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Lodge Cast Iron cookware in TO?

kin0kin Aug 7, 2008 09:15 AM

Does anybody know where can I get Lodge logic cast iron stuff in TO? I went to The Bay yesterday and they were selling the pro logic 12" for 60 bucks!

  1. Rudiger Aug 7, 2008 01:58 PM

    I got my Lodge cast iron at Honest Eds. I think I paid around $20. The largest pan they had was under $30.

    This was about 2 months ago.

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    1. re: Rudiger
      eskay Aug 7, 2008 04:03 PM

      I saw some Lodge pans there a couple weeks ago. Don't remember what sizes though.

      1. re: Rudiger
        kin0kin Aug 7, 2008 06:48 PM

        man I was just around that area yesterday night...guess I'd be taking another trip tomorrow. My legs are almost broken from shopping for a new set kitchenware.

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        kin0kin Aug 7, 2008 01:04 PM

        I just came back from CT and picked up a lodge logix cast iron 12" for 40 after tax (35+ tax). 20 bucks is what this should go for cnsidering walmart.com is selling it fr $17 only. I might be heading to no frills @ dufferin later today for some groceries. Does anybody know if they carry it there?

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        1. re: kin0kin
          jayt90 Aug 7, 2008 07:38 PM

          Wal -Mart has an Asian brand of pre seasoned cast iron pans. They were priced at $16 and $23 by size. The finish was as good as the Lodge, so I may try one.

        2. jayt90 Aug 7, 2008 12:15 PM

          My local Loblaws(Liverpool rd) has pre seasoned Lodge. The basic 12" skillet is $20

          1. Kagemusha Aug 7, 2008 10:40 AM

            Not sure the Logic pre-seasoned stuff is around here. As mentioned, the old-school cast-iron ware is widely available at Crappy Tire and small Home Hardware franchises.

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            1. re: Kagemusha
              DishyDiva Aug 7, 2008 11:45 AM

              It depends on the location. I bought my 12' Lodge pre-seasoned frying pan at the Leslie St. Canadian Tire for $30.

              The Cook's Place on Danforth has a good selection of pre-seasoned Lodge cookware but I can't say if the prices are reasonable. You can always call and ask before heading out.

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              EFER Aug 7, 2008 09:46 AM

              Bass Pro Shop has a good selection of Lodge. Check out their website.

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              1. re: EFER
                futronic Aug 7, 2008 10:18 AM

                Canadian Tire carries Lodge pans, and they're not expensive.

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