything as a lid for it?
It as a lid, thats how you can bake in it as a DO, see the last 2 photos, the gal is holding the lid with the hot pad, the lid is also a griddle.
In the very first photo you can see the lid proped up behind the pan on the stove.
On the pic with the 2 kids and sasquatch holding the coors, the lid is infront of the pan, with the griddle side up.
Good dozen cast iron pieces. My favorite;
So looking up Lodge cooking wear....Those who have used satisfied? Bought a 10" 1.5" deep skillet. In first test run in was good. Need to rplace a couple items...just looking for opinions.
I have little experience with newer Lodge items. They are made in USA so that's a good thing and they test all of their iron for impurities as opposed to the potentially sketchy overseas (Asian) companies. One downside to newer cast iron is the heavier weight compared to older more polished stuff. What exactly are you looking to get? If you are interested in some of the really "good" stuff (Griswold, Wagner) I have quite a bit that needs to find a new home..
Yeah it is heavy. But i am satisfied with it. Wife said I had to wait, she doesnt like the weight, but that thing really heats up and is awesome for breakfast, eggs, bacon, etc, and especially fried potatoes
SHD, if you have something like what Mark posted. I'd be very interested.
My new Lodge off the gas grill, browned boned pork chops, garlic/buttered sauteed mushrooms, and some cream of mushroom soup...add fresh green beans and a mushroom/asparagus rissotto for complete meal....with a Raven Trickster IPA
Good thing my phone is waterproof, cause I just druled all over it.
Well Jeff it took me awhile but i finally got around to looking through the iron pile. I have a few "chicken fryers" (kind of like Mark's bottom pan, but no hinged lid combos.
Thanks for looking.
We trap them the same way! I think our record was 17 one night.
You beat my record by 5!
Mice can cause some serious problems when you can't easily replace what they destroy. I don't like using poison because it ends up in the guts of owls.
I've stomped em, drowned em, and shot em. Used to work on a fly ranch and had them in cabins where the food was and guests could see. We were ruthless.
To the OP, I have a large skillet, medium skillet, and medium with the grill lines on it. All are Lodge, and I love em. They just get better and better. A couple months ago Fred Meyer had a BOGO sale on Lodge... I should have spent more but only got my two mediums