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06-07-2021 11:09 PM
themarkwilkins Is it still in great condition up until today? You mean with no rust at all? That would be amazing if that was the case. I hope you take care of it the same way you grandma did. it will be nice to keep that.
07-21-2018 02:52 AM
phitmein
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^^++1000 That is how my Great Grandmother taught how to clean the 10" pan she gave me years ago. I don't know how old it is, but I am 55 and it has been around a LOT longer than me.
Does it have a brand name on the bottom of it ?

Phit
07-19-2018 07:57 PM
cDee63 ^^++1000 That is how my Great Grandmother taught how to clean the 10" pan she gave me years ago. I don't know how old it is, but I am 55 and it has been around a LOT longer than me.
07-19-2018 07:46 PM
Fourtrail Fresh loaves of beer bread out of the cast iron bread pans.
06-11-2018 08:35 AM
Fourtrail Bought a couple of new Lodge cast iron loaf pans for making beer bread and banana bread. The loaves just fall out when done. Amazing crust around the edges. Will try to get pictures next time I bake a couple of loaves.
06-10-2018 01:29 PM
Hotshot Made some breakfast this morning. Pinion Pie. Doctored up waffle batter loaded with Jimmy Dean pre cooked sausage, and cheddar cheese. Eggs cooked with jalapeño and onion.
04-17-2018 03:21 PM
Jay12 Hash - are you able to post a recipe for your pie crusts?
04-05-2018 05:30 PM
Hotshot Thanks for the info guys.
04-05-2018 08:27 AM
Jeff88
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I was wondering about that deal across from the handle also? Was wondering if it was just for hanging it on a wall?

Yes It says Made in USA . Was hoping it was older but it'll be a nice addition to my camp kitchen box when I get it cleaned up and seasoned.
That's another handle to allow for two hand usage for when you pour off the grease with the pouring spout. It is cut out probably to allow air to cool it somewhat.
04-05-2018 08:25 AM
Jeff88
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I was wondering about that deal across from the handle also? Was wondering if it was just for hanging it on a wall?

Yes It says Made in USA . Was hoping it was older but it'll be a nice addition to my camp kitchen box when I get it cleaned up and seasoned.
Great pan with a great story, it'll be old one day.
04-04-2018 07:54 PM
Hotshot I was wondering about that deal across from the handle also? Was wondering if it was just for hanging it on a wall?

Yes It says Made in USA . Was hoping it was older but it'll be a nice addition to my camp kitchen box when I get it cleaned up and seasoned.
04-03-2018 09:26 AM
Jeff88 If the pan is stamped MADE IN THE USA, it is 1960s or later.

https://thepan-handler.com/blog/iden...iron-skillets/
04-02-2018 08:18 PM
phitmein Cool, it sounds, to me, like you scored .

None of my old stuff has the little handle across from the long handle .

I wonder when they started doing that and who all did it ?
04-02-2018 07:13 PM
Hotshot
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Originally Posted by phitmein
My guess would be an unmarked Lodge and not a very old pan . The upper edge just looks to thick to me for it to be very old ? Granted though, it is just a picture that I am looking at and not the pan in my hand . One way or the other, great find .
The other day I had it side by side with my other pans, the upper edge is actually thinner than the rest of my pans.
03-31-2018 12:00 PM
Hotshot
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Originally Posted by -OIIIIIIIO-01
I've noticed some new cast iron company's are popping up lately. They have really smooth bottoms and are made like the "good ol stuff". But $100 for a 8" pan, I'll stick to my $15 lodges that just fine for me. Has anyone bought any of these new pans? They do get really good reviews? Just bought my 1st pig yesterday, I don't think I can ever eat store bought bacon again... Looking for some good pork recipes
I have a few newer cast iron pans that were given to me as a gift. They're nice but we rarely use them. Something about breaking out the older stuff that I like.
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