Cast Iron Skillets November 6, 2012
They always say, don’t mess with a classic. While we’ll happily take our gas range stoves over the more traditional wood burners, there are some kitchen classics we know will stand the test of time.
The cast iron skillet is one such classic. This kitchen tool earns its hefty weight with versatility. You can use a cast skillet to fry an egg, sear a steak, stir-fry vegetables, roast chicken, and even bake a cake! They’re perfect for precision cooking because of their excellent heat retention qualities — you’re sure to have an even cooking temperature.
Cast iron skillets are also the perfect no-stick pan. No need to add oil of worry about Teflon. A well-seasoned cast iron skillet will last for generations, so making an investment now will keep your family eating well for years to come!