cast iron

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When it comes to cookware for your smoker or grill, cast iron rocks. From its tough black look to its wrist-bending heft. There's its primal connection to past generations of live-fire hearth masters.
If It's In Generally Good Shape... More from Bon Appetit: Credit: Peden + Munk In addition to eating healthier, the start
It's breakfast time, and John Sung Park is at the front door with a big grin on his face. He's been up since 4, and he still has a lifetime to go before he closes his juice bar, Paris Health New Direction, at 7 p.m.
Your trusty cast-iron skillet doesn't just deliver mouthwatering caramelized crusts and a perfectly rustic presentation. Turns out, it really can boost the iron content of your food and help you work more of the sometimes hard-to-get mineral into your diet.
If you cook with a cast iron skillet, chances are you already have an idea of how to season one. But what if we told you
Lisa McManus of America's Test Kitchen puts it best in her in-depth interview on the publication's blog Behind The Issue
You CAN cook these things in other vessels, but we have no idea why you would.
What did this beautiful piece of cooking equipment ever do to you?