Thread: Food and Drink Cast Iron Skillets. You dig them?
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Old 11-08-2011, 03:30 PM   #55
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Originally Posted by Fritz88 View Post
What brand is it? It looks great.
I'm not even sure of the brand. I bought that at a garage sale prbably 20 years ago. It was my camp skillet, then got moved to the kitchen when my parents gave me a "set" of cast iron stuff. If you season them well, deglaze them after use, scrub with a plastic cleaner, dry, and re oil after each use, yours will look just like mine in a year or so. It is basically non stick now. I think the biggest keys are to deglaze with water after use, and re oiling every time.
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