Cast Iron Grill’s wide grates and broad cooking surface can please and feed any crowd. Complement any recipe with the wood-fired flavors of oak, hickory, maple, and more.
Easy To Use
Novice chefs can achieve mastery of open fire cooking in no time with Cast Iron Grill’s natural counter to intense heat. It heats up gradually and evenly, then transfers heat steadily to maintain perfect cooking temperatures with a single layer of burning embers.
The longevity of cast iron is legendary and owed to its ability to season. Non-stick and polymerized, a seasoned Cast Iron Grill is easy to clean for life-long use. Cast Iron Grill wears in without wearing out, creating limitless opportunities to light up for years to come.
Cleverly designed with portability in mind, everything from packing to assembly is effortless so you can focus on the trip of a lifetime or crafting wood-fired fare. Cast Iron Grill completes the nesting Yukon Cooking System made to store well and go anywhere.
Yukon Cooking System
Cast Iron Grill and Hub are part of a well-oiled machine made for creating good moments. Trailside suppers and flame-to-table feasts are possible with Yukon, Hub, and accessories for a complete experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find the perfect amount of heat to start, with 4-6 medium-sized and split logs reduced to coals.
We recommend kiln-dried hardwoods like Oak, Hickory, Maple, and Pecan. Some wood is not safe for cooking, including softwood, plywood, construction scraps, painted or stained lumber, or any composite logs containing accelerants..
The fire pit cooking system works best with a shallow bed of embers in your fire pit’s burn chamber. Flames shouldn’t be higher than a few inches while cooking with the Cast Iron Grill.
Yes, Cast Iron Grill should be treated just like the cast iron you’re familiar with. The non-stick quality will fully develop after 8-10 seasonings. Allowing an extra 30 minutes before cooking will be plenty of time to season your Cast Iron Grill.
Grease and crumbs can be wiped away while the iron is hot, and you can do this safely with rags gripped by cooking tongs. Remove your Grill from Hub using heat-resistant gloves and rinse with just hot water. The most stubborn residue can be removed with our Cast Iron Scrubber and hot water. Follow all cleansing with thorough drying. Never let the cast iron soak or be submerged in water for any amount of time. Apply a light coat of seasoning oil to clean and dry cast iron before storing. Season your Cast Iron Grill well and often to keep it non-stick.
Some grease will not impact the performance of your fire pit and will burn off with each use.
Yes, Hub is an essential part of your fire pit cooking system. Cast Iron Grill should never be placed over your fire pit without Hub.
Hub can be placed directly over your fire pit with or without the flame ring.
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