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KT915

KT915

Item_Number: KT915


Total Price: $229.95


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Weight: 31.20

Features extra heavy-gauge stainless steel a steam control valve to make healthy waterless cooking easy and 12-element construction that spreads heat quickly and evenly. Set includes: 1.7qt covered saucepan 2.5qt covered saucepan 3.2qt covered saucepan 7.5qt covered roaster skillet dome cover covered mixing bowl that also works as a double boiler steamer rack and deep fry basket with handle. Limited lifetime warranty. White box.
11 Electric Skillet Domed Lid

11 Electric Skillet Domed Lid

Item_Number: DH06620


Total Price: $42.95


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Weight: 5.10

Presto 11 Electric Skillet with high-dome EverNu lid. The EverNu lid is so durable it won't dent warp bend or peel and will accommodate large roasts hams and poultry in virtually warp-proof heavy cast aluminum base. Accurate cooking temperatures are maintained with the Control Master heat control. Deluxe nonstick finish inside and out for stick-free cooking and easy cleaning. Skillets are fully immersible and dishwasher safe with the heat control removed.
Classic Nonstick 12 Skillet

Classic Nonstick 12 Skillet

Item_Number: DH39002FARB


Total Price: $38.95


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Weight: 2.50

Classic Nonstick 12 Deep Skillet... A nonstick surface means foods won't stick - even without oil. You'll love the fast even heating of this polished aluminum skillet! Sloped sides let foods slide easily from the pan. This large 12 family size skillet cooks pancakes steaks or burgers. Thick polished aluminum for even heating; Oven safe to 350 degrees F; Nonstick coated - easy cleanup; Dishwasher safe.
Fw Millennium Ss 10 Skillet

Fw Millennium Ss 10 Skillet

Item_Number: DH71785FARB


Total Price: $48.95


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Weight: 2.45.95

Millennium Stainless Steel 10 Skillet... One of the most used pans in any well-equipped kitchen. Skillets have sloped sides so that foods slide out easily. This large size is ideal for cooking omelets pancakes quesadillas sauteing vegetables searing steaks fish and poultry. The nonstick surface makes cleanup effortless. Silicone enhanced stainless steel handles are riveted securely to the pan and comfortable to hold - oven safe to 45.950 degrees F; Sleek contemporary styling polished stainless steel construction and see-through glass lids combine to create beautiful durable cookware that will last for years; An 18/0 stainless protector surrounds the thick aluminum base providing perfect heat distribution across the bottom of the pan and suitability for induction stovetops; Dishwasher safe.
Old Mountain Skillet 3 PC

Old Mountain Skillet 3 PC

Item_Number: 0166-10100


Total Price: $92.95


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Weight: 12.45

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 3pc Skillet Set - Skillets measure 6.5 diameter, 8 diameter, & 10.5 diameter. Each skillet has two pour spouts. Largest skillet has assist handle. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Square Grill Skillet

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Square Grill Skillet

Item_Number: 0166-10108


Total Price: $76.95


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Weight: 10.00

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Square Skillet - The bottom of the skillet has ridges that allow the fat drippings to drain away from the food. One edge has a pour spout, measures 10 1/2 square. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saut?, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 8qt Dutch Oven with Feet

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 8qt Dutch Oven with Feet

Item_Number: 0166-10115


Total Price: $128.95


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Weight: 23.20

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 8qt Dutch Oven with Feet - Measures 13.5 x 9. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Two-burner Reversible GrillGriddle

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Two-burner Reversible GrillGriddle

Item_Number: 0166-10119


Total Price: $79.95


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Weight: 9.50

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Two-burner Reversible Grill/Griddle - One side has ridges so fat drippings will drain away from food, the other is smooth. Measures 20 x 9. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Spoon Rest Mini-Skillet

Old Mountain Cast Iron Spoon Rest Mini-Skillet

Item_Number: 0166-10137


Total Price: $40.95


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Weight: 1.50

Old Mountain Cast Iron Spoon Rest Skillet - Pre-seasoned, No more mess on the stove when you use this adorable little cast iron skillet to rest your spoon in! Also perfect for a desert dish when having a country dinner table setting! Measures 4.5dia and 1 deep.
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Biscuit Pan 10 Impression

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Biscuit Pan 10 Impression

Item_Number: 0166-10152


Total Price: $80.95


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Weight: 8.50

Old Mountain Cast Iron Biscuit Pan 10 Impression - Preseasoned cast iron biscuit pan Measures 13 1/2 x 9 1/2. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces.If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware.Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air.Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning.1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry.3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat).4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutesEssential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saut?, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
KTGIANT2

KTGIANT2

Item_Number: KTGIANT2


Total Price: $28.95


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Weight: 12.20

For the meal that needs a bigger skillet than you own you need our stainless steel oversized skillet. This large 14-1/4'' diameter skillet is 4-3/8'' deep. Fit the stainless steel steamer inside and steam a bushel of vegetables. Skillet and steamer feature riveted heavy-duty helper handles. Limited lifetime warranty. Gift boxed.
Fw Classic 8in10inssfrypanpack

Fw Classic 8in10inssfrypanpack

Item_Number: DH71229


Total Price: $39.95


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Weight: 3.20

Classic Series Stainless Steel Skillet Twin Pack...8 and 10. Expand upon your existing Farberware Classic Series cookware with this collectable specialty piece. One of the most used pans in any well-equipped kitchen. Skillets have sloped sides so that foods slide out easily. Used for cooking omelets quesadillas sauteing vegetables searing steaks fish and poultry. Includes 8 and 10 Skillets; Durable stainless steel construction for durability and exceptional beauty; Thick aluminum core base for even heat distribution; Dishwasher safe and oven safe to 350 degrees F/180 degrees C.
FW Millennium SS 12 Skillet

FW Millennium SS 12 Skillet

Item_Number: DH71786FARB


Total Price: $57.95


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Weight: 4.10

Millennium Stainless Steel 12 Skillet... One of the most used pans in any well-equipped kitchen. Skillets have sloped sides so that foods slide out easily. This large size is ideal for cooking omelets pancakes quesadillas sauteing vegetables searing steaks fish and poultry. The nonstick surface makes cleanup effortless. Silicone enhanced stainless steel handles are riveted securely to the pan and comfortable to hold - oven safe to 45.950 degrees F; Sleek contemporary styling polished stainless steel construction and see-through glass lids combine to create beautiful durable cookware that will last for years; An 18/0 stainless protector surrounds the thick aluminum base providing perfect heat distribution across the bottom of the pan and suitability for induction stovetops; Dishwasher safe.
Old Mountain Pre Seasoned Skillet with Handle

Old Mountain Pre Seasoned Skillet with Handle

Item_Number: 0166-10105


Total Price: $122.95


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Weight: 20.75

Old Mountain cast iron skillet measures 15 1/4 Inch x 2 1/4 Inch
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 3qt Deep Fry Skillet with Lid

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 3qt Deep Fry Skillet with Lid

Item_Number: 0166-10109


Total Price: $87.95


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Weight: 14.30

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 3qt Deep Fry Skillet with Lid - Measures 10.5 x 3. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Casserole with Lid

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Casserole with Lid

Item_Number: 0166-10118


Total Price: $99.95


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Weight: 13.60

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Casserole with Lid - Measures 13.5 x 8.5 x 4. Cloth travel tote included! Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Pre-seasoned Tea Kettle

Old Mountain Cast Iron Pre-seasoned Tea Kettle

Item_Number: 0166-10129


Total Price: $80.95


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Weight: 11.00

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned 2 quart Tea Kettle - Measures 9 x 7 x 8.75. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saute, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Round GriddleGrill Pan

Old Mountain Cast Iron Preseasoned Round GriddleGrill Pan

Item_Number: 0166-10148


Total Price: $66.95


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Weight: 6.50

Preseasoned and measures 16 3/4 x 11 1/4. Comes with the Old Mountain care instructions. Cleaning: After cooking in your Old Mountain cookware, it can be cleaned by putting in hot water and bringing to a boil. Never use detergent to clean seasoned cookware, as it will remove the seasoning: Also, avoid putting hot cast iron into cold water. This can cause cast iron to warp or crack. After pouring out boiling water, wipe dry with a paper towel. If something sticks to the surface, dislodge it by simply using a spoon. Do not use any abrasive item to scrub cookware. Again, this can cut into seasoned surface. While pan is still warm from washing, apply a fine coating of oil or spray on all surfaces. If metallic taste or signs of rust are noticed, simply wash with hot, soapy water. Scour off the rust, and then reseason your cookware. Store your cast iron cookware in a cool dry location. If storing with lid, place a paper towel between the lid and base to allow circulation of air. Seasoning: This is a simple process of oil absorbing into into the pores of your iron cookware leaving a black, nonstick surface. Follow instructions below if your Old Mountain cookware ever requires reseasoning. 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Wash cast iron with hot, soapy water, and a stiff brush. Rinse and dry. 3. Completely coat inside and outside surfaces with melted vegetable oil or shortening (some people prefer lard) or bacon fat). 4. Place cookware on middle rack for 30 minutes. Remove cookware and wipe it almost dry to prevent pooling of shortening or oil. Place back in oven for another 30 minutes Essential for any kitchen, Old Mountain cast iron cookware heats evenly, retains the heat, and is more versatile than any other type of cookware available. Cast iron will fry, saut?, grill, roast, stew, bake, as well as the guarantee of an Old Mountain skillet to keep the orneriest of husbands in line!
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