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Rome's #1100 Old Fashioned Waffle Iron, Cast Iron
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- Traditional Waffle Iron
- Perfect For Gas Burner Stoves and Two Burner Camp Stoves
- Cast Iron Construction
- Makes 6 inch Diameter Waffles
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|Color||Cast Iron||Gray||Cast Iron||Steel||Metal|
|Item Dimensions||6.75 x 10 x 1 in||10.12 x 14.62 x 2.25 in||4.75 x 22 x 2 in||4.5 x 22 x 2 in||3.62 x 10 x 16.5 in|
|Item Weight||4 lbs||2 lbs||2.8 lbs||—||—|
|Material Type||Cast Iron||aluminum||cast_iron||cast_iron||metal|
With a nod of nostalgia, Rome's cast iron waffle iron is based on the traditional style that grandma used to use. Designed for gas burner stoves and camping stoves. 6.75" diameter cooking surface x 10" overall length. Made by Rome Industries - a family camping specialty company that has been making the Original Pie Iron sandwich cooker since 1964.
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UPDATE (one week later):
So, I scoured the internet to find out how I could get the rust off of a cast iron waffle iron easily and found that using a metal with a lower valence would return the rust to its previous state (un-rust it, if you will). I soaked each side in a glass pan filled with water, a little salt, a little baking soda and a medium-sized piece of aluminum. I made sure that the aluminum was touching the skillet. After a few hours, it seemed to be working. I then dried the skillet in the oven at 300 deg. After that, I used a pastry brush to brush on flaxseed oil over the entire surface. I used an old cloth to wipe off as much as could. Then, I baked the pans in the oven upside down for 1 hour at 450 deg. I let them cool and then repeated the process 4 or 5 times. This produced a beautiful finish. I was able to make waffles, but when I went to clean the irons, I noticed that some of the nonstick surface had come off in a few places. The waffles turned out really well and were tasty. But, I'm still frustrated with this iron. I'm going to try to add a few more layers and see how that works.
what do i mean seasoning? it needs to be seasoned, like all cast iron cookware. but because it has niggly surface area for waffles, the seasoning is very important...and it explains this perfectly in the directions with it.
basically, it comes coated with a light protective layer of wax that needs to be washed off, or melted off in an oven. then it needs to be coated with high quality oil, baked for an hour, then allowed to cool down in a turned off oven.
i had no idea...i was a nonstick guy until i realized how deadly those surface coatings were...don't know how much amazon will let me say about that, but google it...lots of lawsuits over them. this is not only safe, but gets iron into your diet.
i had one rotten waffle, then i read the directions and seasoned it properly, and the next waffle was almost 100% nonstick. it's amazing you can cook on a healthy surface, food for you, with no deadly chemicals, and get nonstick performance that will last a lifetime...and the price is outrageous! $17 for such an incredible item...i'm almost of a mind to tell them to raise their price! but i hope not.
take some time if you like waffles, and healthy prepared food, and discover this. it heats up super fast, and a few minutes later your waffle is done. as you can read i'm into health, i use organic jam mixed with organic butter, heated, rather than high carb syrup, and a waffle mix that is high protein. a very healthy snack!
1. Put both parts (empty with no batter) on the burner and let get hot, I use stove setting 3 1/2 or 4. Flip over and let the other side get hot.
2. Open the iron and leave one side on the burner and one side on a cool heat safe surface. Lightly rub a stick of butter onto the pan on the burner. It should sizzle, if it doesn't sizzle it may stick. ( I use less butter in my batter so I don't feel guilty about that.)
3. Pour one ladle full of thickish batter onto the buttered surface, if batter is too thin, it will stick.
4. Next use a pot holder, glove is best, it's easy to burn yourself if not careful, and pick up the pan and tilt it so the batter spreads out.
5. While this is cooking put the butter on the other half of the pan.
6. As soon as you see some bubbling action in the batter put (connect) the other half of the pan on and flip the whole thing over.
7. After one minute, take off the top, and let cook a little longer to make sure it is brown.
8. Lift out with a fork. Yum !!
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