Ready, Set, Cook
Now that you know the basics on how to choose a pan, how to season it, how to cook with it, and how to clean and store it, you're ready to begin cooking. But what to cook?
When most Americans think of cast-iron cooking, thoughts of soul-food classics and Little House on the Prairie dishes come to mind. But many people all over the world use cast-iron pans, and the advantages of cooking with cast iron are the same no matter where a dish is prepared. The recipes in this book may call for ingredients you don't normally stock and occasionally may be hard to find, but even with substitutions, you'll be able to prepare dishes that capture the spirit of cuisines from countries around the world.