Category: Recipes

Marcella Hazan’s Roast Chicken with Lemons – My Griswold Iron Mountain Chicken Pan Springs into Action Yet Again!

Marcella Hazan’s Roast Chicken with Lemons – My Griswold Iron Mountain Chicken Pan Springs into Action Yet Again!

I recently returned from Europe, and I have a hankering for authentic Italian food…at least as authentic as you can get it when you aren’t in Italy. Marcella Hazan, author of the authoritative Italian cookbook “Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking,” has a wonderful recipe for roast […]

Brenda’s Fabulous Calico Beans, made in my Iron Mountain (by Griswold) Chicken Pan!

Brenda’s Fabulous Calico Beans, made in my Iron Mountain (by Griswold) Chicken Pan!

When we were camping a while back, Brenda told me about her easy-peasy recipe for Calico Beans. She was kind enough to send me a snap of her recipe card, and tonight I made them for dinner. I did not know that I would love […]

Why Griswold Made Both a High- and Low-Base for its Waffle Irons

Why Griswold Made Both a High- and Low-Base for its Waffle Irons

I’ve seen this theorized here and there before, and the theories all made sense, but here it is right from the mouth of Griswold’s marketing department in 1921! “The Griswold … low frame … is for use on coal and wood ranges, and the high […]

Caramelized Onion and Shallot Dip made in my Griswold Chicken Pan

Caramelized Onion and Shallot Dip made in my Griswold Chicken Pan

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…my chicken pan can do anything! I’m having guests for a casual dinner tonight on the patio. Burgers are on the menu, along with all of the accoutrements and a roasted veggie side. I needed a couple […]

Easy-Peasy Strawberry Jalapeño Cast-Iron-Skillet Jam

Easy-Peasy Strawberry Jalapeño Cast-Iron-Skillet Jam

I am going camping this weekend with my foodie camping friends, and I assigned myself appetizers. I always like baguette slices dipped in melted brie with pepper jelly on top, so I figured that would be a good one to try to make over the […]

Nancy Addison’s “Mash in the Hole” Meatloaf, Made in her Lodge Legacy Cast Iron Bundt Cake Pan

Nancy Addison’s “Mash in the Hole” Meatloaf, Made in her Lodge Legacy Cast Iron Bundt Cake Pan

You already know that I like to check out the “Black Iron Master” contest on Sundays on the Facebook page Black Iron Cooking, Antiques, and Humor. I’ve previously posted about some of Doyle Pregler and Brenda Bernstein’s  entries, and Rose Waddell’s winning Mahogany Chiffon Hydrangea cake made in […]


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