Over medium heat, warm up a cast-iron griddle or large skillet; a non-stick griddle or pan will do as well.
Melt the butter in a cast-iron skillet or heavy nonstick sauté pan over medium-high heat.
This cast-iron road was denominated a "plate-way," from the plate-like form in which the rails were cast.
You were so cast-iron certain you could fill his place, you know!
First it might be a table or a cupboard, or perhaps a bedstead or a cast-iron cookstove.
Each consists of a cast-iron body in which are placed brass collars.
For without brotherly love and kindly human interest, laws are but cast-iron rules, and life but a living death.
It is generally furnished with cast-iron apparatus for cooking.
The carriage runs by means of its cast-iron grooved wheels, upon the cast-iron railway l2, which is fixed level on the floor.
An oblong mass of cast-iron used for ballast; there are also pigs of lead.
1660s, from cast (past participle adjective) "made by melting and being left to harden in a mold" (1530s), from past participle of cast (v.) in sense "to throw something in a particular way" (c.1300), especially "form metal into a shape by pouring it molten" (1510s). From 1690s as an adjective, cast-iron.