The Original Round Pie Iron by Rome is perfect for cooking desserts & savory pies over a campfire or fire pit. The round design is designed to crimp down on the edge of the bread crust to form a round pie that seals in the goodness. Constructed from solid cast iron with dependable stainless steel rods & wood handles.
To use simply place a piece of buttered bread in the clam shell style compartment, fill with preserves, pie filling, cheese or meat. Add the second slice of bread. Close the lid and toast over the fire until done. Perfect for campfires or backyard firepits.
Cast Iron construction
Casting measures 4” dia
Overall length of 28”
Item weight: 2 1/2 lbs
Includes recipes and use instructions.
10 Year warranty
An original design made by Rome - The specialist in around the campfire fun since 1964.
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Great pie irons. Once I finished seasoning them, nothing sticked to the inside or outside surface and the food popped right out every time. Cleanup was a breeze. Looking forward to using them again in the near future to try out some other recipes.
The title says it all. I thought it was going to be a gimmicky thing that was fun for the family, but like most gimmicky things, would be a hassle to deal with... use it once, put in the corner of the garage until the next garage sale.
I was very much wrong. It is a legitimate cooking tool. It's sturdy and quite honestly, it's perfect for quick, one person meals. Season it well and it's completely nonstick. I've already used it more often than my other camp cookware and when I do use my other cookware, it's right there making the dessert.
Now I'm that guy who shoehorns "pudgie pies" into conversations. I guess the social stigma is a downside, but this thing is awesome and I want the world to know.
Making pies around the fire is such fun, and these irons are great. Good quality.
Very well made but to small. It wasn't really a matter of cutting the corners off its a lot more and we used small bread.