It has been years since I have cooked in a good old cast iron pan.Tired of the T-fel scrapping off into food,so I went back to my Grandma's way of cooking,but without a wood stove.Let me tell you ther... Show More.e are bad cast iron skillets out there and good ones. Camp Chef is a great skillet.Cooks great and no sticking,but after each use you do need to reseason it. These skillets are great to bake in too. Plus you can go from stove to fire pit cooking, and it's great. There is no other cooking pan that I know of, that you can throw in a campfire to cook in,and it comes out looking the same way as when you put it in.
- True Seasoned Finish cast iron pot
- Dual pour spouts
- Comfort design handle
- Helper handle to provide support while carrying or pouring
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