Non-Enameled & Enameled Cast Iron Skillets, Pans & More
Favored for its exceptional durability and heat distribution, cast iron cookware is well suited for nearly all cooking applications, making it essential for any culinary enthusiast’s kitchen. While classic cast iron pans require proper seasoning to maintain their non-stick properties, enameled cast iron cookware is a lower-maintenance alternative that lasts as long and retains heat as well as its uncoated counterpart. We offer both enameled and non-enameled cast iron cookware from top brands, including Le Creuset, Staub, Tramontina, Chantal, French Home, Berghoff, and other trusted makers. Explore our collection to find cast iron skillets, teapots, grill pans, braisers, Dutch ovens, griddles, woks, and more, as well as kitchen accessories crafted in cast iron, including spoon rests and steak presses.
Caring for and Seasoning Cast Iron Skillets
With proper care, oil-seasoned cast iron pans can last a lifetime—or longer. When cleaning a cast iron skillet or pan, wash it with soap the first time only; after that, avoid harsh soap or scouring pads that will remove the seasoning, and never run any cast iron cookware (enameled or not) through the dishwasher. To remove stuck-on food from a seasoned cast iron pan, scrub with a sponge or plastic scraper. Still stuck? Fill the (preferably warm) pan with coarse kosher salt and scrub it with a folded dish towel, rinsing it with water and drying it completely before storing to avoid rusting.