[Homeroast] OT: Cast Iron Cookware (from "Roasting smoke and birds")
Ryan M. Ward
silvercro_magnon at hotmail.com
Wed Dec 23 13:07:30 CST 2009
You just can't bean an old fashioned Carbon Steel Wok IMHO. Works as a frier, its naturally non-stick, you can deep fry with, and it makes a nice piece of eye candy. Also, much cheaper then emerilware! (I got my favorite Wok at a Yard sale for $2!)
Ryan M. Ward
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> From: peatmonster at comcast.net
> To: homeroast at lists.sweetmariascoffee.com
> Date: Wed, 23 Dec 2009 10:18:41 -0800
> Subject: [Homeroast] OT: Cast Iron Cookware (from "Roasting smoke and birds")
> You touched on an interest of mine; cast-iron cookware, Starfinder. The more I use newer stuff, the more I like my old cast-iron. Egads, I've spent a bundle on cookware over the years, and most of it sits unused - other than my cast-iron. There's something gratifying about rescuing an old piece destined the scrap heap and putting it to work. The simplicity of a gas stove and cast-iron just works for me. Right now, I'm looking forward to the arrival of a century-old waffle iron I scored on ePay. I'm anticipating my electric waffle-iron will be relegated to "shelf weight" status.
> Anybody else on the list in love with ancient cast-iron?
> From: "Starfinder Stanley" <coffee at starf.org>
> > another story. Regardless, IMO you can't beat a good seasoned cast iron or
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