We already have an extensive collection of cast iron and our favorite pieces are the older ones where the mfr. took the time to grind the surfaces as smooth as a babies bottom. I have also done that to some newer Lodge pieces, but it takes a lot of time and elbow grease.
Looks like they only have one available piece at the moment, a 10.5 skillet.
I might toss this on my X-mass list and see if I get one. If not I might buy one next year.
I like the idea of supporting a made in USA company who is trying to make real functional cast iron cookware.
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