This versatile outdoor grill will last a lifetime with its heavy-duty cast iron construction. Its main section can be used to sear and cook meats and veggies and can also be used as a wok for stir-frying or cooking soups and stews. Its stand can be used with the included charcoal tray or placed offer a wood fire.
Every kitchen must have at least one cast iron pan, especially if you sear meats. Eater host Daniel Geneen takes us inside the Lodge Cast Iron factory in Tennessee for a look at how they crank out nearly 2 million pans per month. It’s cool to see how they melt down casting scraps and reuse them.
This unique metal memento from J. L. Lawson & Co features a concave shape and spiral pattern inspired by the gravitational pull of a black hole. Thanks to a ceramic ballpoint, it can spin like a top for up to 15 minutes. The 1.25″ diameter coin is available in blackened iron or fine silver.