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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Messing around with tweaking on the Hash Brown recipe

    Came across this vid the other day and the results using almost exactly his method were pretty darn good

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    Nice crispy hash browns and an easy to clean pan after what is there not to like
    My friend, yours look so much better than the YouTube Guy's--his were burnt not just crispy!

    Quote Originally Posted by Benz View Post
    In the spirit of keeping our cast iron thread alive, I pulled out the Griswold #8 waffle irons tonight and made a batch. Smothered in real butter and slopped with Mrs. Butterworth's syrup. Sorry to make Roy and Glenn salivate over their keyboards but the waffles were mmmm good. Look sharp and smell nice for the ladies.
    You wait!----------------------You'll be using a lot of that vintage heritage cast iron next summer!!! That is as long as my ride plans work out
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    Better bring the Lipitor Roy......I cook old school like my Mom and Gramma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Benz View Post
    Better bring the Lipitor Roy......I cook old school like my Mom and Gramma.
    No worries here my friend,
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    Today I used the Wagner chicken fryer. Lightly drizzled the inside with bacon drippings and then loaded it with some meaty beef short ribs seasoned with granulated garlic, granulated onion, coarse ground black pepper, coarse ground Celtic sea salt. Popped it in the oven at 300* for two hours. They came out super tender and juicy. Served up with a baked potato smothered in sour cream and creamed cauliflower.

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    Still snowing so we figured warm comfort food was called for

    10: Lodge Skillet
    Simple Chicken Pot Pie

    Sooooo Easy Sooooo Good

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    The wife and I will be fighting for the leftovers tomorrow heheheh
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    G-Man.......you cooking with gas yet ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by nessmuck View Post
    G-Man.......you cooking with gas yet ??

    hehe the damn electric one keeps going

    I just saw a Home Depot Commercial that mentions Samsung at 40% off and the Gas range I want is a Samsung so I might do some hard looking
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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Messing around with tweaking on the Hash Brown recipe

    Nice crispy hash browns and an easy to clean pan after what is there not to like
    Haven't tried clarified butter but I will, and I don't rinse them. Have tried that and they seem to lose quite a bit of flavour. I grate them and then squeeze out as much moisture and starch as possible in a clean tea towel or cheese cloth. Onion, plenty of fresh ground pepper, a bit of salt. Yum yum.

    Was hunting for something completely different when I spied these out the back of the local op shop.


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    Not bad for 50 cents each. The one on the left is a no name and pretty rough cast, might try re-surface it when I get time. The one on the right is made in Taiwan, and actually pretty well made. Has been milled, and cleaned up very nice with a bit of wet and dry. Didn't have any olive oil left, so used rice bran oil to season. Hmm, not sure. Doesn't look quite right but will persist and see how it goes. If not, will strip again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazor View Post
    Haven't tried clarified butter but I will, and I don't rinse them. Have tried that and they seem to lose quite a bit of flavour. I grate them and then squeeze out as much moisture and starch as possible in a clean tea towel or cheese cloth. Onion, plenty of fresh ground pepper, a bit of salt. Yum yum.

    Was hunting for something completely different when I spied these out the back of the local op shop.

    Not bad for 50 cents each. The one on the left is a no name and pretty rough cast, might try re-surface it when I get time. The one on the right is made in Taiwan, and actually pretty well made. Has been milled, and cleaned up very nice with a bit of wet and dry. Didn't have any olive oil left, so used rice bran oil to season. Hmm, not sure. Doesn't look quite right but will persist and see how it goes. If not, will strip again.
    Graeme, does the handle on the left unscrew? Just wondering as I've never seen a cast iron pan with a handle like that.
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    I used the Griswold to make eggs in a hole this morning and fried bacon in the Wagner.
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