|Product Depth (in.)||15.88 in||Product Height (in.)||1.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||10.5 in|
|Cooktop Compatibility||Electric Coil, Electric Smooth Top, Gas, Induction||Features||Broiler Safe, Built-in Handles, No Additional Features|
|Kitchen Product Type||Grill Pans||Material||Cast Iron|
|Maximum Heating Temperature (Fahrenheit)||500||Number of Pieces||1|
|Shape||Round||Style||Classic, Farmhouse, Rustic, Transitional|
A: Yes, you can use the griddle to bake biscuits.
A: Yes. I have used mine several times on my electric glass cook top. Of course, be careful not to bang it around. I regularly cook on the barbecue, too, using it for an outside griddle. Then clean it up and use it back inside. Very versatile.
A: Hi Tigo. Thank you for shopping at the Home Depot. No, the bottom of the Cast Iron Skillet does not say Dutton. It says “Lodge”. https://www.homedepot.com/p/Lodge-12-in-Cast-Iron-Skillet-in-Black-with-Pour-Spout-L10SK3/301037364 Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Rick_HD_OC
A: Yes it does
A: We do not sand our pans. The texture is a result of the sand-casting process Lodge uses. It creates a surface texture that allows the seasoning to adhere to it. As you use your cookware over time and continue to season it, the pan will become smoother. Unlike other types of cookware, Lodge Cast Iron only gets better with age. Some people prefer to smooth out the roughness, and it is okay to do so using fine-grade sandpaper. Be sure to re-season the item promptly after doing so.
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