Taste of the South

A Look Inside the Inaugural Southern Cast Iron Cook-Off

What do you get when you combine cooking demonstrations, a culinary competition, local food trucks, artisan makers, and live entertainment? The inaugural Southern Cast Iron Cook-Off™, held over two days in Louisiana last fall.

Nearly 2,000 attendees from 17 states ventured to the city of Lake Charles, Louisiana, the first weekend of November for a fun-filled, family-friendly weekend devoted to all things cast iron. From the moment the doors opened on Friday,

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