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  • 5¾" Traditional small cooking iron (Bacon press)

5¾" Traditional small cooking iron (Bacon press)

  • £60.00

  • Ex Tax: £50.00

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5¾" (15.5 cm) traditional flat cast iron small cooking iron with British oak handle 

This cooking iron was created in collaboration with the chefs at The Wigmore, the English tavern in the luxury hotel, The Langham, London.

The iron was developed for the new menu, overseen by Michel Roux Jr and delivered by chef James Hawley, first created for the fun, and surprisingly influential,
Pub in the Park festival in Marlow in May 2018. Both menu and cooking iron have become firm favourites.
A great combination with a Netherton 8 inch frying pan (or bigger) 
Perfect for small pans and dishes.
Place cooking Iron on bacon, burgers, steaks & vegetables.
Use it to make perfect paninis
Ensures they are evenly cooked & flat.
May be pre-heated to speed cooking.
Pre-seasoned with flax oil
For use in any of the Netherton Foundry 8" or larger frying pans. Pan not included but click here for our pan recommendation.

Why use a Cooking Iron?

It’s tough & can be used at very high temperatures. 
Prevents bacon curling.
Helps ensure food is thoroughly cooked.
Suitable for all types of frying pans & griddle plates.
Weight 1.4 kg (3lbs) 
 
          

The Wigmore

The Wigmore is a new, modern British tavern, at the top of Regent Street, just ten minutes’ walk north of Oxford Circus, that was opened by The Langham, London in 2017.
Watch this video from ‘Just Opened London’ on the making of The Wigmore’s XXXL Stovetop cheese toastie, using the Netherton Foundry Bacon Press.
 
 
James Hawley, Head Chef of The Wigmore
  
 
Leading the kitchen team at The Wigmore is James Hawley, who trained at Galvin Bistro and La Chapelle.  He then joined the Roux team at the Landau in The Langham, London before moving to the Terroir group, working at The Green Man & French Horn as well as Brawn.  He returned to The Langham, London to take up the role of Head Chef at The Wigmore for its opening in Summer 2017.  The Netherton Foundry 5¾ inch cooking iron was developed for The Wigmore’s new dishes, specially created for Pub in The Park in Marlow. 
 

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