Finex brings its famed octagonal shape and steel coil handle to its new cast-iron griddle, an ideal piece of cookware for emulating diner-style breakfasts at home.
Like the brand’s cast-iron skillet, the griddle comes pre-seasoned with a machine-smoothed cooking surface and a thicker-than-usual cast iron base for impressive heat retention (though it will take longer to heat up as a result). The whole thing measures 22 inches and spans across two stovetop burners while doubling as a potential sheet pan or roasting tray. Make pancakes, bacon and fried eggs at once if you feel like it.
The double-burner griddle costs $325 — a reminder that just because the company was bought by cheap cast-iron skillet maker Lodge doesn’t mean its prices will drop. It’s available on Finex’s site now.
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