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PrincessAuto: 5pc cast iron set (4qt dutch oven, 10.5" pan, 12" pan, reversible grill $54.73

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[Princess Auto] PrincessAuto: 5pc cast iron set (4qt dutch oven, 10.5" pan, 12" pan, reversible grill $54.73

https://www.princessauto.com/en/detail/ ... -p8776718e

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If you have some cinder blocks and an old grill top you can throw on some charcoal or wood coals and get cooking be it at home or whatever is left of summer.


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https://dutchovendude.com/campfire-cooking.php

Hand Test
Use your hand to feel the heat. Of course, every person has a different sensitivity to heat but this works well for me. Just remove the lid from the dutch oven and place your hand just above or just inside the oven. Count how many seconds you can keep your hand there before it gets too hot. It is about 50 degrees per second counting down from 550, so I just count - "550, and 500, and 450, and 400, and 350, and 300, ...".
Seconds Temperature
1 500+
2 500
3 450
4 400
5 350
6 300
7 250
8 200
This is my preferred method. It is consistent and detects temperature instead of estimating the amount of fuel. You do release heat so you need to do the check as quickly as you can.
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Too bad that I don't have one near me. Shipping cost is too high. They're heavy which is understandable.
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red2tango wrote: Too bad that I don't have one near me. Shipping cost is too high. They're heavy which is understandable.
Free ship over $50 doesn't apply?
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Be sure to season cast iron pots, pans and grille before using. It helps with preventing food sticking and easier clean up afterwards. Cast iron is fantastic because it is low maintenance (no worries about warping or laminate separating) and almost indestructible (you can wash it in a stream and scour with rock and sand). Only bad thing is the weight and hot handles. You won't be able to toss stir fry with cast iron pans unless you're super strong.
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Just FYI shipping is free, the shipping estimate button is incorrect.

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