This cast-iron frying pan is designed to cook perfect sausages. Its curved channels ensure even heating and browning and seal in flavor and juices. It holds up to four kielbasa sausages, six butcher shop links, or eight of those supermarket pre-packaged links. It can also cook up to 20 meatballs.
This unique camping cookware collapses down to just 3cm (~1.18″) tall when not in use, making it easy to carry in a backpack. It’s made from durable stainless steel and holds up to 1.1 liters of contents. Its precision-engineered structure is watertight, so that nothing will leak out while cooking.
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.
Cooking food on a grill can improve its overall taste and make it more healthy by elevating it out of its grease. This lightweight accessory transforms any skillet into a cast iron griddle, producing beautiful sear marks on meat and veggies. You can also use it atop a campfire for outdoor cooking.
This is the droid cookware you’re looking for. The R2-D2 Mini Cocotte casserole is just one of eight licensed Star Wars kitchen pieces cooked up by Le Creuset to precede the December debut of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Priced $20-$450, the collection drops 11/1/2019 in a retail shop, not so far, far away.