WHAT'S INCLUDED: Fire Pit, Fire Grate, Vertical Pole, Pole Clamp, Cooking Grate, Brass Fastener Multi-tool, Grate Hook, one pair of Heat Resistant Gloves.
FEATURES: The Pole Clamp lets the user lift and lower the Cooking Grate to maintain desired cooking temperature, a necessity when cooking over an open flame fire. The Cooking Grate swings away from fire for convenient loading and serving. The Fire Pit has three large Ventilation Flues at the base to allow for plenty of air flow allowing for a hot fire with less smoke. The Fire Grate allows you to use charcoal to cook, along with providing even more air flow!
CONSTRUCTION: The Fire Pit is solid cast iron with a baked enamel finish. The Cooking Grate is pre-seasoned solid cast iron for unmatched durability and cooking quality. The Fire Grate is heavy gauge carbon steel. The Vertical Pole, Pole Clamp and Grate Hook are stainless steel.
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I was given a Sherman Cooker as a gift several months ago. It has become the social center point of our yard. The versatility of this product is only limited to the imagination. The cozy warmth that this fire pit generates on a cold New England winter evening is awesome. The warmth and that you can cook almost anything without moving from the social dynamic of your guests. My two adult children have expressed enough interest that I purchased one for each of them. Now whether I stay home or visit family I'll have the Sherman Cooker as the centerpiece of our gathering.
This multi function fire pit/cooker is a great time. Great fire pit super warm and makes a mean steak. Great bark. It's like tailgating in your yard.
I recently purchased the original Sherman cooker for the sole purpose to have a outdoor cooker/fire pit. There are a lot of cookers similar but all made in china. But the Sherman cooker is made right in the USA and it’s built to last lifetimes. It is the best cooker I have ever bought. I ended up buying a second one. We cook on it every night and weekend. Afterwards you can enjoy a nice fire and beverage after perfectly good meal. A++++ to the team that designed the original Sherman cooker. Looking forward to the future of the Sherman cooker and all the accessories to come !!!!
Original Sherman Cooker Specifications
Fire Pit58 lbs
Fire Grate10 LBS
Cooking Grate14 lbs
Vertical Pole4.5 lbs
Fire Pit Inside Diameter21.5"
Fire Pit Height10"
Cooking Grate Diameter18"
What's In The Box
Fire Pit, Assembled and Ready For Use
Verticle Pole with Adjustable Clamp
Brass Fastener Multi-Purpose Tool
Cooking Grate Hook
One Pair of Heat Resistant Gloves
Thoughtful Design Means Quick Assembly and Ease of Use
Solid cast-iron Fire Pit, baked enamel finish, rugged, sturdy and built to last
Heavy Gauge Carbon Steel Fire Grate, allows for more air flow for a hotter fire with less smoke
Solid cast iron Cooking Grate with a raised lip around perimeter, comes pre-seasoned with flaxseed oil
Use the Grate Hook to assist in lifting and lowering the Cooking Grate to desirable height
Heat Resistant Gloves, genuine leather, always wear when your Sherman Cooker is in use
The Pole Clamp is used to lift, lower and lock the Cooking Grate into desired position
Control the cooking temperature with the height adjustable Cooking Grate
Cooking Grate rotation capability for easy loading and serving food
Large ventilation flues produce a hot fire for less smoke
Let's Keep It Simple
Cast Iron Care
Your Original Sherman Cooker can be cleaned as needed to preserve the appearance, but cleaning is just for aesthetics. The animal fat and cooking debris left behind on the Cooking Grate will work wonders to protect it from the elements.
• Allow time for the Sherman Cooker to cool down completely prior to any cleaning.
• Using a typical wire grill brush, gently scrub any leftover food off of the Cooking Grate.
• Season the Cooking Grate with the vegetable oil of your choice using a lint-free towel or pastry brush.
...and How About Ash Disposal
The Original Sherman Cooker burning dry hardwood produces very little ash, but like all fire pits it will require the occasional tidying up.
• Allow time for the Sherman Cooker to cool down completely prior to any cleaning
• Remove the Cooking Grate and Fire Grate
• Tip the Fire Pit on its side to allow for easy access to shovel up the ash
• Return the Fire Pit to its level, non-flammable surface and reinstall the Cooking Grate and Fire Grate
The Story of the Original Sherman Cookers
The story begins in 2008 at a log cabin in the small town of Sherman, Maine. Where the thoughtful gift of a cast iron cooking grate sparked the inspiration to build something the cabin desperately needed, an outdoor fire pit that doubled as an open flame grill. This way no one was ever left out while tending to a gas grill and everyone could participate in the casual cooking with a front row seat.
If we only knew then what that simple gift of a cast iron grate from Pépère would evolve into...