The companion website for this book contains photographs of many of the dishes contained in this book, more recipes for cast-iron cooking, tips and tricks for using cast-iron cookware, and more.
This organization promotes collecting cast-iron and aluminum cookware and can provide help with determining the origin of antique cookware.
David Smith has a collection of links, books, catalogs, and items for sale available on his personal website.
eBay is the most popular place to purchase used and collectible cast-iron cookware online. Prices and quality can vary so let the buyer beware.
This nonprofit organization seeks to preserve and continue the use of Dutch ovens in the United States. They have an annual conference and a World Championship Dutch Oven Cook-Off every year.
This website collects information about regional Dutch oven societies and gatherings throughout the United States.
The Miklaszewiczs offer classes in Abbotsford, Wisconsin. A lot of information about using Dutch ovens over campfires is available on this website.
This company has been making and selling cookware in the United States for more than 100 years. They offer information about their line of cookware, as well as information about using, caring for, and collecting cast-iron cookware.
If you're looking for more information about how to revive a cast-iron pan that looks worse-for-wear, this site may be able to help you.
This website has the largest variety of cast-iron cookware available. They sell from a variety of manufacturers. They also have a thorough blog with more information about specific pans, cooking techniques, cleaning, general care, and history.
Greg has a list of articles with pictures of cleaning techniques, recipes, seasoning tips, and more.
This group blog has five writers who take turns writing about their adventures in cooking with cast-iron cookware.
Tips on making your cast iron pans last forever, plus a variety of delicious recipes.