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    Got Cast Iron?

    I do, and I'm kind partial to it too. Cast Iron hanging tree. Out door Cook Station. I love cooking probably more than my wife does, but I hate cleaning up afterwards unless it's my Cast cookware, then I and only I get to take care of them.

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    1988 JD 322, Rear 2000rpm PTO,Cast weights,Chains,Loaded 26x12x12 Carlise Tru-Powers,V-61 front tires,Front wheel weights,Ruegg 3 point hitch,Brinley 10 inch plow,5 foot Rear Woodsman blade,Suitcase weights,3000lb winch,80 Patio cart,Modified #49 snowthrower,Harbert suspension seat,54"- 4 way blade,50" mower deck,Al-Z Loadlifter attachment, 1977 JD 212,39A snowthrower,Rear Intregal hitch,Cast weights,V-chains,42 blade,Sears cart,
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    I indoctrinated the wife when we first got married and now she will not cook on anything but cast iron.
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    Farmgirl needs to see this thread.
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    Got Cast Iron?

    Always hear and read about how great cast iron is. As the main chef in this house, it's on my list to get. Is that Apple pie? It looks delicious


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    Whoa, you have a ton. Literally.

    We only have a few pieces. Trying to build a collection of good USA new and vintage.
    One of the best pieces we have though is the Lodge griddle plate.
    Man, that thing is awesome for grilled cheese, pancakes, eggs, whatever.

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    Apple Pie is great out of the Cast skillet. It bakes perfectly
    The other picture is a large Cinnabon made by buying cinnamon rolls in a can from store, place one in the middle of the skillet and then unroll the second roll around the first connecting them at the ends. Continue to do so with 2 cans of rolls which ends up making one large cinnamon roll. Bake in oven at 350 for approximately 25 minutes or until brown. Butter and frost for a great looking snack.

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    Pizza anyone? Taters and onions?
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    One of my favorite pieces. Lid doubles for a skillet. (How do you like my refurbished utility chair? It was in pretty bad shape when I got it from the antique store for $15. My wife did the upholstery work)

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    Doing a Pot Roast in the garage Dutch Oven style. (Please don't lecture me about fumes and fire danger being too close to the Tractor gas tank etc., It's actually farther away from the cooking area than it looks and besides, I'm a big boy, I don't need to be schooled about how to cook safely, I went through all that on another site and before it was over it turned ugly as people started arguing over spontaneous combustion of space aliens and Area 51)

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    1988 JD 322, Rear 2000rpm PTO,Cast weights,Chains,Loaded 26x12x12 Carlise Tru-Powers,V-61 front tires,Front wheel weights,Ruegg 3 point hitch,Brinley 10 inch plow,5 foot Rear Woodsman blade,Suitcase weights,3000lb winch,80 Patio cart,Modified #49 snowthrower,Harbert suspension seat,54"- 4 way blade,50" mower deck,Al-Z Loadlifter attachment, 1977 JD 212,39A snowthrower,Rear Intregal hitch,Cast weights,V-chains,42 blade,Sears cart,
    1979 JD 214,weights,V-chains,42 blade,15 gallon electric Sprayer

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    Wow awesome, that all looks so good. My wife's grandmother passed a couple years ago and had a lot of cast iron. We are still going through the house (obviously not in a hurry). We were going to ask if we could have a few pieces. We are headed up there in the near future…


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    Too cool Swampfox. Hard to beat a good seasoned spider.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Farmgirl needs to see this thread.

    I too love my cast iron cookware! And the thread caught my eye easily!

    I don't know why they think they can "improve" on things that can last for generations, and just get better, if properly cared for. I guess too many today, (if they CAN cook), want to throw it in the dishwasher. But I think cooking from scratch has become a dying art.
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    I have 2 skillets, a griddle and a bacon press.

    What type of oil does everyone use to season their cast iron?
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