Imagine this: A table set for two, candlesticks ablaze, place settings neat and tidy, lights down low. And in the middle of the table, a potatoes au gratin fresh out of the oven, perfectly browned and still bubbling, a single drip of creamy, cheesy sauce running down the side of the No. 6 Cast Iron Skillet—a centerpiece celebrating not only culinary tradition but the craftsmanship of a bygone era of American manufacturing. See, every piece of Smithey Cookware is handcrafted in their Charleston, South Carolina workshop and machined smooth in an old-school method so prized by vintage cast iron hunters and chef’s the world over. The small size makes it not only great to serve out of at the table, but also easy to handle for everyday cooking routine. Therein lies the true beauty of the No. 6—rusticly elegant enough to serve out of, but easy enough to use that you’ll find yourself using it to fry up a breakfast egg, press a grilled cheese for lunch, and sear off a steak in the evening.
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