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11" Square Skillet with Ribs

MODEL #: SK11R
$25.00

11" Square Skillet

MODEL #: SQ11
$25.00

14" Cast Iron Deluxe Dutch Oven

MODEL #: DO14
$83.50

Browning Cast Iron Set

MODEL #: CBOXBR
$115.00

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    Breakfast. Lunch. And bacon. All in one bite. A great recipe you will want to try anytime you know you will be grilling.

    Ingredients:

    • 1lb of ground beef
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    • 2 Eggs
    • Smoked Cheese
    • Salt
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    • Bun and Condiments

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  • How to Grill Shrimp

    The Sporting Chef, Scott Leysath shows us how to grill shrimp and scallops like a true chef. He cooks them in a square cast iron skillet and traditional skillet in this quick video. Try it at your next gathering, its not as difficult as you may think!
  • Baked Tomato-Cilantro Chicken

    We love cooking in cast iron for a lot of reasons. But flat out, it cooks better and is easy to cook in. Here are a a couple tips of how to simplify the process even more. We cooked up a delicious meal of Baked Tomato-Cilantro Chicken. To cut some of the work out, we let our Camp Chef stove do the cooking. make it super easy we, used a disposable Dutch Oven Liner.

    Baked Tomato-Cilantro Chicken

    Bake at 400 F for 20 to 25 minutes

    Makes 4 servings

    Recipe can be halved or doubled

  • It's All About the Heat

    Go ahead…”unburn” it. If it is undercooked…you can save it. Burn it, you can lie and call it “Cajun style” or you can scrape the toast. But beyond that…it’s over. Even or uneven heat, which is best? Well the answer is………it depends.

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