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Le Creuset square skillet grill pan (26cm) - $99.97 clearance

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[Costco] Le Creuset square skillet grill pan (26cm) - $99.97 clearance

Le Creuset square skillet grill pan (26cm) on clearance for $99.97. Seen at Vaughan Woodbridge.
Only red and blue colours. Plenty of stock available.

Was previously $150 in March - costco-le-creuset-square-skillet-grill- ... v-2452638/

Retails for $250 (no one should pay this price) - https://www.lecreuset.ca/en_CA/square-s ... S2021.html

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Anyone seen this one at Ottawa Costco?
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Wondering when the “made in China” comments will come…..lol
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Masood24 wrote: Anyone seen this one at Ottawa Costco?
Yes, past weekend - but not at this price. (think $135 or so).

Definitely YMMV
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asterisk* wrote: Wondering when the “made in China” comments will come…..lol
But these are made in France...
Le Creuset only makes their cast iron in France.
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Is there an advantage of having this vs a regular Lodge grill which only costs $20 on sale? I mean the enamel is on the part where it doesn't matter where it touches the stove. Why isn't the enamel on the part you cook with?
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Apr 27, 2021
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does this exist in any of the Mississauga or Oakville Costcos?
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Great price, bought mine at henckles warehouse sale for $140 I think. Thing is great and heavy as heck, really good consistent heat on all stoves types.
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are this inducement stove ready?
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tungx2 wrote: are this inducement stove ready?
Cast iron are fine to use on induction stovetop.
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What are these pans best use for? Grill cheese? Steaks?
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jindogae wrote: What are these pans best use for? Grill cheese? Steaks?
If you have to ask, big man, you can't afford it
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jindogae wrote: What are these pans best use for? Grill cheese? Steaks?
They're great for grilling anything really. Steaks, vegetables, fish, etc.
These are enamel coated compared to traditional cheaper cast iron, so no need to season it as it is mostly semi non-stick.
iPwn wrote: If you have to ask, big man, you can't afford it
...What? It's only $100
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elephantrider wrote: Is there an advantage of having this vs a regular Lodge grill which only costs $20 on sale?
Where do you find Lodge grill on sale for $20?!?
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elephantrider wrote: Is there an advantage of having this vs a regular Lodge grill which only costs $20 on sale? I mean the enamel is on the part where it doesn't matter where it touches the stove. Why isn't the enamel on the part you cook with?
The cooking surface is coated with clear enamel.
https://www.lecreuset.ca/en_CA/square-s ... S2021.html
Do I have to season the skillet?

No, this skillet is enamelled and does not require any seasoning. The clear enamel coating means your ingredients do not come into contact with raw cast iron. It is safe to cook acidic dishes in it.
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muffin4life wrote: Where do you find Lodge grill on sale for $20?!?
I used to buy them at Target/Kmart before the lockdown on the US side. I got myself a pretty large collection of Lodge stuff, everything from woks to bread pans.
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elephantrider wrote: Is there an advantage of having this vs a regular Lodge grill which only costs $20 on sale? I mean the enamel is on the part where it doesn't matter where it touches the stove. Why isn't the enamel on the part you cook with?
No difference. You are paying $80 for marketing and brand name

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