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Nest Cookware 4.5" Cast-Iron Egg Pan

Perfectly sized for a single egg, but will easily fit two.

Wonderfully cute - but worth taking seriously - these little egg pans are workhorses in the kitchen. Whether toasting seeds, melting butter, or searing a burger patty - they’re everything you need, and nothing you don’t.

And they take the cake when it comes to baking. Skillet brownies with perfect edges. Tiny tarts with flaky crusts. The tastiest shirred egg, or your own individual pot pie...

They’re great on their own, even better in pairs - a staple for entertaining.

Don't use the dishwasher - The steamy combination of hot water and harsh soap will very effectively and very quickly strip the seasoning off of your cast iron cookware and most likely leave it quite rusty.

Don't soak it in the sink - An hour is probably fine. Two hours, you might be pushing it. Overnight, you’ll be sad. Soaking cast iron cookware in water for long periods of time (even if it’s well seasoned) will make it rusty.

Don't use soap - at least not all the time - Dish soap is often advertised as being able to cut through grease and oil. While this is great for your plates, it’s not great for seasoned cast iron cookware. With proper care, you won’t need to use soap often, if at all.