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There’s a point in nearly every adult’s life when it’s time to purchase a cast iron skillet. This pivotal moment usually is inspired by some cooking fiasco, a desire to replicate a favorite dish from a local restaurant, or perhaps after watching 30 hours of Food Network over one weekend.
Regardless of when or how this decision is made, it’s quickly is met with one tough realization: Cooking skillets are expensive.
To make matters worse, there are so many different types and an endless list of brands to choose from. Luckily, the high-quality line of cast iron skillets, pans and accessories, Cuisinel, is on sale today on Amazon — with products up to 40 percent off.
Check out our favorite innovative and affordable Cuisinel products below.
When you invest in a proper cast iron skillet, there’s always the question of where it should go. The long handle and thick base can make it difficult to store with the rest of your pans and skillets, so Cuisinel solved that problem by creating this custom five-tier rack that perfectly holds its products of any size.
Shop it: Heavy Duty Pan Organizer (5 Tier Rack), $22 (was $27), amazon.com
These skillets come oven safe and are designed to work in a ton of different heating environments, including broiling, baking, grilling and frying.
A heat-resistant silicone handle is also included in the purchase to keep you safe.
Shop it: Pre-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet Chef Set (3-Piece), $30 (Originally $50), amazon.com
This multipurpose ribbed skillet is perfecting for grilling up something indoors or outdoors. A helpful feature included is a pan scraper, great for getting off excess drippings.
At 52 percent off, this pre-seasoned cat iron Dutch oven is a kitchen essential — it can be used for frying, baking, grilling, broiling, braising, and sautéing.
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