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Old 11-29-2015, 03:33 PM   #4641
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I did the same thing, up until most recently. I had been buying small 8-inchers for our morning eggs and I found that I was replacing it maybe every 6 months or so. Even from Walmart at less than $4USD per, that adds up, not to mention that the bottoms were not flat enough for my Electric Glass-top cooktop. So most recently, I purchased a T-Fal brand 8-incher for about eight bucks... that was about 6 months ago and it's still holding up.

But I digress from the topic...

I've only owned three Cast Iron Pans in my entire life.
The first one I had was handed down to me by my Great Grandmother and like a very foolish young women, I had put it away in storage for single years. When I got married and was putting together our first home, I pulled it out and it was so badly rusted by the Hawaiian Salt Air, that I gave it to GoodWill and bought a new non-seasoned pan and kept that one until we moved to the 'mainland' and gave it to a friend, `cuz I had a fully equipped kitchen waiting for me. WELL! To make a long story longer
I didn't have one and went out and bought one of those new-fangled pre-seasoned Lodge Cast Iron Skillets, I don't care for it at all! But I'm too "tight" to buy a new one

SO... Non-seasoned Cast Iron Pan please


Talkin' about breakfast...

This or That?
Sunday Brunch : Cook at home or Go out and let someone else cook for you
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Old 11-30-2015, 11:39 AM   #4642
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I have 5 or 6 regular Sunday brunch menus that I love to serve with mimosas, bellinis, or Jennifer's Kisses and I don't drive if I have had any alcohol, so lets go with COOK AT HOME!

Regular eat-out breakfast; Bacon and eggs, or pancakes and sausages?
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Old 12-01-2015, 05:53 PM   #4643
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YUM! Bacon and (basted) eggs please, mainly because I don't make bacon that often... which brings me to the next this or that question...

Cooking Bacon : Stove top or in the Oven
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Old 12-01-2015, 06:46 PM   #4644
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In the oven, two pounds at a time. then drain and put in plastic freezer bags.

Breakfast snausages: Links or patties?
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I can only fit about 1 1/2 pounds of bacon on a half sheet tray...
"snausages" ? HA!

I'll have links, turkey links if you please

Asian Take out Food : Chinese or Korean?
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Old 12-03-2015, 01:57 PM   #4646
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Chinese

sauerkraut or kimchee?
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Old 12-03-2015, 04:20 PM   #4647
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Kim chee (I don't care for Sauerkraut), cucumber if you please? I LOVE Korean food, we just found a place next to DH new Doctor's office, next time he has to go, we're having lunch there... it's WAY far away from our place ....

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Old 12-03-2015, 09:29 PM   #4648
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The lunar New Year, because I am a Buddhist (and because it's 15 days long!)


Ford or Chevy?
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Ford.

Car or SUV?
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