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Bayou Classic Cast Iron 4-gallon Jambalaya Pot
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- Large Cast Iron 4-gallon size for feeding a crowd.
- Heavy Cast Iron Construction distributes heat evenly and holds the heat after cooking.
- Wide body design enables very large batch Jambalaya cooking of rice, beans, caramelized onions, celery, garlic and bell pepper with base meats such as pork, sausage, chicken, rabbit, alligator, wild game and road kill.
- 4-Gallon cast iron jambalaya pot
- Use with any Bayou Classic single burner cooker
- Made of heavy duty, rough and rugged cast iron
- Includes tripod stand with foot pads and 2 lift hooks
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|Item Weight||39.5 pounds||34.9 pounds||72 pounds||21 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
After Timothy from Amazon spoke with Mike from Bayou he finally said he would look to see if he had 1 and would might call me back in about 30 min if he finds 1 to ship.
After spending 56min of my time on the phone Amazon wasn't sold that Mike from Bayou was going to follow through so is making it right. Too bad I spent approx $200 after shipping and still had to fight w/ manufacturer to get what I needed to be able to use the pot as intended.
Pot arrived packaged very well and coated in paraffin. Melted off the pariffin and seasoned the pot using our outdoor gas grill.
The Price was right with free shipping and a $30 credit for signing up and paying with Amozon credit card.
Wish I would have bought the lid with it as I couldn't find one of size locally. I made a lid out of an aluminum pizza pan I got at a flea market. It works but I'm sure the lid that is offered would fit much better.
I am very happy with this pot for the money spent.
Substantial packaging withstands rough handling by FedEx or UPS.
I'd recommend this to a friend, in fact, I have, plus re-sold a couple.
I currently have 2, and right now I'm cooking this Fall's first batch of hominy in one of them.
The bad: the casting had a few rough spots that I had to smooth out using an angle grinder. This is common with most cast iron today; folks like the old Griswold company and its perfect cast iron, or Lodge's higher end USA made iron, aren't around anymore in this size.
The casting is fairly rough, decided to smooth out the inside a little. Angle grinder with a metal grinding wheel for high spots, then put on a sanding pad to smooth it up. Watch out for the 3 stubby legs, they'll scratch whatever it's sitting on. It's a shame you can't find good cast iron anymore.
The pot does just fit in a full size oven for seasoning. Used Crisco at 300 degrees for an hour. Did that twice. Then spent an hour cleaning the burnt Crisco droppings off the bottom of the 2 day old range ! Suggest putting aluminum foil under the pot.
Cooked bacon it a few times to help further season it. The smell of bacon cooking outdoors really attracts the neighbors!
Made a pot of jambalaya for 50 people, all the men (and quite a few women) were fascinated with the cooking and stirring with a 3 foot long paddle. Yeah, you do need a strong paddle to stir, alot of food weight to move around. Those lifting hooks came in handy, pot alone is +-40lbs, with food in it 70lbs plus, it took 2 of us to move it.
The stand is sturdy, good thick steel. They screw into the metal pot ring, allowing a little adjustment for leveling. Sits right over top of my propane burner. The feet just slip over the 1/2" steel rod legs. They don't stay on, don't think I'd trust them on grass or dirt. Maybe glue or weld them on.
Hopefully lasts a long time, don't trust the quality of materials used in China.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The pot is of very poor quality, it is not possible to use it without grinding and sending, and there are several deep voids that can not be sanded down. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Huge, heavy duty cast iron pot. Perfect for my hungarian gulyas. Probably feed about 30-40 people :).Published 11 months ago by Zoli
The pot is heavy duty cast iron and works great. I don't care for the stand and don't use it. My turkey fryer burner works perfect with it so no need to setup the stand. Read morePublished on March 11, 2013 by Greg
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