Move over Cast Iron, Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle is Baking My Bread Now

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Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle
Thanks to Wilton Armetale we have a new bread-baker in our Rural Mom kitchen…
one that’s certainly giving our cast iron pans a run for the dough!

If you’ve followed Rural Mom for any length of time, you know I’m a huge fan of cast iron.  From biscuits to pizza to fresh bread, I can always rely on it to turn out an evenly baked dough with a perfectly-browned crust.

Right now, though, there’s a “battle for the bread” going on in my Rural Mom kitchen since Wilton Armetale moved in.  The Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle that I expected to be using solely for outdoor grilling has now found a great purpose indoors as my new preferred platform for bread baking.

Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle

Wilton Armetale products are a metal mixture of over 10 different metals and have similar cooking property to cast iron pieces but unlike cast iron, the pieces do not need to be seasoned and will not rust.  (If you have cast iron pieces and season regularly, you can truly appreciate the joys of this fabulous feature!) They also require no polishing and won’t crack, chip, dent or tarnish.

Like cast iron, they are not microwave or dishwasher safe, but this minor inconvenience of washing by hand is well worth the delightful baking experience these products offer!

Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle

Now, my cast iron pieces will not be leaving my kitchen, but Wilton Armetale will continue to join the mix.  These are items that will enjoy a long history in our family kitchen, lasting for generations to come.

The Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle is a product I’ll use over an over for baking as well as outdoor grilling.  It’s a great piece to use for grilling fish and vegetables without having to worry about small pieces slipping through grates on the grill.  As it’s extremely durable, it’s also ideal for camping trip to whip up a tasty pancake and sausage breakfast.

Grilling with Wilton Armetale Grillware Griddle

Want to add Wilton Armetale to your kitchen collection?  The grill-savvy folks at Wilton Armetale have a special offer for Rural Mom readers:  From now until November 30, 3013 enter code FALL13K to save 20 percent off your order at http://www.armetale.com/

And while you are browsing through all of the lovely Wilton Armetale collections (they have crazy-good-looking serveware, too) stop by their Facebook page to enter to win $300 of their amazing grillware products:  http://www.armetale.com/grillware-griddle-817.html 

Fresh Bread from the Rural Mom kitchen

 


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Barb Webb. Founder and Editor of Rural Mom, is an the author of "Getting Laid" and "Getting Baked". A sustainable living expert nesting in Appalachian Kentucky, wen she’s not chasing chickens around the farm or engaging in mock Jedi battles, she’s writing about country living and artisan culture.
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Comments

    • Grace
    • October 31, 2013
    Reply

    Your bread looks great and this sounds like a wonderful pan and very versatile. I’m impressed that they construct this with 10 different metals and have the cooking property to cast iron. I love my cast iron too.
    They sound sturdy and must be if they don’t dent ect.

      • Barb Webb
      • October 31, 2013
      Reply

      Color me impressed, too, Grace. I never thought I’d ever find something so comparable to cast iron, but both now have my attention in the kitchen 🙂

    • Frugal and Fun Mom
    • October 31, 2013
    Reply

    I really want to make homemade bread like that. You have inspired me to try. It looks beautiful.

      • Barb Webb
      • October 31, 2013
      Reply

      Wow, that’s fabulous! So glad to hear I inspired you and would love to know how your homemade bread turns out!

    • Linda Kinsman
    • October 31, 2013
    Reply

    Huh, homemade bread on a griddle? I would have never even thought of that. Your bread looks so good, I want a piece! Thanks for introducing me to Armetele’s products and a new way to make bread.

      • Barb Webb
      • October 31, 2013
      Reply

      Thanks Linda! Cast iron has always been a favorite of mine to use for any bread base including pizza and now Wilton Armetele has stepped in as an equal… the griddle is just a really easy piece to use for this purpose as it has ample surface for making several loaves, but I’ve even used skillets and other shapes. Swear by it. Hope you give it a try and do let me know what you think, if you do!

    • Pam
    • October 31, 2013
    Reply

    That certainly looks like a nice griddle and the bread is tempting too. You need to share the recipe.

      • Barb Webb
      • October 31, 2013
      Reply

      The base recipe for the bread pictured is adapted from the book Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, which I highly recommend!

    • Daisy B
    • October 31, 2013
    Reply

    I totally need one of these! My family loves bread and I need to start making it more at home rather than the expensive ones at the bakery.

      • Barb Webb
      • October 31, 2013
      Reply

      Thanks wonderful, Daisy. It is such a money savor and goodness, the house smells great when you are baking!

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