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Victoria Cast Iron Bacon Press and Meat Weight, Heavyduty with Wood Handle, Burger Press, Panini Press For $12.99

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  • Grill press cuts cooking time by about half for thin meats (Bacon from 8 minutes to 4)
  • Large bacon press is 8.3 x 4.4, 2.15 lbs, has screw-removable Cool-touch wood handle
  • Heavy gauge Cast Iron made in Colombia, seasoned with organic flaxseed oil
  • Great for bacon, beef, burgers, poultry, flatbreads, grilled sandwiches, panini, quesadillas and more
  • Bottom texturized to avoid sliding and movement
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Set off my Colombia deal alert. Seems like a great deal though.
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I have one of these in a different brand. It's definitely not as pretty as this one, but it's nice for cooking bacon and burgers
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$9 for this 8" press (Amazon bestseller in category)

https://www.amazon.com/Update-Int...CDSCN3YANQ


or $10 for this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...AWEQHHPH0N
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I wrap mine (the flat that touches the meat) in foil to cut down on grease build up. Had mine forever, don't know anything about this one, price sounds meh to me.
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Why are these always so small, I cook 1lb at a time...
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Why are these always so small, I cook 1lb at a time...
just get a second cast iron the same size as teh first, and heat them both up and set the otherone inside of it after you add the bacon
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These r great for smash burgers
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$9 for this 8" press (Amazon bestseller in category)

https://www.amazon.com/Update-Int...CDSCN3YANQ


or $10 for this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Cuisinart-...AWEQHHPH0N
Looks like the Cuisinart is a better deal. Same size, heavier too.
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Here's a tip: wrap it in aluminum so you don't have to clean it after cooking
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Cooks Illustrated did a comparison of presses and the winner was simply a brick covered in aluminum foil.
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Cooks Illustrated did a comparison of presses and the winner was simply a brick covered in aluminum foil.
I use that or another cast iron pan.
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A true slickdealer would just use a brick.
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Why are these always so small, I cook 1lb at a time...
That's what she said Wink
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The lodge round press is about 5 pounds and can be had at $13 at times. Also it's smooth on the bottom for easy cleaning. I don't have one though but been wanting one. The problem for brick is, would it get hot and hard to handle?
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