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DARTO pans

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I would note the No. 27 paella pan works not only quite well for paella for two (or one with a big appetite), but also works quite well for a deep dish pizza for two.

 

I am astounded at how much easier the DARTO seasons than did my Lodge carbon steel pans, and they allegedly already had some seasoning. Born and bred Tennessee Vol that I am, I have to confess the Argentinians have my folks from South Pittsburg whipped in that category.

 

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14 minutes ago, kayb said:

I would note the No. 27 paella pan works not only quite well for paella for two (or one with a big appetite), but also works quite well for a deep dish pizza for two.

 

I am astounded at how much easier the DARTO seasons than did my Lodge carbon steel pans, and they allegedly already had some seasoning. Born and bred Tennessee Vol that I am, I have to confess the Argentinians have my folks from South Pittsburg whipped in that category.

 

 

Didn't Joseph Lodge spend about eight years working in Peru?

 

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2 hours ago, JoNorvelleWalker said:

 

Didn't Joseph Lodge spend about eight years working in Peru?

 

May well have. Didn't check in with me.

 

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Mine got here today!

 

The box was held together by a wing and a prayer lol, but they made it.

 

These are just out of the box:

 

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Nice !

 

on the top P-27 :

 

that's a scuff mark , not a scratch ?

 

ie smooth ?

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1 minute ago, rotuts said:

Nice !

 

on the top P-27 :

 

that's a scuff mark , not a scratch ?

 

ie smooth ?

Not a scratch,  it feels completely smooth.  I haven't washed them yet.

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While I am waiting for mine to arrive...does anyone have photos of their new pans they have seasoned or used?

Test drive reports?

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