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#5468817 - 12/10/14 07:18 AM Best brand and or style of skillet for searing
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What is the best way to sear? Pan? Techniques?

Mainly steak I care about

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#5468967 - 12/10/14 08:44 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Cast iron
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#5469169 - 12/10/14 09:59 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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yep, cast iron. can set in the oven to get the sucker hot hot hot...
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#5469402 - 12/10/14 11:39 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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And the very best selection for searing would be an old griswold skillet with rows of raised searing ridges for the bottom. They'll sear it and leave great grill marks behind. I advise you not go this route though because it'll make you want more griswold stuff.
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#5469430 - 12/10/14 11:51 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Lodge still makes cast iron skillets but you can usually find some good old cast iron at yard sales, flea markets etc...just clean them good and re-season...

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#5469488 - 12/10/14 12:28 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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When searing on cast iron do yal use butter/oil or just straight onto clean dry hot cast iron?
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#5469559 - 12/10/14 01:04 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: redchevy]
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I put straight into pan. I tried butter & oil but burns quick.

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#5469732 - 12/10/14 02:36 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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yep, if the cast iron is seasoned properly, pitch in and listen to the sizzle
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#5470118 - 12/10/14 06:32 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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I still use a 150 year old cast iron skillet... very well seasoned!!
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#5470519 - 12/10/14 09:48 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Cast Iron! Try it in the oven instead of stovetop.
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#5472457 - 12/11/14 11:27 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Ive tried it and its great. I ruined my cast iron skillet so I need to purchase something new. I was wondering if there was a something that really stood out that I could buy.

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#5472576 - 12/12/14 07:04 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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How did you ruin it?
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#5472864 - 12/12/14 09:44 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Left the pan out in the elements and it rusted

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#5472885 - 12/12/14 09:54 AM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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I've never had to do it, but some people claim you can through it in a brush fire and if it doesn't crack it can be saved with a little grease and a few reheats.

I have some Lodge Cast that are handy, but my favorite is my Le Creuset grill pan. Some people say the Lodge ceramic stuff is similar and it's a lot cheaper.

http://www.lecreuset.com/cookware/grill-pans---griddles/grills---grill-pans/square-skillet-grill
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#5473189 - 12/12/14 12:20 PM Re: Best brand and or style of skillet for searing [Re: Brother in-law]
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Originally Posted By: Brother in-law
Left the pan out in the elements and it rusted


It's not ruined, just need to buff it down/start over re-seasoning. Have brought several back to life. There are also some good YouTube videos on how to do it.

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