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Old 04-20-2009, 09:41 AM   #11
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Hardware stores are a good start for CI and sporting goods stores(Bass? Gander Mtn,) would have them. the easiest way to know if a store has CI is to ask.

you can also google cast iron cookware that will have more than enough websites to find what you want.
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Old 04-20-2009, 09:55 AM   #12
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I bought my pre-seasoned CI skillet at Walmart for $5 less than anywhere else.
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Old 04-20-2009, 04:51 PM   #13
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I've gone to my local wal-mart & all they had were skillets. Granted they were cheap and the brand i wanted but for me there has to be more than just skillets.
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I've gone to my local wal-mart & all they had were skillets. Granted they were cheap and the brand i wanted but for me there has to be more than just skillets.

You may not find everything you need, but if they have what you want, you'd save a few bucks. The Walmart I went to had Lodge two burner reversible griddles, dutch ovens and three sizes of skillets.
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I got a nice oblong Fajita pan with wooden base once and then about six months ago a Wal-Mart they had a 12" round skillet with low sides which has become my everyday all purpose skillet. It is never off the stove.

Sometimes garage or estate sales are the only places to get some variety in cast iron pans. Maybe it will improve as interest in cast-iron continues to (re) grow.
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