Cast Iron Cookware
When heated, cast iron provides a very even, uniform heat ideally suited to slowly cooking casseroles over long periods. This allows the natural flavours and textures of the food to fully develop. Cast iron griddle pans are able to produce the intense dry heat required to seal in flavour when cooking the perfect steak. Cast iron cookware is coated in vitreous enamel to prevent corrosion and tainting of the food as well as allowing a rainbow of colours. A cast-iron pot could easily provide over 25 years of solid use.