Cast Iron Cookware

Searching for the perfect way to cook while camping? Look no further than Wood to Water cast iron cookware. 

This heavy-duty cookware is perfect for any outdoor cooking situation. It will help you create delicious meals over the campfire and is made from durable materials that will withstand the rigours of outdoor cooking.

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But why choose cast iron cookware for camping?

 

For one, cast iron is incredibly durable. It's been used for cooking for centuries, and it's not going to break easily. It's also a great conductor of heat, so your food will cook evenly. And finally, it's relatively lightweight so that it won't weigh you down on your camping trip.

With choices of cookware from dutch oven sets to skillets or griddles, you’ll be able to find what you need to cook up a storm while camping.

And not forgetting the important cooking accessories! Grab yourself a pair of heat-resistant gloves to help you move hot cookware and a cast iron brush and pan scraper set to keep your cookware clean and looking new. Wood To Water even stock a waffle iron, perfect for a camping breakfast or dessert!

So, if you're looking for a versatile and durable cooking option for your next camping trip, consider cast iron cookware. It's sure to make your trip a success.

FAQs

How do I season my cast iron cookware?

Seasoning your cast iron cookware is important before first use and occasionally thereafter. It creates a smooth, non-stick surface that will help to prevent rusting.

To season your cookware, simply rub it with a light layer of oil (vegetable or olive oil will work fine) and then bake it in a preheated oven for about an hour. Allow it to cool completely before using.

How do I clean my cast iron cookware?

Cleaning cast iron cookware is relatively simple. Just avoid using soap, as it can strip the seasoning from your pan. Instead, scrub it with a stiff brush and hot water. If you need to, you can use a little bit of coarse salt to help remove any stuck-on food. You can boil water in the pan for more stubborn messes to loosen things up.

We recommend the Petromax Care Conditioner to protect the surfaces of Dutch ovens and other cast-iron cookware products. With this care conditioner, you can renew the seasoning of your Dutch oven.

Why is my food sticking to my cast iron cookware?

If your food is sticking to your cast iron cookware, it's likely that the pan is not properly seasoned. Be sure to season your pan before each use, and re-season it periodically as needed. Additionally, make sure you're using enough oil or fat when cooking. Adding a little oil to your pan before cooking will help to create a non-stick surface.

What are some easy meals to cook while camping?

There are plenty of easy camping meals that you can cook up without too much fuss. Consider simple options like hot dogs or hamburgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, quesadillas, or even a one-pot meal like chilli or soup.