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Cast Iron Grid- Lucky me

GrasshopperGrasshopper Posts: 108
edited 4:13AM in EggHead Forum
Just a quick question. Today at EggwegoFest my wife purchased a cast iron grid. Is there anything special i must do before or after using it, beside the routine cleaning - does it require a special way to clean? Maybe dumb questions, but........
BYW if you were in the neighborhood and did not attended EggwegoFest you missed a great one, even with the rain.


  • bubba timbubba tim Posts: 3,216
    GH, what happen to your pictures of the event?
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  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,171
    Just rinse it and cook away.

    I give mine a shot of Pam when it cools. Other than that - no maintenance.
  • me wife, illinigal got to the computer first. Look for her pics, unfortunatly cooking took away from serious picture taking.
  • thnks for the input, is keeping the grid outside with the BGE OK?
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,171
    I keep mine in the BGE.
  • KlagKlag Posts: 208
    One thing to remember with cast iron grids, they break MUCH easier then the regular ones. But they are awesome, I love mine!

    I like to use it upside down for pig candy and fish, lots of surface area really handy.
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