Lodge, venerable maker of cheap cast-iron cookware, has dropped a cast-iron skillet exclusively for the making of breakfast. The Legacy Series Bacon & Egg Griddle ($50) is a remake of a 1930s design that was built for a one-pan breakfast. The only new features are a pour spout and fully connected food dividers, and, like all of Lodge’s modern cast iron, the surface isn’t cast as smooth or thin as it once was.
The bacon and egg griddle is the third in Lodge’s Legacy Series, following 2018’s fluted cake pan and 2019’s fish pan. The company says it will release one new vintage design per year for the forseeable future. The bacon and egg griddle is available now on Lodge’s site.
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