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5.0 out of 5 stars King of Pie Irons, June 21, 2010
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This review is from: Rome Industries 1705 Pie Iron Sandwich Cooker (Kitchen)
I have been using Pie Irons for years. It is nice to finally find one of high quality. The cheap knock-offs are aluminum and often melt in the coals.

Important: read the instructions and melt off the paraffin before using.

For best results get bread larger than the pie iron. That way it crimps the bread together and you have less shirts to wash. :)

Don't buy the double pie iron since it doesn't allow for the crimp. Secondly if you think the single one is heavy wait til you lift the double. ;)

main use: 2 buttered slices of oversized bread filled with cherry pie filling!

One little complaint was that my wood handle had a abnormality on it that makes it pretty painful if you pick it up the wrong way. I may send it back for a replacement but not a reason for not buying.
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Initial post: Sep 29, 2012 3:36:55 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 29, 2012 3:37:07 PM PDT
"For best results get bread larger than the pie iron. That way it crimps the bread together and you have less shirts to wash. :)"

This is a great comment--now I know not to buy the round one and waste bread hoping it seals together; I can just buy the square one and use large bread (not often a problem since I make a lot of my own bread and the slices are always huge).

Posted on May 23, 2016 7:38:31 AM PDT
D. Neilson says:
I agree with the other positive comment. In addition to getting a sealed sammie with oversized bread.....any sticky, wet ingredients are contained within the sealed pocket and no burnt off sugary mess to clean (requiring a reseasoning). Thanks for the tip.
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