Cast Iron Cooking Set

This sophisticated set of cast iron cookware makes the camping staple right at home in your kitchen.

$106.00 - 180.00

A Taste for Adventure

There's a reason cast iron is a classic wilderness cooking tool: It's non-stick, easy to clean, virtually indestructable, and maintains an even temperature. This sophisticated set will find itself right at home in your kitchen, transforming even gourmet chefs into happy campers. It comes with a pot and skillet, a lid that fits both, and a rustic, reclaimed wooden trivet that protects your countertops while bringing a spirit of adventure to your table. The set even comes with a special paste made from coconut oil, avocado oil, and vitamin E for seasoning your cast iron (and in turn your food), and metal mesh to make cleaning up a breeze. Made in China.

Sold individually.

Made from
pine wood, stainless steel, cast iron
Measurements
Please see below for measurements.
Care
Wash with warm soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly. Using your hands, apply a thin coat of [the included] organic avocado + coconut oil blend seasoning paste to in and outside of all pieces. Bake upside down at 325 degrees for 1 hour with aluminum foil on lower rack to catch drips. Turn off heat and allow pan to cool completely before removing from oven. Cleaning Instructions: For best results rinse pan with hot water after cooking. For stuck on food, scrub with our stainless steel cleaning mesh, rinse and dry thoroughly. To prevent rust lightly coat the cooking surface with or seasoning paste or cooking oil. Cover with a paper towel when storing to prevent dust from attaching to the oiled surface.
Notes
Each Set Includes:
-1 Skillet
-1 Crock
-1 Interchangeable Lid
-1 Wooden Trivet
-1 Utility Belt
-1 Seasoning Paste
-1 Stainless Steel Scrubber

8": 15.5" L x 8.75" W x 7" H; 12 lbs.

10": 18" L x 11" W x 8" H; 18 lbs.

12": 19.5" L x 13" W x 10" H; 28 lbs.

Stainless Steel Scrubber: 6.5" L x 5" W

Seasoning Paste: 1.5" L x 1" W x 4.5" H; contains 1.7 oz.

Utility Belt: 36-52" L x 1.5" W

See the complete list of measurements for the Cast Iron Cooking Set.
Item ID
43737

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This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 10/24/2017.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.

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