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[Canadian Tire] General Store Addlestone Cast Iron Fry Pan, 10-in $9.99

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[Canadian Tire] General Store Addlestone Cast Iron Fry Pan, 10-in $9.99

Was looking for an inexpensive cast iron pan and grabbed this one from Canadian Tire. Haven't seen anything cheaper and it's a reasonable size.
In-store had the bin labeled on sale for $29.99 but is $9.99.

I ended up also getting this 12inch Lagostina Cast iron pan that's on sale for $29.99 (regular: $99.99): https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/lago ... p.html#srp

Haven't used it yet but it says its safe for stove top (gas/electric) and Oven safe.
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I feel bad for anyone who believe those are the regular prices lmao
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StockTrack ... shows $29.99 at all/most stores in GTA

edit: my bad clicked the wrong link :(
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9.99 at my local store (Surrey-Newton).

I already have a 10" lodge cast iron skillet or I'd be all over this. Still actually tempted...
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Thx OP - have been thinking about trying to make dutch baby at home - for $10 not much of a risk!

ETA: extra reward: use ebates!

cheers,
:)
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Lol i ordered this one last time but then cancelled my order
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AAkbar786 wrote: Was looking for an inexpensive cast iron pan and grabbed this one from Canadian Tire. Haven't seen anything cheaper and it's a reasonable size.
In-store had the bin labeled on sale for $29.99 but is $9.99.

I ended up also getting this 12inch Lagostina Cast iron pan that's on sale for $29.99 (regular: $99.99): https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/lago ... p.html#srp

Haven't used it yet but it says its safe for stove top (gas/electric) and Oven safe.
The $10 one seems like a great deal! Although for the 12.5, there is one on Amazon with a high amount of good reviews for 23.99, this one also comes pre-seasoned. https://www.amazon.ca/Seasoned-Cast-Ski ... 259&sr=8-5 .
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https://www.living.ca/p-362720-lb-psci- ... 1572979322

These are still the best Cast Iron I owned till this day, it was on sale for $9.99 in October and often goes on sale. Cast Iron pans also depends on the users and how they take care of them..... so.....
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Thanks OP, great find.

Just wanted to point out that it claims to be "non-stick". It's not. Modern cast-iron pans are not machined after casting, so they have the rough surface from the sand mould, and the factory "seasoning" isn't really seasoning - it's just enough to keep it from rusting before it sells. Not a strike against this pan, as all modern pans come this way now. Just be aware that the marketing is misleading.

You can make it non-stick if you want. It's a PITA but you only need to do it once. You sand the cooking surface smooth, remove the factory seasoning, and apply proper seasoning in a few coats that each take hours. (I'd do it, but that's the kind of geek I am.)

In case anyone's interested and hasn't seen these yet:

An explanation of why this type of seasoning is recommended:
http://sherylcanter.com/wordpress/2010/ ... cast-iron/

Sanding disk used in the following video:
http://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.drill ... 21491.html

Demonstration of sanding the pan:


Video on the same seasoning method:

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