Lodge cookware has been around for over 100 years, and is made right here in the U.S.A. This was the deciding factor when I decided to start purchasing cast iron cookware, as well as collecting it from antique stores.
Here's a few of the Lodge cookware products I personally use, as my collection continues to grow.
Lodge Cookware- 12″ Cast Iron Skillet
This was my very first Lodge skillet. Approximately 2 1/2 inches deep, the Lodge 12″ skillet is very versatile. I mainly use this skillet for potatoes and eggs, but lately, I've been throwing it in the oven for baking french toast and other breakfast dishes.
Just like the 12″, but a little smaller. This ones perfect for frying up some over easy eggs and little sausages.
Lodge 9 Quart Dutch Oven
This thing is HUGE! I recently bought the Lodge 9qt dutch oven, and decided to put it to the “ultimate” test. I purchased two whole chickens from Sam's Club, (if you've ever shopped there, you can about imagine how big these things are) and decide to bake both of them at the same time…and they actually fit! I even had enough room for some potatoes and carrots to tuck around the sides of the chickens! With a family of six, I'm glad I went with the biggest dutch oven that Lodge makes!
Lodge Cast Iron Wok
While putting this page together, I headed over to the Lodge website to get the exact dimensions, and discovered that they no longer make it anymore. I was fortunate enough to inherit my mother's wok that I bought for her during Christmas of 1989. I contacted Lodge to see when production of their wok will presume, and update this page if it becomes available again.