FINEX Cast Iron Skillet

May 6, 2015

Category: Gear

Go check your kitchen cabinets right now. If there’s no cast iron skillet in there, you simply have not earned your chef stripes yet. Also, what were you planning on hitting a home invader over the head with? A roll of aluminum foil? Come on, you need a skillet.

The FINEX 12” Cast Iron Skillet is handcrafted in the USA and features a unique octagonal shape that comes in handy when working on a crowded stove. The skillet is computer machined with an easy release cooking surface, and its quick-cooling, polished, stainless steel spring handle dissipates heat like a champ. Cast iron skillets are known for their ability to heat food evenly, whether it’s searing a tuna steak or sautéing onions, and it’s oven-safe up to 500ºF. [Purchase]

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