- Over 200 recipes, from curry to peanut brittle
- Recipes from notable chefs as well as Lodge family members and employees
- Includes stories about pots shared among family and friends
- Chapter devoted entirely to cornbread
Cast iron skillets have been a beloved part of American culture for more than a century. In 1896, Joseph Lodge founded the company that remains the only American manufacturer of quality cast iron cookware. "The Lodge Cast Iron Cookbook" is a celebration of this device and features over 200 delicious recipes, from peanut brittle to curry to pancakes. The recipes included are from authors and chefs such as Rose Levy Beranbaum and John Currence, as well as Lodge family members and employees. Touching stories of family and friends who passed down memories with their well-worn skillets are sprinkled throughout. A chapter devoted entirely to cornbread is sure to result in your best batch yet! 288 pages. Made in USA.
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