Open Fire Cooking

Ramblin Ron

I’m a huge fan of cast iron cookware. My wife and I inherited her Grandmother’s cast iron skillet when we were married, which belonged to her mother before that. I love the even heat, the durability, the non-stick functionality of a properly seasoned pan and even the weight. A common complaint about cast iron, I find that the sheer weight of the pots and pans gives me a psychological satisfaction in cooking. I feel like I can do no wrong when I’m cooking in cast iron!

I’ve also grilled for many years, beginning in earnest while I was in graduate school at Radford University. We were all dirt poor and a close friend of mine who is a true grill master discovered that we could get all the free drinks we could ever want if we threw a party and grilled. Cheap and easy, we learned to break down whole…

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