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Cast Iron Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide to Cast Iron Cooking

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I absolutely loved this cookbook! Not only does it include great recipes, it also teaches techniques and care instructions for your cast iron skillet. If you don’t already own a cast iron skillet then this book will also teach you how to properly choose one. This really is an ultimate guide to the cast iron skillet! I am super happy with this book.

You can get this great cookbook on Amazon.

Product Description

Cast Iron Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide to Cast Iron Cooking
The cast-iron skillet is an icon of American cooking and has been used for centuries by cooks who understand its many advantages. You may have memories of your grandparents cooking meals in cast iron pans. In fact, since cast iron will last for generations, you may have those very same pans in your kitchen today! 

Everything You Need to Know about Cast Iron Cooking
This book is the ultimate guide to cast iron cooking, from choosing the right pans, to seasoning them properly, to how to properly clean and store them. In addition to learning the basics of cast iron cooking, the book also includes an abundance of delicious recipes that are specially suited to the benefits of cast iron. From perfectly cooked bacon and pancakes on the griddle to seared steaks and crispy fried chicken to mouthwatering desserts, The Cast Iron Cookbook: The Ultimate Guide to Cast Iron Cooking has you covered. 

70 Delicious Recipes Created Just for Cast Iron Including:

Dutch Apple Pancake 
Easy Sausage Gravy and Biscuits 
Chocolate Chip-Banana-Pecan Pancakes 
Italian Grilled Cheese 
Deep-Dish Sausage and Mushroom Pizza 
Perfect Pan-Seared Steak 
Sausage, Apple, and Cabbage Skillet 
Chicken and Pepper Fajitas 
Classic Cornbread 
Pineapple Upside Down Cake 
Fudgy Skillet Brownies 
And more … 

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