Lodge cast iron

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  1. Jason in ID

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    A good place that I've found to get Lodge cast iron is Ross and TJMaxx. I've mostly just seen frying pans and griddles, but it's hard to beat new ones for $10-$15. Due to the nature of those stores, they don't always have them in stock but I see them there pretty regularly.
     
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    Another great place to get them is at the factory outlet store in Kodak, TN (Near Gatlinburg). Them have a section of factory seconds that supposedly have blemishes. Some were noticeable but more often than not I couldn't tell that they were blemished.
     
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    Commerce GA has an outlet store - if you go to the Coleman outlet they have coupons you can take to the Lodge outlet and get a 10 inch
    2nd for about $6
    i got one about a mounth ago - it's great and already broken in
    Also bought a deep sided frypan for chicken - the pan was regular price but the lid was a 2nd - saved lots of money

    have my list made for the next trip up there
     
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    Amazon had a bunch on sale and free shipping :)
     
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    Lodge also has a 2nds store in South Pittsburg, Tn. right down the street from the factory. Nothing wrong with them other than a few cosmetic errors.
     
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    One of our favorite sources are yard sales and estate autions.
    Ya never know what youll see, so you grab it while you can.
     
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    I find Craigslist almost always has great deals on Lodge items. A skillet can be 100 years old and perfectly good to cook on, plus it has character!
     
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    I got mine at wal-mart I think the 12 inch griddle was 14-16 bucks, and the restaurant chain Cracker Barrel sells them as well.
     
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    Yeah the Cracker Barrel ones are more pricey, but they cook "Better" LOL
    :4:
    The Lodge www has the National Parks and BSA Dutch Ovens too.
    Been eyeballin a Grand Canyon DO.
     
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    All my cast iron came from my family "hand me down fry pans" (two) or the local Flea Market. I have never paid more than $10.00 for any picece of cast iron. I have Lodge; Griswold and Wagner's. I also have a "no name" 10" stove top Dutch Oven wthout lid.

    Total is:
    10 fry pans
    2 Lodge Campfire Dutch Ovens (with legs) 12" and 8"
    2 Stove Top 10" Dutch Ovens with Lids
    1 Stove Top Dutch Oven 10" without a lid
    3 Cast Iron griddles
    1 Cast Iron Trivet

    I have a complete set of equipment to cook over a campfire or in our fireplace. A heavy duty pair of welders gloves are a must for me.
    I have metal handled heavy bottomed pots and pans to cook over any type of heat source.

    I get more from the Flea Market than trying to go from yard sale to yard sale. I can visit 50 sellers in one place.
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    I am pleased with the several new pieces of Lodge cast iron, but I occasionally stumble over Griswold and Wagner at garage sales and flea markets. If the price is right, it follows me home.
     

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