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Cast Iron Cooking
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Cast-Iron Skillet Pizza Margherita
Cast-Iron Skillet Pizza Margherita
No-Cook Pizza Sauce
No-Cook Pizza Sauce
Cast-Iron Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie
Cast-Iron Skillet Chocolate Chip Cookie
Reviewing Cast-Iron Skillets
Reviewing Cast-Iron Skillets
January 25, 2018
Dear fellow home cook,
You’re not going to believe me when I tell you this, because it sounds too good (and too cliché) to be true: I inherited my first cast-iron skillet from my grandfather. It’s true. I have no idea how old it is—he could have had it for years or he could have had it for just a few weeks before he died. But that’s the great thing about cast iron: It’s as durable as a piece of kitchen equipment can be and lasts for generations. Check out our tips on seasoning your skillet to help keep it in good shape.
What’s more, a cast-iron skillet is incredibly versatile. I use mine for steaks, pancakes, fish, cornbread, and—as in the video above—giant chocolate chip cookies! And for another favorite recipe, Cast-Iron Skillet Calzone. This oozy, gooey, cheese-and-sausage-filled monster comes together easily with store-bought pizza dough and marinara sauce. The hardest part of the recipe is waiting 30 minutes to eat it—during which your kitchen will be filled with intoxicating Italian-restaurant aroma. It’s a perfect dish to serve on at-home movie nights. May I recommend “Big Night” with Stanley Tucci?
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