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Bayou Classic 20-inch Skillet
Create culinary masterpieces with this rustic iron skillet. The skillet is made from cast iron and can be used in the oven or on the stove. The handles are fixed onto the skillet, so there is no chance of them breaking off during use.
ITEM#: 13797655This Bayou Classic 20-inch skillet is made of cast iron with three-inch sides. This round skillet is oven-safe up to 750-degrees Fahrenheit.
- Materials: Cast iron
- Handle attachment: Fixed
- Care instructions: Hand wash
- Oven-safe to: 750-degrees F
- Depth: 3 inches
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The pan was just to big for my wife to use. it would be great for camping, but not in a normal size kitchenRead More
When people say these are huge pans believe them, this pan is absolutely one of the biggest fry pans I have ever seen. We do however cook for a lot of people out at our camp and I can sure use it to fry up a lot of bacon. They are not pre-seasoned and it is way too large to season in the oven so it will need to be seasoned on the open fire but we can do this. I would recommend this to someone who cooks for very large but not for someone who wants to cook around the house.Read More
Too big. Does not fit in oven therefore could not season. I wish they would sell an 18 inch skillit.Read More
excellant product for large cooking surface or campfireRead More
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Thank you for shopping with us atheneon. It is 20 inches in diameter and 3 inches high. Have a nice day.
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do you have a lid for this
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is this skillit made in the usa.?
This item is made in China
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