This is a long answer but I want to try to explain why I never bought an iron skillet.
I have had several iron pan cookers in the past but the one that really stood out to me was the Ramekin Ironman.
It’s made from an ultra-high quality cast iron and it was a bargain at around $1,000.
This made it the best value option.
The Ramekins Ironman has two separate cookers, a single burner and a dual burner.
If you want to make it a double burner, you can choose between a single or double burner.
The double burner is the one with the more efficient cookware.
The single burner has a much wider range of cooking surfaces that makes it a great choice for slow-cooked meals or slow-cooking soups and stews.
The iron pan is a great cook for slow cooking, soups, and stoves, but the iron pan doesn’t cook well.
The bottom of the pan can be a little flaky and if you leave the pan for too long it can chip.
When I first got my Ramekins Ironman, I did notice a few cracks and chips in the bottom of my pan.
This is not a huge deal but it’s a sign that the pan may be getting dirty and needs cleaning.
It also isn’t the most durable burner.
I tried it with my trusty Weber kettle, but it did not seem to have any cracks.
I did experience a few small tears in the top, but they were minor and easily repaired.
After a few weeks, the cracks started to disappear and the pan started to work properly again.
The stove is a little expensive at $1.99 per unit but if you use it regularly, it’ll last a long time.
If your budget is tight, the Weber kettle is a good option, but you’ll probably save some money on the Rameskin.
Posted by Dan at 6:45:00 AM