ESTEE - Second Best
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.
SECOND BEST COOKWARE
This cookware is graded as SECOND BEST. 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 Second Best cookware is in stock and will ship within 7 days. Your credit card will be charged at the time of your order.
Estee second best
Bought a second best Estee, had a good experience with the second best Heather so i bought another one. Couldnt find any blemishes of anything on the Heather, i cant find any on the Estee either. It takes seasoning really well. Is a joy to cook with. Butter Pats are expensive, but they are worth it. By far my favorites. Fields are my second choice. The rest i dont rate cause they are on the same level to me. They are all fun. But Butter Pats are special.
Love the estee. Butter park is the best cast iron hands down. First the Heather, second estee, next… Joan
Awesome Cast Iron Pan
Bought the Estee during the 50% off sale and it is one of the best pans I've used. Definitely will be getting another.
First of all, I love the “ style” of the pan! The best style of any iron skillets I’ve seen! Secondly, it’s made very very well. Impressive that 40 different hands r involved in the hand creation! I love frying eggs in it! It is smooth and wonderful. I bought the “ second” because it was more affordable for me! Awesome product!
Beyond beautiful crab sandwicher.
I bought Butterpat's Estee 8" pan to make my fairly famous fried soft crab sandwich. The small pan makes getting the peanut oil deep enough easy and let's the flames lap over all the edges for super even hot. This is a secret that I found out accidentally when I began perfecting my crunchy crab on Wonder bread back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. You have to do it one at a time, so it's good to have at least two pans this size. (Unless you ever only cook for yourself.) My other one is from before 1924 and came out on a steamboat. It's helped a lot of people before me.) Has no markings and is encrusted on the outside with about 1/4" of pure carbon. It's a treasure but my Estee is a worthy thing that I can see. And will keep up and maybe beat the old pan by and by. It's a good size too for griddling up a hoecake until you save up for a 10 or 12" Butterpat to bake sweet corn in the bottom cornbread. I waited so long to contact Butterpat looking for my crab pan that it was sad. But they made up for it and went out of the way to find me a good one when none were shown in stock at that time. I got the big ss ring rag at the same time. Boy I could sure have used that a billion times in years past! (I just scrubbed out my old pan with a pine cone alot of times.