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Hi Teddy! Seasoning cast iron is the same, whether a frying pan, dutch oven or grill grates: 1. Wash thoroughly in hot, soapy water to remove any dirt/oils from casting. 2. Dry completely 3. Rub in a coating of Crisco vegetable shortening (there should still be a bit of white sheen) 4. Pop into a 200 degree oven for a couple hours 5. Remove from oven, wipe down with a towel or cloth 6. While still warm, recoat with a light coating of Crisco, wiping off any excess. 7. Allow to cool, then store. Your cast iron is now seasoned. It may take a couple of cycles of greasing/heating to attain perfection. Cleaning Rule #1: NEVER EVER USE SOAP on cast iron. If you do, the cast iron must be re-seasoned. Wipe off any residue; use water only. Do NOT scrape off the black coating--that's the seasoned surface (think teflon) and is what provides the flavor when cooking on cast iron. ENJOY!! Dr. I
Jul 10, 2008 by G. Iannelli
dimensions Dec 13, 2013
The Genesis E-310 is approximately 47" H x 60" W x22" D
Dec 13, 2013 by Edward D. Thornblade
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