It’s the season of grilling and cookouts, and although we love a good grill grate as much as the next person, there’s another way to cook your favorite sausages, burger patties, and vegetables.
Enter the cast iron skillet. Watch the video below and learn how to maximize your Lodge Cast Iron Skillet at your next backyard bash!
Watch: How to Grill with a Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
Have some more fun with your Lodge Cast Iron Cookware and bake a Dutch Baby in the very same skillet you’ve been using all summer long. Sometimes known as a German pancake or Bismarck, this breakfast dish is a quick and yummy treat that’s as fun to watch puff up in the oven as it is to eat (preferably with maple syrup and a fruit compote).
Watch: How to Bake a Dutch Baby with a Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
Still cleaning your Cast Iron Skillet with soap? (Gasp!) Fret not—cleaning the skillet with soap is not the end of the world, but should definitely be avoided. Watch the video and keep your skillet well-seasoned and clean for years to come!
Watch: How to Clean a Lodge Cast Iron Skillet
Before you throw out your rusty cast iron cookware, check out the video below and restore your rusty cast iron skillet or Dutch oven to cook-ready condition in just a few steps. Hint: You’ll need steel wool scrubbing pads for this one.
Watch: How to Restore Rusty Cast Iron Cookware