Cast-Iron Oyster Pan
Grilled oysters are a smoky summer favorite. Cook delicious oysters on the grill or stovetop with this cast-iron oyster pan. Pan features 12 depressions perfect for holding oysters on the half-shell and can be preheated to speed cooking time.
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