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Lodge LPP3 Cast Iron Square Ribbed Panini Press, 8.25-inch

  • Handle and press are cast as one piece for decades of cooking
  • Unparalleled in heat retention and even heating
  • Seasoned with oil for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use
  • Easy care: hand wash, dry, rub with cooking oil
  • Fits the Lodge 10.5 inch square skillet and grill pan and round skillets 12 inches or larger

For more than 100 years, Lodge has been perfecting the process of making cast iron cookware. They formulate just the right metal chemistry, created exacting mold tolerances for their castings, and developed the perfect wall construction for the best even heating found in cookware. No other cast iron cookware is made to Lodge's strict standards. Handle and press are cast as one piece for decades of cooking. This Ribbed Panini Press is seasoned with oil for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with use. Seasoning is done at the foundry and offers a superior look and performance to home seasoning. And since the seasoning is already done for you, it saves you the time and effort previously needed to season raw cast iron. The Panini Press is a ribbed cast iron plate that works in conjunction with a skillet grill to produce top and bottom searing simultaneously. You can also create mouth-watering steaks and seafood, plus the Panini Press can be used to expel excess fat for a delicious low fat dish! Use on griddles, in skillets or even on the outdoor grill. 8.25" Square. Fits the Lodge 10.5 inch square skillet and grill pan and round skillets 12 inches or larger. Easy care: hand wash, dry, rub with cooking oil. Made in the USA. What’s with the drip? All Lodge cookware is pre- seasoned with 100% soybean oil, baked onto the surface at a high temperature. Since natural oil melts at this high temperature and the cookware hangs as it dries, some finished pieces experience a bubble in the seasoning, visibly known as the drip. This brownish color is not a defect; it’s simply the hardened cooking oil. It does not affect performance and will go away in time as you continue to cook and season the item. View Details

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