If we made a list of the five dishes every man should know how to make, you better believe an omelette would be on it. To make one, not only should you have some quality eggs and some Jacques Pépin techniques, but you need the right pan. For a lifetime of the breakfast staple, consider the Iwachu Cast Iron Omelette Pan. Handcrafted in Morioka, Japan, the Nambu iron style has been praised for over 400 years for its style and quality. Not only does it take 15 years to become one of these cast iron craftsmen, but there are over 60 steps in making a single pan. The curved sides of this omelette version make for even heating and simple plating. For impressive breakfasts for years and years to come, add this cast iron number to your arsenal.