In 1896, in the tiny town of South Pittsburg, Tennessee, U.S.A., Joseph Lodge built a cast iron foundry. From this humble beginning, his legacy of quality cast iron cookware has gone on to thrive through two World Wars and the Great Depression, to be carried on by his family today in America’s only remaining foundry.

Naturally seasoned with oil, Lodge Cast Iron cookware is loved by chefs and home cooks the world over. Nothing can beat the even heating, heat retention, durability, and value of Lodge Cast Iron.

Lodge Cast Iron Camp Oven

LODGE CAST IRON - IT GETS BETTER WITH AGE

Al Brown - Chef & Restauranteur

"Lodge Cast Iron equipment is the first and only real original non-stick cookware. It takes a beating, gets better with age and will never ever let you down. For heat retention, durability and ease of cooking, nothing beats Lodge gear!"

~ Chef and Restaurateur Al Brown ~

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In 2002 Lodge introduced to the marketplace foundry seasoned, ready-to-use cast iron cookware. This was a first, and set a new standard for the cast iron cookware industry earning Lodge numerous industry accolades and awards.

Seasoned Lodge Cast Iron cookware offers a healthy alternative to non-stick cooking and is ready to use right out of the box. Unlike some cookware, Lodge Cast Iron lasts a lifetime with a natural, easy-release finish that improves with age.

Whether you ‘re frying, simmering, sautéing, baking, braising, or slow roasting you’ll find what you need with Lodge’s extensive range of skillets, grills, dutch ovens, woks, pizza pans and outdoor grills.

Truly versatile, Lodge Cast Iron cookware is at home in the oven, on the stovetop (including induction), on the grill or over the campfire. Lodge Cast Iron - a lifetime of cooking.

Lodge Cast Iton Cookware
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USE & CARE

Keep it dry. Keep it oiled (seasoned). Keep it 100 years.

3 Easy Care Steps

  1. Wash – by hand, no soap necessary
  2. Dry immediately
  3. Season - rub with a light coat of vegetable oil after every use

TIPS

  • Apply enough oil to restore the sheen, without being sticky.
  • If "no soap" is too scary mild soapy water is fine, but you must dry and oil immediately.
  • DO NOT put it in the dishwasher!
  • New cookware may stick so use a little oil when cooking.
  • Lodge seasoned cast iron is right at home on any heat source, except the microwave.
  • If you notice rust, scour the rust, rinse and dry, and rub with a little vegetable oil.
  • If there is a lot of rust then you may have to re-season. Visit Lodge Re-Seasoning for directions. It's easy!
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STOCKISTS

NORTHLAND

  • TASTE
  • THE SCULLERY

AUCKLAND

HAWKES BAY

WAIKATO / BAY OF PLENTY

TARANAKI / MANAWATU

  • ONE OFF LIMITED
  • TAYLOR ROAD

WELLINGTON

SOUTH ISLAND

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CONTACT US

For more information please contact us by email at info@lodgecastiron.co.nz or phone (09) 272 8620.

Lodge Cast Iron Outdoor Cookware