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University of Toronto Cast Iron Cooking Club (UofT CICC) St George

Hello there! Interested in cooking with the most beautiful cookware of all time? Join the UofT Cast Iron Cooking Club (UofT CICC) where you will learn everything about cast iron cookware! We will teach you everything from how to care for it (seasoning, washing, restoring, storage) and to learning how to cook with it! Cast iron skillets are a fantastic cookware that will last basically your entire life with the right care, and can even be restored if rusted. They are also THE optimal cookware for cooking meats like steak, pork chops, and ground beef. It can even be used to bake foods like paratha and cornbread, or make some bomb kimchi fried rice. You can use it for basically anything.

At Uoft CICC, you will learn all about awesome recipes you can make in a simple cast iron skillet that will be sent out in newsletters, can join workshops to learn how to season your cast iron, tips for general cooking, and much more! By the end of the year you will know how to cook the most juiciest, flamboyant, mind-blowing steak that will blow your friends’ minds. We can also accommodate for people of any dietary needs, just let us know when you sign up with us and we will adjust what recipes we send out!

Whether you own a cast iron, are interested in getting one, or simply want to join for the ride, you are highly encouraged to join! We only want to spread the awesomeness of cast iron cooking. Just shoot us an email at with your name and any dietary restrictions you may have and we’ll gladly welcome you as a member.

Group Administration

Primary Contact

Koji Wong President

Administrative Officers

Koji Wong President Will Chen Vice President

Other Executive Members

Maple Wang Treasurer Sarah Chung Secretary Victoria Lin Marketing Director Leo Choi Event Director

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Group Expires:

September 30, 2024 11:59 pm

Last Updated:

November 29, 2023 1:21 pm


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