This deep-bowled and gracefully curved casserole is an absolutely beautiful cooking implement, with a timeless look. It is equally at home in a farmhouse or modern kitchen. The quality is unmatched, it is sure to be coveted and handed down for generations. Made in the UK by a small foundry that is dedicated to keeping this traditional artisanal method alive. This is absolutely incredible cookware. Spun iron is a method in which a disc of iron is placed on a lathe-like machine and spun, while another tool forces it into shape. This process is capable of producing a vessel that is remarkably light for an iron pan, and shows a distinct subtle banding texture from the hand tools involved. This lidded casserole features wide flanges for easy gripping, a tight-fitting lid to retain heat and moisture, and holds approximately 4 quarts. Comes pre-seasoned with an application of flaxseed oil, which will bond with the metal over repeated high heatings, ensuring a thoroughly seasoned surface. Prior to use simply wash it hot water. Do not use soap or detergent. Immediately dry, ideally on a low heat on the stove or in a warm oven. It comes pre-seasoned but we suggest you give it an extra seasoned coating.
The casserole can easily handle temperatures up to 840ºF. Measures 12” W at lip x 4 ¼” D (9” W at base).
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We recently partnered with the Netherton Foundry to produce a select assortment of cookware exclusively for us here at Garrett Wade.
Black spun iron, one of the best cookware materials today, is an alternative to cast iron, which has historically been used in cookware. Spun iron is created by spinning discs of iron on lathes and then forming them over molds. It is superior to cast iron in one major way: It is a lot lighter than cast iron, usually 50% of the weight. You will no doubt appreciate this when you’re moving your rustic black iron cookware from your stove or oven to a countertop or tabletop.
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