Lodge Logic Biscuit Pan : Just spoon the batter into the wells of the pan and bake. The cast iron conducts the heat uniformly through the pan to ensure even baking so the biscuits emerge crunchy on the outside and feather-light on the inside. Hand-washing recommended. 13"W x x1 1/4"H, with seven 3 1/4" Dia. wells. Made in USA.
I make drop biscuits instead of rolling and cutting them out and this pan has a place for each biscuits and they don't touch each other and bake together. I also want to make scones and use this pan. The biscuits turn out well so I am sure they will too.
Lodge Logic Cast-Iron Skillet : It's perfect for making virtually anything from bacon and eggs to grilled sandwiches, pan-fried fish, and fabulous cornbread. Each has dual pour spouts (except the 15" size) and a helper handle. Set of 2 includes the 10 1/4" and 12" diameter skillets. Lodge Logic's preseasoning process penetrates the metal's pores thoroughly and uniformly, so it looks and performs better than traditional home seasoning. You still get the even heating, superior heat retention, and inherently stick-resistant finish that has made cast iron cookware a favorite of professional chefs. Oven-safe. Made in the USA.
I love cast iron pans to cook with and these are already seasoned. They are nice and heavy and I don't have to worry about them tipping or getting knocked off the stove.
My Favorite BrandLodge cast iron
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Carbon's Golden Malted Pancake and Waffle Mix
Carbon's Golden Malted Pancake and Waffle Mix : When you don't have time to make your secret recipe, make Mr. F.S. Carbon's secret "family recipe" mixture of premium wheat flour and corn flour, blended with wholesome malt and a blend of flavorings turns out fluffy, golden brown waffles and pancakes every time. Plain mix is in 33-oz cans. Yields: 30-36 pancakes, 5" Dia. or 15-18 waffles, 7" Dia.
As good as mine from scratch
PostedOctober 10, 2011
I made then for my son in law and he ate the whole platter and talked about them for 3 days so I ordered 4 more cans. Now this is what he wants every time we eat pancakes.