People tend to forget about breakfast at the holidays. You're so focused on getting that turkey dinner to the table that the idea of stopping for a nosh in the morning falls by the wayside. Especially if you've got visiting family members sleeping in. Well, here is an easy solution to keep your energy up and keep the family from trying to sneak food from behind your back out of the kitchen all day: it's brunch y'all, and you can do it as a one skillet meal. I like the Cajun Classic, but any cast iron skillet will do. Saute some meats and veggies in butter, then fold in eggs and cheese and let it set. Then top it off with more cheese and finish it off in the oven. Voila! A delicious frittata that is very filling and has enough protein to keep you going for hours. Doesn't Stick Properly seasoned, this pan will prevent sticking and is very easy to clean. Cajun Classic comes unseasoned, which is my preference because I would much rather season it myself. Mileage varies, so if you like preseasoned look for Lodge. Heat Distribution Never had a problem with unevenly cooked food in one of these. The really awesome thing about cast iron is you can start a dish on the stovetop and move it into the oven and never have to worry about uneven cooking or damage to the pan. These are also fantastic for deep frying right on the stovetop. Ease of Handling Cast iron is very heavy, but you already knew that. Some say the logo on the open pans is awkwardly placed. It is, but the pan is well balanced enough to counteract that. Ease of Cleaning It really doesn't get easier than cleaning cast iron. I usually just boil some salted water in it and then scrape it out and reseason it. Don't ever put soap on it. Design The ten inch is a good fit to my larger electric burners. Twelve inches would be pushing it. Durability Cast iron will last for generations if you take good care of it.