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Lodge 14" pizza pan

cahuckcahuck Posts: 31
edited 8:22PM in EggHead Forum
What would you all think about using this as diffuser with adjustable rig as well as griddle?


  • B) don't forget to get the measurement including the handles! hope you are talking an XL.
  • Grandpas GrubGrandpas Grub Posts: 14,226
    Why not, a lot off good stuff comes off cast iron. Price looks pretty good too.

    Besdes, there are a lot of other good stuff that can also be cooked on that pizza pan.

  • I have this pan and use it on my LBGE. It will hang from the handles on top of the fire ring. On top of the platesetter w/ legs down it will not allow the dome to close. With the handles of the pan facing down it will close.

  • BoatmanBoatman Posts: 854
    I use mine all the time for making blackened fish, comes out wonderful B)
  • Photo EggPhoto Egg Posts: 7,806
    I have seen this one at the discount stores like Ross and Marshalls for $15.00 but it's 13".
    Thank you,

    Galveston Texas
  • DrZaiusDrZaius Posts: 1,481
    Desert Oasis Woman wrote:
    B) don't forget to get the measurement including the handles! hope you are talking an XL.

    Yes do not forget the handles. I recently made this mistake with my Paella pan. Now I have to bend the handles to get it in the egg :( .
    This is the greatest signature EVAR!
  • I have one and use it often on my large. It works well as a diffuser and as a griddle. I've also used it to sear the skin of a spatchcock chicken. You can do the sear, flip the chicken over and bring the whole thing to the table for a fun presentation. It's not so good as a pizza pan. It's either too hot or not hot enough. I guess a stone has more mass and thus, more even heat.
  • PhilOshPhilOsh Posts: 84
    I'm looking at a 13 3/4" reversible CI round griddle in the Fall Cabela's catalog for $29.99 that I am going to buy.

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