Videos

Tour

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Step into the Lodge foundry in South Pittsburg, Tennessee for a guided video tour highlighting the balance of modern technology and ancient casting techniques. No safety gear required!

Cleaning

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Cleaning Lodge Cast Iron is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Follow these simple directions and your cookware can serve up memories for decades. For additional questions, please check out our Use & Care Section  

Restore

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If your cast iron cookware needs a little extra help, follow these simple instructions to refurbish your finish. Repeat as necessary to get that smooth black surface like grandma's skillet.

Lodge History

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As the sole domestic manufacturer of Cast Iron Cookware, the Lodge Cast Iron story is as American as George Washington and Davy Crockett. From hand-poured iron castings to foundry seasoning, the Lodge Story is a classic.

Steak

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Grilling is great, but for a restaurant-quality sear, nothing beats a Lodge Cast Iron pan. Here's a quick how-to on our favorite method for perfect steak. Be sure to make adjustments to your liking.

Eggs

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The ultimate test of any cookware is how it fries an egg. Once again, Lodge Cast Iron proves to be the best tool for the job for producing the perfect texture and flavor. Here's how we like ours...

Berry Cobbler

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Using the Lodge 10-1/4 inch skillet, we demonstrate how to prepare a yummy Raspberry Cobbler. It's so easy to prepare, you'll add it to your list of "must make" for every family gathering!

Roasted Potatoes

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Food stylist Jane Gaither demonstrates the oh-so-easy recipe for Roasted Potatoes. Prepared in our ever-versatile 12-inch skillet, roasted potatoes never tasted better!

Panini

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Using all Tennessee-made products, Jane Gaither’s Panini Sandwich recipe is slap your mama good! The Lodge Square Grill Pan and Panini Press make a dream combo!

Lodge Cookbook Promo

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Cast Iron recipes evoke more than just hunger. They come with memories and stories. Lodge PR Dude - Mark Kelly promotes our favorite cookbook while some well-known chefs talk about their experiences.