Lodge versus Le Creuset skillet

kbuzbeeNovember 13, 2005

Which of these do you find easier to use? Free food easier during cooking? Easier to clean up? I know the Le Creust would handle acidic dishes better but would the Lodge be generally more "non stick"?? If someone would GIVE you one or the other, which one would you choose?? (or would BOTH be required?)

Thanks!

Ken

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lindac

It's not either or....it's like apples and oranges....both are great.
BUT anything you can do in a lodge, I can do in a Le C....and you can't brown a pork chop and cover it with tomatoes and simmer it for a 1/2 an hour in a Lodge....but I can in a Le C.
Linda C

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