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Promoted 04-18-2016 by Corwin at 10:07 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 8" Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Trivet (L8DOT3) for $7.83. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks handymom

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  • This pre-seasoned trivet/meat rack is intended for use w/ Lodge Dutch ovens to keep foods off the bottom of the pan. Reviews are very good with over 500 Amazon reviewers rating it 4.7 out of 5 stars overall. The price also matches the last Frontpage deal for it from February. -Corwin

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 05:16 PM by cricket702
I missed this last time it was FP and still really wanted it. When I checked the price was back! 8" Lodge Pre-Seasoned Cast-Iron Trivet (L8DOT3) for $7.83. [amazon.com] Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

This will go nicely with another previous FP deal for the 5-Quart Lodge Double Dutch Oven. YAY!
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Raises meats, pies, and other foods off pan bottom to prevent scorching

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I have this, but can anyone tell me what they use it for???
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I have this, but can anyone tell me what they use it for???
Raises meats, pies, and other foods off pan bottom to prevent scorching
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Huh. I thought this would be more interesting to sders since it has been FP twice at this price. I'm glad for myself that I got one to go with my new Lodge Dutch oven :-)
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Huh. I thought this would be more interesting to sders since it has been FP twice at this price. I'm glad for myself that I got one to go with my new Lodge Dutch oven :-)
It is because you are a yewt.
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It is because you are a yewt.
Hey now Smilie
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I have this, but can anyone tell me what they use it for???
Put it on a can on a plate and use it for a lazy susan with my searzall.

Also $7.83 at walmart.com.
http://www.walmart.com/ip/15836674
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Last edited by mike808 April 18, 2016 at 09:54 PM
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maybe you guys can help me out. I have a new gas stove, and the most convenient access burner for me cooks too hot (on low). Is there anything like this (cast iron) or whatever material stove grills are made out of (they dont seem to rust on my like the cast iron starts to) that I can put over the burner to minomize the heat. Currently when I try to make fudge (emphasis on try) i put a cast iron pan over the burner then put my pot there so the pot heats more indirectly.

Pretty much this looks like what Im looking for but I need it to be solid, and preferably something that wont rust as easy.
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was wondering if you could use this between an aluminum based pan and an induction cooking surface
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maybe you guys can help me out. I have a new gas stove, and the most convenient access burner for me cooks too hot (on low). Is there anything like this (cast iron) or whatever material stove grills are made out of (they dont seem to rust on my like the cast iron starts to) that I can put over the burner to minomize the heat. Currently when I try to make fudge (emphasis on try) i put a cast iron pan over the burner then put my pot there so the pot heats more indirectly.

Pretty much this looks like what Im looking for but I need it to be solid, and preferably something that wont rust as easy.
Try boiling water in a pot and then putting your pot over that. Similar concept to what you're already doing. It's called "double boiling."

You might also try a "heat diffuser," which is something you put over your gas burner and under your pot. It diffuses the heat to make it more even so you don't get hot spots from the gas flame. Not entirely sure if this will accomplish what you're after but I think it would help.
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Not bad.
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was wondering if you could use this between an aluminum based pan and an induction cooking surface
You can, and the cast iron will heat up as though it were an electric hot plate. BUT, be very careful not to turn on the induction setting to high at the start when the cast iron trivet is cold, as a sudden change in temperature (and the induction cooker can create an almost instantaneous change to high heat) will crack the cast iron trivet. I know this from first hand experience with a treasured, old cast iron pan which I placed on the high setting on an induction cooker. My "indestructible" cast iron frying pan made a loud cracking noise and a long crack developed across the bottom from the rapid expansion of the iron.

The trivet may be less likely to crack than a pan with a solid bottom, though.

A better idea may be to use a cheap, carbon steel plate under the aluminum pan (though I haven't tried that either--it should work, but it would not be the most efficient way to transfer heat). It also may cost more than the cast iron trivet.
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maybe you guys can help me out. I have a new gas stove, and the most convenient access burner for me cooks too hot (on low). Is there anything like this (cast iron) or whatever material stove grills are made out of (they dont seem to rust on my like the cast iron starts to) that I can put over the burner to minomize the heat. Currently when I try to make fudge (emphasis on try) i put a cast iron pan over the burner then put my pot there so the pot heats more indirectly.

Pretty much this looks like what Im looking for but I need it to be solid, and preferably something that wont rust as easy.
hoplite is on the mark. You should be double-boiling: fudge, chocolate, custards, curds = get a double-boiler setup going.... you can either get 2 pots that fit nicely together, or buy a "double boiler" set to do the job.
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