Welcome to my Made in the USA Monday series where today I share a cast-iron skillet made in Tennessee.
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Today I am sharing a cast iron skillet that is made down in Pittsburg, Tennessee. You can read more about this 120+-year-old company here.
MADE IN USA CAST-IRON SKILLET
I found (I mean Santa found) my Lodge Blacklock cast iron skillet at Williams-Sonoma. Santa found them at Walmart too.
What I love about this skillet is the weight. It requires a two-handed grip to use and I love that. It’s similar to how I felt when I shared my last Made in the USA find.
There is something about a cast-iron skillet. It’s rustic. I imagine Rip using a cast-iron skillet in Yellowstone.
I called it rusticticity.
Santa brought me this one last Christmas and he brought our three college-age kids the smaller ones. I love it for this skillet breakfast recipe.
We love both sizes depending on the menu.
I love the smaller skillet for a chocolate chip cookie for two or for this Brussel sprout recipe.
There is something special about buying something in our country-supporting local communities and jobs. Yes, I likely pay a little bit more, but I think that makes me reach for this skillet over other skillets.
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