Black iron bowl stand for Netherton Foundry Dutch oven
This stand fits all Netherton Foundry spun & cast iron 7 pint ( 4 ltr) casserole bowls.
Black iron bowl stand
A sturdy stand for the Netherton Foundry Dutch oven.
Pre-seasoned with flax oil for a natural non-stick finish and easy to clean.
Heavy duty ¼ inch (6mm) thick black iron ring with 3 detachable black iron legs ¼ inch (6mm).
Durable 99.1% pure iron with sturdy brass wingnuts.
Perfect for outdoor cooking over an open flame or charcoal fires.
Highly versatile and great fun to use. No tools required to fit and remove legs.
When you've finished cooking, detach the legs for compact storage.
This product is a stand only, the bowls and lids are available as a set.
Black iron bowl stand: Height 9½" (24cm), Width 15'' (38cm), Weight 6 lbs 1oz (2.75kg)
We recommend reading this information about seasoned iron cookware before purchase
When you need to re-season, we recommend using flax oil . This creates a hard wearing, easy clean black finish on all our cast, spun & black iron pots and pans, you can buy this from us: CLICK TO BUY FLAX OIL .
Fire safety and cooking outdoors.
Whenever cooking in the outdoors with flames, we advise you to gain appropriate experience or training from experts before starting.
Always check to ensure you have chosen a safe location, have the skills to look after yourself and those around you.
Always ensure that you're equipped to deal with all eventualities, including, but not exclusively, fire, burns and scalds.
Here is a couple of web pages about fire lighting and safety to get you thinking.
Want to learn more about firelighting and cooking outdoors?
Netherton Foundry recommends the BRISTOL FIRE SCHOOL
Hot, hot, hot - Bristol Fire school has been described as the south west's hottest cookery school.
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If we were to recommend some books on the subject of outdoor cooking, these would be our first choices.
To make a great fire you need the best fuel.