You may have nanna’s hand-me-down cast-iron skillet, but it won’t measure up to the one that was recently seen being hauled along a Tennessee interstate.
Lodge Cast Iron has created what it says is the world’s largest cast-iron skillet.
The frying pan is more than 18 feet long from handle to handle and weighs 14,360 pounds, WZTV reported.
The overly large pan was cast to be a feature at the new Lodge Cast Iron Museum that is expected to open later this year.
The museum will take a look at the history of the iconic cookware and it will show visitors how they are made.
The attraction will also share the stories of cast-iron collections and the food that’s made in them.
Lodge has been making the cookware since 1896 in family-owned foundries in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, WZTV reported.
Some on social media responded to the images of the pan strapped down to the tractor-trailer with comments saying they would do the one thing no one should ever do with a seasoned cast-iron piece — put it in the dishwasher, Mashable reported.
Some even had fun with puns.
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