Well you can polish them up with a grinder sander or sandblast. Once you have a good polish on it you oil it down good with vegetable oil of choice or lard and fire it good to season the steel. Just like you would with a cast iron skillet or dutch oven. The more you use it and season it the better its going to work.
There is a lot of info on the net. Companies selling them and recipes. They are heavy so the freight would be steep if you ordered one already made. If you already have a turkey fryer or fish fryer you would already have the burner. Oh I forgot some people are weld in a 1-2 inch ring around the edge to use as fish fryers aand to make soups or stews. I;m thinking fajitas myself.
Im thinking it would be great for family dinners where you have 10 to 30 people to cook for.
Maybe a plow days?
Edited by JD DANNELS, November 05, 2012 - 07:52 PM.