Reddit Reddit reviews Lodge Miniature Skillet, 3.5", Black

We found 30 Reddit comments about Lodge Miniature Skillet, 3.5", Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Lodge Miniature Skillet, 3.5
Cast iron provides superior heat retention and is unparalleled for even cookingSkillet is 3.5 inches in diameter. Suitable for small batch melting, mini individual deserts or utilize as spoon restMini Skillet is seasoned with 100% vegetable oil; no synthetic coatings or chemicals for a natural, easy-release finish that improves with useEasy care: Hand wash, dry, rub with cooking oilMade in USA. Lodge has been making cast iron cookware in South Pittsburg, Tennessee (pop. 3,300) since 1896. With over 120 years of experience, their cast iron is known for its high quality design, lifetime durability, and cooking versatility
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30 Reddit comments about Lodge Miniature Skillet, 3.5", Black:

u/Bullshit_To_Go · 113 pointsr/ExpectationVsReality

And clearly marked as a 3.5" mini skillet. Exact same pic. So either your wife's a moron or you're a big fat phony.

u/jmda90 · 111 pointsr/castiron

Thats a good idea that came out awesome. As far as drawer hardware for this one you need to find a baby skillet and use it as the pull..... just found this Lodge LMS3 Miniature Skillet, 3.5", Black

u/[deleted] · 29 pointsr/funny
u/brennok · 23 pointsr/ExpectationVsReality

Actually looks like the 6” model in the pic based off the pour spouts and space taken up on the cutting board underneath.

Edit: yup 6.5 pictured

u/greginnj · 18 pointsr/castiron

That must have been a fun find!

Fortunately, we can all get lucky, but I know it's more fun to stumble on cast iron in a store unexpectedly. (I found this link only because your post set me to googling ...)

u/aFakeProfessor · 9 pointsr/PUBATTLEGROUNDS

$5 on amazon, 3.5"

It's for eggs, reheating meals, or melting bries if you're fancy. I take it you do not own pans or cook much.

u/100PercentNotTheATF · 8 pointsr/weekendgunnit
u/ChairmanMeow23 · 7 pointsr/castiron

These are $4 on Amazon!

Lodge Miniature Skillet

u/emilystory · 5 pointsr/food

ooo I like this game.
A small microplane is great.
A good quality paring knife too I love the garnishing set from opinel. Or any opinel paring knife for that matter.
handheld little blowtorch (check amazon, there are some decent ones for under 30$)

as a woman of the cheffy persuasion I always love getting little gourmet ingredients in my stocking too.

Have you ever had "Noble" syrup?

the tiny bottles of this product are ridiculously adorable.

I also love getting infused salts.

A tiny pestle and mortar might be cool too! They are around 10$ or so.

Also a little cast iron pan. And then suggest that she bake a chocolate chip cookie in it and that you top it with ice cream and you eat it together. Then you're pretty much a hero.

plus it's cast iron, so will last forever. like your love. (aww)

u/wilma316 · 5 pointsr/castiron

Yall got it all wrong. Thats what theseare for!

u/estherfm · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That is a snazzy suit.

Holy smokes, Batman!

This thing -- free shipping in the 'Used and New' tab.

Thank you for the contest and the snazzy suits!

u/notyourcinderella · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

A miniature (3.5 inch) skillet! It's so cute and my husband would love it.

(It's on my Apartment Stuff list)

u/kb1976 · 2 pointsr/Cooking

All y'all might want to try these mini egg skillets. They produce an egg about the same size as a ring. No leak. Can use for other things.

u/WTH_is_a_gigawatt · 2 pointsr/WaltDisneyWorld
u/indoobitably · 2 pointsr/funny

I've replaced every piece of expensive nonstick with dirt cheap cast iron. Who wants to screw around with overly fancy pans that can't be used in an oven or on the bbq grill.

I also don't understand why seasoning them is such a big deal.

u/majetn · 2 pointsr/WeWantPlates

I found it for $4.99 on Amazon. And now I probably have to buy it, just because.

u/96dpi · 1 pointr/Cooking

I keep mine in this

Lodge 3.5 Inch Cast Iron Mini Skillet. Miniature Skillet for Individual Meal Use or Desserts

u/Supahvaporeon · 1 pointr/PUBATTLEGROUNDS

Do they make mini skillets that are the size of a refrigerator magnet?

Edit: It looks like there is a small 3.5 inch egg and sauce skillet on Amazon for $5. Not quite small enough to be a knick-knack, but it would make an excellent paperweight/magnetic clip holder.

I'll probably mock something up.

u/honeypnut · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love this miniature skillet. It’s so tiny and cute.

Edit: someone already said tiny skillet!!!! So I’m changing mine to gem-shaped candy/gelatin molds

u/DJorgensen · 1 pointr/Edmonton

I trust Lodge to make good pre-seasoned cast iron. For the most part has prices that are reasonable enough for me since I already have prime for the free shipping -

u/TheDopeGodfather · 1 pointr/castiron

Lodge 3.5 Inch Cast Iron Mini Skillet. Miniature Skillet for Individual Meal Use or Desserts

u/AnAngryFredHampton · 1 pointr/vegan

I've never used an iron suppliment, but as an FYI they charge a whole 30 bucks for a small chunk of cast iron. You could just as easily get a small (3.5 inch) cast iron pan for 5 bucks, scrub it with steel wool to strip the finish and boil it in water to get your iron.

u/LHalperSantos · 1 pointr/castiron
Not a bad price but I can see that adding up if you plan on having lots of guests.

u/Jaggs0 · 0 pointsr/FoodPorn

they just look like mini cast iron skillets.