Lodge’s classic, dirt-cheap cast-iron skillet is one of the best bangs for your buck in kitchendom. But a circular skillet isn’t without its shortcomings. Because of the shape, only food in the center of the pan takes advantage of its size — meaning foods that are lengthier than others often struggle to fit. From frying bacon to making steaks or asparagus, a consistent width is necessary.
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