12" Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet with Ribs

#SK12R
$25.00

Description

Make the most delicious, healthy meals with this classic 12” Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet with Ribs. The raised ribs on the cooking surface are perfect for searing meats and keeping food out of the unwanted greases and oils. The comfort grip handle ensures easy lifting and additional control. Dual pour spouts are added for convenience. This skillet is part of Camp Chef’s National Park Commemorative Edition and features a beautiful scene from Saguaro National Park. Seasoned with Camp Chef’s “True Seasoned Finish” this skillet has a natural surface that is ready to use out of the box.

Features

  • True Seasoned Finish cast iron pot
  • Dual pour spouts
  • Comfort design handle
  • Helper handle to provide support while carrying or pouring
  • Raised ribs for searing steaks and keeps your food out of grease and oils
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