Simple Cast Iron Bowls are available in a small nesting set of three. Both useful and charmingly rustic, these bowls work well as a mis en place set, condiment and salt + pepper dishes, or as catchall bowls for change and jewelry.
Small - 2 1/2 x 1"
Medium - 3 1/4" 1 1/2"
Large - 4" x 2"
EASON your new cast iron prior to using, which helps create a natural non-stick surface (see below)
+ HAND WASH cast iron with hot water, no soap, and use a stiff non-metal brush or sponge to remove any residue, it should never be put in a dishwasher
+ DRY PROMPTLY and completely as cast iron can rust, drying cast iron on the stovetop is our favorite
+ HOW TO SEASON your new cast iron:
Start by scrubbing well with warm soapy water (soap should only be used the first time). Dry the cast iron thoroughly. Spread a thin layer of vegetable shortening, lard, or bacon grease (vegetable oil is not recommended). Heat oven to 375 degrees and place upside down on a middle rack in the oven. Bake for 1 hour and let cool completely in the oven. Season regularly.