Saturday, November 8, 2014

Three New Friends. Cast Iron Ones 6WS

Finally, I found cast iron pans which are 1. handled long enough for me to get two hands on, so as to lift the thing, 2. small enough for all the above to apply, and wheee 3. in a set.




So here they are.  I've done the oiling and baking thing to season them, even though they claimed to be pre seasoned.  A likely story. I tried a test omelette and some of it came up, some of it stuck.  So after getting the rest of the egg off, I did the seasoning thing.

I believe you have to develop a relationship with these things.  Also to patiently get the seasoning up to par before it's really working. All this I have taken into account.  Before I ceremonially dumped my old rocky nonstick skillet that was the right size for a lot of things but didn't have much else to recommend it.

Anyone with experience of these things, especially about foods that do particularly well in them, please chime in.  In six words, would be a bonus!



 

7 comments:

Magpie's Mumblings said...

Envy and covet, please and thanks!

dogonart said...

Handles get hot? Wrap with string (6W)

P MacGillivray said...

Clean with water and kosher salt.

Quinn said...

Suggest making handle covers before using :)

Ash said...

The above comments are spot on.

Boud said...
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Boud said...

A six-word sequence. A poem!