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No More Lodge Cast Iron at Bed Bath and Beyond?

optimal forager Nov 15, 2006 01:21 AM

Last time I checked, BB&B carried Lodge, but it's no longer in my local BB&B and I couldn't find it on their website. Have all the stores stopped carrying it altogether? I was looking forward to using a 20% off.

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    BabyBee Nov 16, 2006 11:27 AM

    I live in Melbourne, FL and my local BBB has them. In fact, I just bought a skillet about a month ago!!

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      slacker Nov 16, 2006 06:31 PM

      I live in Los Angeles, and Lodge had disappeared from my local BBB a long time ago. Too bad, since of course I wanted one after they stopped carrying them.

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        rainey Nov 16, 2006 07:06 PM

        Don't know where you are in LA but many old-fashioned hardware stores have carried it forever. Near me in Woodland Hills Franklin Hardware on Ventura at Topanga has a very complete selection.

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          slacker Nov 16, 2006 08:18 PM

          Good idea about the hardware stores, they do carry a lot of stuff, don't they. Too bad no 20% off though.

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            Seattle Rose Nov 16, 2006 09:04 PM

            Cast iron is so reasonably priced that not having a discount shouldn't be a big deal.

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        geekgirl Nov 16, 2006 10:05 PM

        The J.C. Penney catalog has LC on sale right now and many szes and colors.

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          Nancy Berry Nov 17, 2006 02:26 PM

          Linens-n-Things sells Lodge Logic. Perhaps there's one in your area. They also have 20% off coupons.


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            rainey Nov 17, 2006 06:06 PM

            Ooooo! I was just in a Linens-n-Things yesterday and didn't look in that section.

            I think the Lodge Logic is very interesting. I haven't liked the colors I've seen in catalogues but I was hoping they looked better in person. I'll look for it next time I'm in a L-n-T.

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              Nancy Berry Nov 18, 2006 03:33 AM

              Lodge Logic is not enameled cast iron -- it's preseasoned regular cast iron. Here's a link to L-n-L's Lodge Logic web page which has pictures of many of the items available:


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              ChowFun_derek Nov 18, 2006 01:33 AM

              B B and B will accept Linen and Things coupons...I wonder whether THEY will accept B B and B coupons...if so the OP is in luck!

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                Pei Nov 18, 2006 02:05 AM

                Yes, LNT accepts BBB coupons. I've definitely done that before.

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              Kib Nov 17, 2006 06:52 PM

              My husband loves to buy cast iron, we find ours at Dick's Sporting Goods or Gaylans.

              1. Pei Nov 17, 2006 07:39 PM

                I was just at Bed Bath and Beyond in West LA today, and they don't have any Lodge.

                The only cast iron they have is Emeril. Sigh.

                However, a 6 qt cast iron dutch oven (uncoated) with a lid was going for $50. After those 20% mailers they're forever sending out, that's not so much more than a Lodge at Target. But yes, I agree with others that getting Lodge somewhere other than BBB will be cheaper.

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                  paulj Nov 18, 2006 01:48 AM

                  Wallyworld (Walmart) carries the basic Lodge Logic pieces, such as the 10" fry pan. A web search for 'dutch oven' or 'chuck wagon' should turn up sources for their more 'exotic' pieces, such as the three legged dutch ovens with dished lids.
                  e.g. http://www.ahappycamper.com/products/...

                  Sports stores that sell smokers and turkey friers may also carry cast iron pans.


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