Carbon Steel vs cast iron wok

the carbon steel wok with a stir fry in

When it comes to carbon steel vs cast iron woks, carbon steel woks are lighter, which makes them easier to manoeuvre and allows for faster heat-up times, cast iron woks are heavier but they don’t warp when exposed to high temperatures like some carbon steel models do, they also provide a non-stick surface with minimal … Read more

When To Throw Away A Cast Iron Skillet

If your cast iron skillet has rusted on the inside or cracked, then it's time to throw away your cast iron skillet, this is because cracks or rusty insides will lead to it splitting whilst cooking, this can be very dangerous whilst frying food in oil.

If your cast iron skillet has rusted on the inside or cracked, then it’s time to throw away your cast iron skillet, this is because cracks or rusty insides will lead to it splitting whilst cooking, this can be very dangerous whilst frying food in oil. Rust has begun to appear There will be signs … Read more

What Size Cast Iron Skillet Do I Need?

A cast iron skillet is a great addition to the kitchen. As you may already know, the iron gives a beautiful flavour to some foods, especially meats such as steak. But wait? Your probably not wanting to buy every sized skillet, that would be expensive. You are just looking for a great all rounder size right? … Read more

Uneven Seasoning On Cast Iron: 5 Ways To Prevent It

An evenly seasoned cast iron pan

I get it, you’ve seasoned your pan over and over again, yet food is still sticking to your pan? You’ve tried cooking in it to build up the seasoning, you’ve tried everything. Yet nothing seems to work? Well preventing uneven seasoning is pretty simple when you know the science, for instance did you know that … Read more