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Rome's 1605 Double Pie Iron with Steel and Wood Handles
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- The King Of Pie Irons, Makes Two At A Time
- Made From Solid Cast Iron
- Fun For Firepits and inchStaycations inch
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Rome Pie Iron Set With Storage Bag B0052SWL0M
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|Material||Cast Iron||cast iron||Iron||Fabric|
|Dimensions||2 inches x 28 inches x 8.5 inches||2 inches x 28 inches x 4.5 inches||6 inches x 29 inches x 10 inches||1 inches x 30 inches x 10 inches|
|Item Package Weight||5.1 pounds||3.1 pounds||7.4 pounds||0.75 pounds|
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When I was a Campfire Girl a million years ago this was my favorite part of the dang trips. I still remember the grilled cheese sandwiches and fruit pies. Oh, holy moly did a few of these fly into our shopping cart when I found them at the camping store. I hadn't seen them since.
I think it imperative to get the genuine cast iron, as this one is, for even heat and long use.
This turns our staycation we live every day into even more of one. Yes, we camp, but I swear to you it's fun to make dinner on that firepit. The flavor is tremendous. You are not going to get chargrilled flavor indoors on your panini press, y'all. Take it outside.
The more you use it, the more it will season but if you season it first, the clean up is a snap. We like using buttered bread for most things but there are a variety of things you can do in this.
I don''t eat meat but my husband does. You can actually chop up steak, green peppers and onions and cook over the flame then put in a bun with cheese for a Philly Sandwich, you can cook meatloaf, you can cook fish.
We are more often doing something between two slices of bread. You can put pizza fillings in between your two buttered bread slices and it's like a grilled pizza, you can put fruit pie filling between them then sprinkle with sugar for your dessert, I love a mean grilled cheese and he'll add ham to his.Read more ›
I like putting in a piece of bread larger than the actual form of the pie iron. That way it crimps the bread together and nothing oozes (highly sophisticated term) in to the pie iron and makes a mess. Secondly when you eat it less ends up on your shirt.
This double one sounds like a great idea but doesn't allow for the crimp. I highly recommend just buying two singles and you will have to wash less shirts and less maintenance on the pie iron.
note: Marshmallows, chocolate and bread may sound good but doesn't work. My marshmallows just disappeared into the bread and I was left with lumpy Hersheys (not what it use to be). :)
For best results buy bread with large slices (not necessarily think but wide and tall for the crimp).
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The dutch oven is my go-to cookware when the situation allows it. The recipe possibilities are endless and cooking in cast iron is a much healthier choice than other metals. It’s not a viable choice if you need to be on the move & carrying your gear. But if you have your vehicle or decide to stay-in during the emergency scenario, then cast iron may be a solution for you to look into. It’s simplicity & versatility bode well in emergencies, especially small groups. Spending quality time with your family during an emergency, preparing a meal around the fire, can make all the difference when it comes to mental sanity.
When I was a camp counselor in training, in the boy scouts, I was exposed to this cast iron thing which attached to 2 rods. I was familiar with many cast iron cooking tools but had never seen this one. It was my first exposure to Rome’s Pie Iron. We buttered up the outside of the sliced bread that we “borrowed” from the mess hall and put some American cheese in the middle. We placed it in the pie iron & laid the iron on the coals. A few minutes & a few flips of the iron later, it was time to open it up. MAN! I had never had a better grilled cheese in my life! – Let’s just say that the pie iron left an impression.
The possibilities with the pie iron is limited to your imagination. You can make anything from apple pies to empanadas.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Somehow I missed that this was a double. We have used pie irons for years - but always the singles. Not sure how this would work....I knew it would not suit our purposes.Published 1 day ago by Marie E. Lackore
I'm loving this thing. it's easy to use, heats up evenly and the clean up is a breeze!Published 1 day ago by Alanna Huntington
I grew up making 'hobo pies' with my grandmothers 1950's cast-iron cooker. I broke in this cooker this weekend taking my 2 kids camping for the first time, it's an awesome cooker. Read morePublished 1 day ago by steven harvey
This mountain pie iron served its intended purpose without any problems. Good stuff.Published 2 days ago by erin king
We used these when we camped as a kid, but over the years my parents complained that they were made more and more cheaply and they never lasted. This is not one of the cheap ones! Read morePublished 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Easy to use, easy to clean. Made sausages, sandwiches, eggs and desert in it. Only downside is the weight, but as it is cast iron, it is to be expected.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Great product. But I should have ordered the one that came with a bag--I eventually got that one as a gift for a relative and I think he's enjoying it.Published 3 days ago by Kim L.
This is awesome for camping! We used Pilsbury Crescent dough as our bread, with Guava Paste and Mascarpone ... Delicious!Published 6 days ago by Eileen Marie