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In celebration of the 100th year of the passing of the ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote, Lodge Cast Iron is debuting a special edition Rosie The Riveter skillet.
Clipper Corp., which manages the Viking brand of cookware, is putting the spotlight on its collection of cast iron cookware.
Victoria Cast Iron is bringing two new cast iron cookware products to market.
Lodge is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment— women’s right to vote— with the rollout of its new Rosie The Riveter skillet. It is part of the company’s “Made In America” series.
The Lodge National Cornbread Cook-Off is now accepting submissions for the 2020 contest.
Lodge Cast Iron has acquired Portland-based cast iron cookware manufacturer, Finex.
Lodge Cast Iron is releasing a new triple-seasoned line of lightweight cast iron cookware, dubbed the Blacklock Collection. The line is named after the company’s original foundry and touts a triple seasoned coating for a natural, non-stick surface.
Finex Cast Iron has added new handle finishes on its cast iron cookware. The cookware brand debuted the special edition handles exclusively with Williams Sonoma.
The winner of the 2019 Lodge Cornbread Cook-Off, Lidia Haddadian, didn’t rest on her laurels after coming in second last year. Instead, the home cook harnessed the lessons she had learned in the 2018 competition and came back to win it all this year.
Hilted Cookware, a new cast iron cookware company based in Seattle, is now accepting pre-orders for its first “Game Of Thrones” inspired cast iron skillet.