ESTEE - Restaurant Grade
8" Polished Cast Iron Skillet
The 6” cooking surface makes this pan a good choice for eggs, cobblers, and single servings at the table. The Estee pairs with our oven-safe pressed 8" E Glass Lid.
Cooking Surface: 6"
Weight: 3.0 lbs
MADE IN USA
*The Estee skillet is not sized as a cover for the Eric.
Sold as-is, non-refundable, and not eligible for warranty.
RESTAURANT USE COOKWARE
This cookware is graded for RESTAURANT USE. It will have obvious blemishes, but these irregularities will not affect the cooking performance of the pan. Blemishes may be negatives in the cooking surface, evidence of grinding, out of flat spec (>1/8" over 1'0"), or other cosmetic irregularities.
They are intended for restaurant use. They are sold as-is, are non-refundable, and are a final sale. They are not eligible for our warranty.
Our Restaurant Use cookware is in stock and will ship within 7 days. Your credit card will be charged at the time of your order.
Know what you're getting - and enjoy
I've seen several posts saying they bought a restaurant grade pan and can't find any flaw. That's false hope - don't fall for it! I ordered the restaurant grade Heather and Estee. Both had exactly what Butter Pat said they would: obvious blemishes, negatives in the cooking surface, honey combing in the walls, not completely flat, etc. BUT, the Butter Pat also said the irregularities would not affect the cooking performance, which is also true! These are my first pans from them, and I can say I don't care about the looks. These pans are amazing! The seasoning I've applied has held well. I've only cooked a few things so far, but the eggs don't stick (fried or scrambled), the steaks seared beautifully, reheated all sorts of things, grilled amazing sandwiches...I could go on, but I'm getting hungry! Bottom line: don't order restaurant grade thinking you're going to get a pan that doesn't have any blemishes. If you want that, order the regular one. But either way, get yer'self a Butter Pat.
Lovely cast iron pan
I have several cast iron pieces and this pan has been what I expect. First cook was on my Weber kettle with potatoes in grape seed oil and immediately after cooking two fillets. Post that cook I’ve made over easy eggs, stir fried rice, mushrooms and onions. Seasoning this pan has been much simpler than my other pieces.