Pi Cast Iron Cookware Set

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Original price was: €119.00.Current price is: €99.00.



Cast iron elevates dishes, intensifies flavors and ensures consistent results—with exceptional heat retention and distribution. Ideal for searing, crisping and creating a perfect crust, the Pi Cast Iron Cookware set excels in high heat and outdoor cooking conditions.

What’s Included
Dimensions & Materials

Round Skillet

  • Diameter: 12 in
  • Depth: 2 in
  • Material: Cast Iron


Reversible Grill & Griddle

  • Length: 11.5 in
  • Width: 13 in
  • Depth: 1.25 in
  • Material: Cast Iron




Bamboo Stainless Base

  • Width : 13 in
  • Length: 13 in
  • Material: Bamboo + Stainless Steel

Unlock a new dimension in your Pi Pizza Oven with the 3-piece set, consisting of a 2″ deep round skillet, a reversible grill/griddle square skillet, and a bamboo/stainless steel base. Expand beyond pizzas and explore a variety of dishes, maximizing your oven’s capabilities.






Your cast iron comes preseasoned, but it’s always a good idea to wash and re-season your cookware before your first use. Instructions are included with your cookware. With proper care, your seasoned cast iron cookware will continue to develop a beautiful, non-stick surface, for plenty of cooking adventures to come.

Clean gently: After each use, rinse and gently scrub your pan with a soft brush or sponge. Avoid using harsh detergents and the dishwasher, as they can remove the seasoning that builds up over repeated use.

Dry thoroughly: Once clean, thoroughly dry your cast iron using a clean, dry cloth. To prevent rusting, ensure no moisture remains.

Heat to dry: To be extra sure all moisture is gone, place your clean cookware on the stove or in a warm oven for a few minutes.

Keep your cast iron cookware in a dry place with lids off to promote air circulation. If you live in a particularly humid area, consider placing a paper towel inside the cookware to absorb any potential moisture.

If food is sticking, it often suggests that your cast iron needs additional seasoning. Add to your cast iron’s seasoning by applying a thin layer of cooking oil and baking it in the oven, following the seasoning process detailed in the included guide. Repeat multiple times to develop more layers of seasoning.

Start with fatty foods: For the first few uses, cook fatty foods to help build up the non-stick seasoning layer.

Avoid acidic foods: Acidic foods, such as tomatoes or vinegar-based sauces, can strip away the pan’s seasoning. It’s best to avoid these until a good seasoning layer has been built up.












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