Admit it, you’re looking for a secret weapon in the kitchen. The answer is cast iron cookware and frankly, we think it’s pretty hard to look past Victoria.Continue reading “Why We Love Victoria Cast Iron”
When it comes to choosing good cast iron cookware, Victoria and Lodge easily top the list. Both brands make versatile, non-toxic, and naturally non-stick products of heirloom quality. But which one should you choose? Read on to learn the key differences between Lodge and Victoria and find out which products you should try.Continue reading “Lodge vs Victoria Cast Iron Cookware”
Skillet cookie is best when baked in a heat-retentive cast iron pan. It’s a great time saver and perfect for keeping the cookie all soft and gooey even when out of the oven. Make sure to have spoons ready to dig in while it’s still warm.Continue reading “Cast Iron Skillet Cookie Recipe”
With only a few minutes leeway between rare and well-done, timing is key when cooking the perfect steak. Sounds intimidating? Relax, read up, and let us show you how to cook the perfect steak.Continue reading “How to Cook the Perfect Steak”
A pot of chicken casserole easily reminds you of home. We especially love this traditional French dish as it’s simple to make and needs ingredients that are already in our pantry or fridge. And with a dependable cast iron casserole or Dutch oven, everything gets cooked in one pot.Continue reading “Family Chicken Casserole Recipe”
Dreaming of a crispy, golden-crusted pan pizza for dinner? This foolproof cast iron pan pizza recipe with andouille sausage is so easy, anyone can make it at home. Cook it with your cast iron skillet now and you’ll never want to order in again.Continue reading “Cast Iron Pan Pizza with Andouille Sausage Recipe”
Woks are not just for cooking tasty fried rice and stir-fried noodles. They are perfect for steaming all sorts of shellfish, too. So bring out your trusty cast iron wok and do this drunken mussels recipe made even better with andouille sausage.
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If you love rice-based dishes, then it’s high time you try jambalaya, a dish originating from the cultural melting pot of Louisiana in the United States. Jambalaya is the quintessential cultural symbol of this colourful region, reflecting French, Spanish, African, and Caribbean influences to form a uniquely Creole cuisine. Continue reading “Chicken and Prawn Jambalaya Recipe”
The main advantage of cooking with cast iron is that it has a very high volumetric heat capacity, which means that once it’s hot, it stays hot. Your cast iron cookware can be used for cooking almost anything as long as you take the time to maintain it and keep it in good condition.