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    Jun 2012
    Butler, PA

    Rome Pie Iron

    I have noticed in my area the Rome Pie Irons are beginning to go on Sale everywhere; single and the doubles.
    Not sure if anyone uses them, but we like to on the firepit. The cheapie ones warp in an instant. The Rome ones are super durable, so it's nice to pick them up when they are on sale.
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    Mar 2015
    Cantonment, FL (Pensacola Area)

    Re: Rome Pie Iron

    I've got six of them. Grew up with that being part of camping trips LOL, on the cheap aluminum ones though, they don't just warp and is easy to end up with two metal rods and nothing left on the end. Dang kids borrowed our when they were teens for a party and then brought BACK the cheap ones and none of their friends would ever lay claim to them so had to go get new ones
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    Apr 2007
    SW Indiana

    Re: Rome Pie Iron

    My kids always loved fixing pizzas in them. Tastes awfully good after a day of hiking or being on the water. Went with the cheap ones once-- now have Rome.
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