Questions tagged [cast-iron]
Questions about cookware made out of cast iron
8 questions with no upvoted or accepted answers
How is my cast iron wok manufactured?
I recently purchased a cast iron wok made in China. It is manufactured in a way that is supposedly very common in China. However, I'm puzzled by the differences between this cast iron wok and other ...
Looking for stovetop sandwich maker
I'm looking to find a stovetop sandwich maker that seals the sides and bisects them into two triangles (possibly called "jaffles"1). We used to have a countertop sandwich maker that looked ...
cooldown chemistry of seasoning cast iron with flaxseed
So I have started seasoning cookware with thin layers of flaxseed oil as per the advice from @sheryl_canter with simply outstanding results. Thank you Sheryl! I have a mountain of pans to process so I'...
Reseasoning Cast Iron
I just stumbled on the site while searching for an answer. I'm hoping one of you can provide an answer. I bought a brand new pan that is factory seasoned and I didn't strip it off. I used vegetable ...
Scale build up on outside of cast iron skillet
I have an old used cast iron skillet that is good on the inside but it has build up lumps on the outside. How do I get that off?
Is anyone aware of cast iron pots and pans that are enameled on the exterior with plain cast iron (no enamel, no non-stick) interiors?
Looking for a brand of cast iron pans that is enameled on the outside, but with a bare iron interior. In other words no enamel, no ceramic, no non-stick on the inside. (so it is less likely to scratch ...
Residue on a new hard-nitriding cast iron skillet
I have just purchased a new hard-nitriding cast iron skillet at a HomeGoods store (Brandani brand), and i'm having problems cleaning it before the first use. I've spent hours and hours washing it with ...
Keeping food warm: Do double duty with heated dinner plate and enameled cast iron sizzle "charger" plate?
Will using both a heated dinner plate and an enameled cast iron sizzle plate as a charger (under the dinner plate) keep food warm for an appreciably longer time than simply heating the dinner plate or ...