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Square Pie Iron - Cast Iron
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Whether they're roughing it in the woods or merely pretend-camping in the backyard, kids will love our 10-prong Marshmallow Tree. It's made from non-stick coated steel wire that's bent and turned to look like the branches of a tree, and has a rosewood-stained, tapered wood handle. Make kid-pleasing toasted sandwiches and fruit pies with our cast-iron Campfire Pie Iron that seals the edges as it warms the filling and browns the outside. Extra-long handles with wooden grips keep the cook safely away from the fire. Includes lots of delicious recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And our set of four chrome-plated Steel Forks with wooden handles is great for hot dogs or marshmallows. Adult supervision required. Gift wrap not available. Sizes: Marshmallow Tree 40" long, Campfire Pie Iron 4-1/2" square, Steel Forks 22" long.
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The instructions say to season them before you use them. We seasoned ours in the bbq on the grill at 300-400 degrees for 15 min. We first wiped them down with vegetable oil. Pam, Crisco, vegetable oil, olive oil, will all work fine. After the recommended 15 min, we repeated the process. The more times you do this the better non-stick surface you will create.
Tip: Wipe down between each use; it makes it easier to clean. Do not use soap to clean since it is cast iron. Soap will strip the seasoning away. Use a good scrub brush like a chain mail scrubber, then wipe down with towel when dry. Don't let them air dry. Water on cast iron equals rust. Also, wipe down with more oil after you have cleaned and are ready to put away. This also helps prevent rust. We do this on all our cast iron pans after each use.
Carnea-sada. Use skirt steak, or whatever steak you choose to use and marinate with a Carnea-sada seasoning. Cook in pie-iron and serve with fixings same as you would for tacos.
Monkey Bread: Get a can of biscuits. 1/4 the biscuits dough. Put brown sugar, regular sugar, and cinnamon in Ziploc bag. Place cut up dough in bag and shake. Place dough in pie iron and cook until golden brown and dough is done. One of our favorites the kids love.
Grilled cheese sandwich: Make your favorite grilled cheeses any way you want and cook in pie-iron. For really good one try Pesto, Avocado, Havarti and Turkey. Picture below is of ham and cheese. Really easy to cook in pie iron and tastes awesome.
Update: 5/18 Almost two years later and they work just like the day we got them. Definitely recommend.
1) Materials and construction are very high quality. Looks like it will be making pies/sandwiches for us for a LONG time
2) Clip to hold the 2 pieces together during cooking works very well and allows you to "set and time" rather than have to place pressure constantly to keep the sides closed.
3) Heats nice and evenly.
4) Seals edges really nice. We like to put pie filling inside the bread and make pies. Can also use nutella or chocolate spread in it too.
5) Cleans easily as long as you use some cooking spray before you place the bread inside it.
Don't have any CONs. Just keep them good and dry, else they may rust, but that's with any iron product...
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. This cooker would be unquestionably more awesome if it were bundled with some recipe ideas, even if they were print-outs or something. So far, I've embarked on pie-cooked grilled cheese, smores, several kinds of omelets/quiches and a variety of burger-infused sandwiches. I still haven't made a pie from this, but I'm not opposed to the idea. Although, I'll be dumbfounded the day I unbundle my mess kit and take to the cooler for pie filling instead of marshmallows, Special Dark and graham cracker.
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Come on this is open fire stuff