Cast Iron Cookware: What You Need To Know

Cast Iron lost it’s luster when non-stick became the rage starting in the late 1960s. And now it has been rediscovered. Find out how to choose the best for your home. Take a look at bare “seasoned” cookware vs the French (and French inspired) porcelain pieces. Take a gander at the various types including: frying pans, dutch ovens, roasters, and more. Find out what’s worth buying now.

Cast Iron and Carbon Steel Skillets – Which is Better For Your Home Kitchen?

Cast Iron Vs Carbon Steel

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Cast Iron Roasted New Potatoes with Fresh Herbs

Herb Roasted Cast Iron Skillet Potatoes Favorite Recipe |

Your favorite carb gets a huge flavor makeover with our easy recipe for cast iron roasted new potatoes with assorted fresh herbs and garlic. Use your favorite herbs of the season to create your own savory flavor profile the whole family will enjoy for dinner, if it even makes it on the table! Get this addictively delicious recipe on Foodal now.

Foodal Podcast 003: Sophie Egan on American Food Culture

Foodal Podcast 003 - American Food Culture with Sophie Egan

In Episode 3 of the Foodal Podcast, managing editor Allison Sidhu talks to Sophie Egan about her book, Devoured. Listen in as they discuss Super Bowl favorites like chicken wings and pizza, carefully crafted food marketing schemes, and why Americans eat what we do.

Foodal Podcast 002: Anita Crofts on International Cuisine and Customs

Foodal Podcast 002 with Anita Crofts on International Cuisine and Customs

Listen as Foodal’s managing editor, Allison Sidhu interviews Anita Crofts, the author of the newly released “Meet Me at the Bamboo Table.” They discuss the book, Anita’s travels, and food customs, identity, and the universality and culture significance of cuisine across the world.