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Rome Industries 1705 Pie Iron Sandwich Cooker
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- The Original Pie Iron Since 1964
- Heavy Duty Square Cast Iron Design
- 28 inch Overall Length
- Toasts Pies and Sandwiches With Ease
- Great Fun For Firepits
- Great Fun For Firepits and inchStaycations inch
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|Item Dimensions||4.5 x 28 x 2 in||10 x 29 x 6 in||10 x 30 x 1 in||5.5 x 8.5 x 0.5 in|
Top Customer Reviews
This cooker makes the hands-down BEST -- no exaggeration, over-sell or meaningless hyperbole -- grilled cheese on the planet. You literally won't find better grilled cheese technology.
About 10 years ago a friend introduced me to the legendary pie cooker. I spent the whole day post-camping trip driving around my and the neighboring towns trying to find one for my camp sack. At the time, Amazon didn't sell them. And every time I've gone camping since, I've checked Amazon to no avail. Finally, a week before camping in Sequoia National Park a week ago, this hot puppy popped up on an apathetic search, and so became the first time I employed overnight shipping. I insisted my camp buddies turn around, drive an hour back to my house and pick up the just-delivered cooker. Nobody regretted this decision the night I dug out the sharp chipotle cheddar, Monterey jack and multi-grain bread. Silence swelled over the campfire and the stars rejoiced. We applied ample butter.
The fact this cooker costs only $20 indicates that there is a God. Or, rather, some Godly force in effect. Possibly karma. And anyone with an internet connection and a credit card may shave off his slice of karma, just before slathering it between two slices of buttered toast and shoving it into a campfire.
One recommendation: the dude packaging these in the enormous box for which it's delivered severely dropped the ball.Read more ›
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.
We also filled the tortillas with pie fillings and they worked out great. The tortillas are easier to pack when camping and don't squish like bread does.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
First time using a Pie Iron and it was lots of fun--I think it will take me some time to figure out heat levels. Burnt a few pies before getting it right!Published 1 day ago by K. Campbell
This is my 4th pie iron. I use them all the time as we do a lot of camping. Can't beat a campfire, good food, and a pie iron.Published 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
It doesn't pinch the bread...
I'm not talking about crimping (I don't really care about it), but just about sealing my sandwich. Read more
To big and heavy. The hook that supose to keep both handles together is nearly impossible to close or open. I want o send it back.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Perfect Mountain Pie makers, they are a big on the heavier side however they cook evenly and retain the heat really well. Read morePublished 1 month ago by KPM
OK. Searched for the style that crimps the bread around the outside and pinches the sandwich into two triangular pieces. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bartab
I used the pie iron to make a tuna melt in a firepit in our back yard, works great, can't wait to take it camping next week.Published 1 month ago by Rob