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    New grilling products by Lodge

    https://www.lodgecastiron.com/shop/c...ilAttribute2%%

    #2
    Some cool stuff. Thanks

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      #3
      Yeah, I saw em. I guess they are for somebody. Nothin that is my cup of tea or trippin my trigger.

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      • bbqLuv
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        Do you have a cast iron teacup, and would they be a thing?
        PBR minds just want to know,

      #4
      Ha...didn’t have interest in the new releases. I should’ve stopped right there......kept going and say a griddle I could use for the house so I can leave the other at the lake house. Seem to use it every time I’m there now.


      Then....that damn paella pan! Although I think it’s smaller than my enamel, so perhaps the MPS will ease in the next few minutes.

      thanks for sharing the link!

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      • Troutman
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        I still like my carbon steel paella pan. CI one would be too heavy. I'm old and frail and need all the help I can get !!

      • barelfly
        barelfly commented
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        Troutman - it was a carbon steel pan, looked nice. I don’t want to use a CI as well although I have used my 17” CI Lodge for paella because I left the enamel pan at the lake. But yes, it was heavy!!!

      #5
      Regardless of whether or not I need the stuff, I still like looking at the offerings. Thanks for the link Smack !!

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      • glitchy
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        I completely agree, though sometimes the window shopping does get me to buy things I really don't need.

      #6
      Lodge is doing some neat things for sure.

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        #7
        MCS rising...

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        • bbqLuv
          bbqLuv commented
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          Them tuna steaks look good.
          Looks like a cast iron version of Grill grates.

        • N227GB
          N227GB commented
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          Holes in the grill topper is a cool idea! 😎

          (Posted from my phone)

        #8
        I have a cast-iron Dutch Oven I am learning to use camping. Not completely sold in cast iron, but getting there.
        Happy Grilling on your Lodge with PBR too.

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          #9
          The only thing saving me from MCS today is that I have this All-Clad grill pan set and I made my own smoke pot from a 1 quart Lodge pan thanks to some guidance from Spinaker .

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            #10
            Sure, just take my money...I like some of that.

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              #11
              I just ordered the grilling pan. I have been waiting for Lodge to come out with one of these. They are great for doing veggies on the grill and you get that awesome grill flavor with out dropping all the veggies through the grate into the fire.

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