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MASTER Chef Cast Iron Fry Pan, 12-in for $17.99

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[Canadian Tire] MASTER Chef Cast Iron Fry Pan, 12-in for $17.99

  • MASTER Chef Cast Iron Fry Pan features a cast-iron construction for superior heat retention and lasting performance
  • Ideal for use on all stove types, including gas, electric, ceramic, solid fuel, and induction surfaces
  • Can be used in conventional ovens
  • Not suitable for the microwave or dishwasher
  • Hand wash only
  • Diameter: 12" (30.4 cm)
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Thanks OP. Was looking for a nice new cast iron pan. Making home made pizzas in it Smiling Face With Open Mouth
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Thanks I was in need of one
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eugeneo wrote: Thanks OP. Was looking for a nice new cast iron pan. Making home made pizzas in it Smiling Face With Open Mouth
Good deal for a smaller CI pan. Was doing pizzas in cast iron too but switched to 1/4" HR steel plate and it's better and simpler :)
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shadowsteve wrote: Good deal for a smaller CI pan. Was doing pizzas in cast iron too but switched to 1/4" HR steel plate and it's better and simpler :)
Any link for the product?
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darkhorz1 wrote: Any link for the product?
I made two of them myself. Two pieces of 16x14x1/4" from Metal Supermarket was just under 44$ and then I smoothed the edges with a grinder, soaked in vinegar for a couple of days to remove the scale and seasoned in the oven the same as cast iron is done. You can buy them already done on Amazon if you don't want the work.

https://www.amazon.ca/Baking-Steel-Stee ... 128&sr=8-4
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shadowsteve wrote: I made two of them myself. Two pieces of 16x14x1/4" from Metal Supermarket was just under 44$ and then I smoothed the edges with a grinder, soaked in vinegar for a couple of days to remove the scale and seasoned in the oven the same as cast iron is done. You can buy them already done on Amazon if you don't want the work.

https://www.amazon.ca/Baking-Steel-Stee ... 128&sr=8-4
So you paid $22 each? Would you be willing to make 2 for me if i pay extra? Are you in Toronto?

Also, can i ask what type of steel? Like theres a code like a36 or whatever, and is it cold or hot rolled (whats the difference?)

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