The Field #12 Cast Iron Skillet

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The Field #12 Cast Iron Skillet

A good cast iron pan is truly invaluable. This revolutionary skillet from the Field Company is a scaled up version of their lightweight original, with more cooking area and a pre-seasoned surface that’s ready to go out of the box, on the stove or over the fire.


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A good cast iron pan is truly invaluable. This revolutionary skillet from the Field Company is a scaled up version of their lightweight original, with more cooking area and a pre-seasoned surface that’s ready to go out of the box, on the stove or over the fire.

Story

A good cast iron pan is one of the most invaluable tools you can have in your kitchen — nothing compares to the way they retain heat and hold up over years of use. This scaled-up version of the Field Company’s original revolutionary American-made cast iron skillet features more room for cooking, and at eight pounds is still far lighter than your typical cast iron. The incredibly smooth pre-seasoned surface stacks up to the best Wagner or Griswold, delivering an almost no-stick finish and a perfectly even sear.

Stephen & Chris Muscarella, the founders of Field Company, developed their product with methodical and zealous attention to detail, working closely with American iron foundries to enhance traditional production methods. Ready to go out of the box, each Field Company skillet only improves with use, whether you’re cooking on an induction range, in the oven, or over an open fire.

Specs
  • 13.375” top diameter
  • 11.5” cooking surface
  • 2.25” wall height
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Works on all cooktops including: gas range, induction, and electric
  • Oven and fire pit-friendly (after some seasoning)
  • Ergonomic handle
  • 25-50% lighter than most competing cast iron skillets
Materials
  • Cast Iron
Origin
  • Made in the USA
Notes
  • Ships with cast iron care manual