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In fact, you can even use cast iron cookware directly over an open fire.Cook a full meal outside over your fire pit (this is an awesome outdoor fire pit and stove combo) or in the fireplace during a power outage.Could anyone tell me if the Descoware Duch oven I just picked up at a flea market is safe to cook in? It's in good condition but has a crack in the paint on the inside. I know it's got some age to it and am worried about lead. The "paint" on the inside is actually "glass" (porcelin enamel) - it's not the same material but you can think about it as being a cast iron pot with a Corningware interior. chances are that when you preheat it the "glass" will expand and it will be a pretty good surface - not perfect, but good. For cleaning, something like "Bar Keepers Friend", or "Bon Amie" would be a good choice. Just for reference: Most of these were made in the 50's and 60's and are out of business.It's in good condition but has a crack in the paint on the inside. I know it's got some age to it and am worried about lead. Sometimes, something like "Comet" or some other cleaner with bleach in it "might" help get rid of some of some of the staining. Descoware was Belgian Dru was Dutch Copco was Danish Husqvarna made enameled cast iron at one time.
The term “cast iron” is used to describe anything made of iron that has been melted and poured into a mold — a process called “casting”.
Some regions like Liege in Belgium and the Rhur in Germany were legendary for the amount of cast iron they used to produce.
Cast iron cookware can be a bit intimidating to those that have never used it before.
When mastered properly, you can cook some of the most amazing, flavorful, and healthy food you or your family have ever put in your mouths.
In order to get yourself ahead of the learning curve, let’s get you familiarized with the absolute basics of using cast iron cookware.
Use it on a bed of hot charcoal, in camp fire embers, or on a portable wood stove (like the Emberlit or Solo Stove).