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Old 02-11-2016, 05:18 PM   #155
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It looks like a griddle or fajita pan.....nothing an SOS pad and re-seasoning probably couldn't resolve.


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Old 02-11-2016, 05:45 PM   #156
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Isn't throwing a cast iron skillet into a fire one way to clean it?
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It is, tho this one looks as if it needs more than a fire cleaning, to me....it has rust, which needs to be removed before it is re-seasoned.


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Old 02-11-2016, 05:48 PM   #158
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I think I had my tongue in my cheek on that. This fire was a little extreme.
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Old 02-11-2016, 05:54 PM   #159
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Ahh...okay, Mimi.


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Isn't throwing a cast iron skillet into a fire one way to clean it?

Ive thrown some of my cast iron cooked meals into the fire...
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I rescued 2 cast iron pans from a burnt down cottage and they were like new. I have a BBQ with cast iron grates that get rusty in the winter. The first hot fire and the rust all disappears. The fire robs the oxygen out of the rust and converts it back to iron.
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ALWAyS carry a 14", 2 - 12" one of which is Deep, 2-10", an 8", and 5".
again we always seem to camp with large groups, must know that I love to cook in Dutch Ovens.
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My Mom used to use cast iron, but, I never got the hang of it. I'm not strong enough now to handle it. Guess I've become a bit of a wimp with age! LOL! Evelyn.
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Biscuits with cast iron..
Thanks for the photo.

At this hour of the morning, you got my mouth watering! Nice efficient arrangement on the square pan. Is that fabric an oven-proof "pot holder" for pulling the pan/griddle out of the oven? It looks like gasket material . . . (?)



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I'll answer that, Peter....no, that is not FireProof material, it is crochet cotton....which I recognize, having used it many times.

My first thought was not for the biscuits, tho they look yummy, but where did that pattern come from?...I've never seen that before!


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Thanks, is the cotton oven-proof, or has it been knotted on to the pan's handle after baking? This would seem difficult to do with a hot pan.

Edit -- OK now I realize that there may be a long handle sticking out (down in the photo) from the pan, and that the crochet handle cover is slipped on?

Edit2 -- like these?

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