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#CampfireCooking: Lodge Cook-It-All

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Bacon-wrapped pizza, fire-roasted trout and potato-and-bacon hash are just three Lodge Cast Iron recipes you can grill up outdoors with the new Cook-It-All.

Lodge might be the most iconic brand name in the cast-iron cooking industry, but that doesn’t mean the company is resting on its laurels. Lodge recently released the Cast Iron Cook-It-All, a multipurpose product that has camp-cooking enthusiasts reconsidering their entire cast-iron collection.

The Cook-It-All, which weighs 30.9 pounds and retails for $180, is two pieces of cast iron that can be configured and flipped in five different ways to create a 6.8-quart Dutch oven, a 14-inch griddle, a 14-inch grill, a pizza oven, a skillet and a wok for cooking indoors or out. Two heavy-duty stainless-steel handles are included and help the camp chef seamlessly flip from the griddle to the grill side or easily remove the wok from the heat source.

Woman cooking bell peppers and sausages outdoors with Cook-It-All

The Lodge Cook-It-All can replace other outdoor cookware with a relatively compact — if not lightweight — cast-iron set.

The design is simple and intuitive, plus Lodge includes a user-friendly guide to walk you through the different cooking configurations. Instructions for proper cast-iron care are thorough and clear.

The guide also includes a handful of delicious and accessible recipes like Bacon-Wrapped Pizza, Fire-Roasted Trout and Mountain Man Potato-Bacon Hash. Additional recipes on the Lodge website such as Campfire Paella and Beef-Tips Stir Fry will help early adopters get the most out of their Cook-It-All and wow their followers on social media.Four piece Lodge cast-iron Cook-It-All including handles.


Headshot of authors and podcasters Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi.In addition to contributing to Trailer Life, Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi are writers for RVFTA.com and hosts of the RV Family Travel Atlas podcast. They are also the authors of Idiot’s Guides: RV Vacations. The couple spends as much time as possible exploring the country in a toy-hauler travel trailer with their three very energetic sons and Maggie the Camping Dog.

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