All Butter Pat Industries hand-cast-iron skillets are produced in small batches, take a lot of time to make and are apparently the choice pan of famed Southern chef, Sean Brock. They’re smooth as hell, light enough to toss veggies in, sport pour spots that are actually useful and are among our favorite cast iron out there. But they’re also far more expensive than your average pan.
Right Now, Butter Pat’s wicked cast-iron skillets are deeply discounted. The standard 10-inch “Heather” skillet, which usually runs just under $200, is $98. The mega-sized “Lilli” skillet that’s usually $395 is $195. The catch, if it is one, is that these products are all “restaurant use” grade, which means they may have minor blemishes or irregularities that don’t affect cooking performance. What’s more, Butter Pat has committed to donating all profits to World Central Kitchen, an emergency food relief non-profit started by chef José Andres.
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