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Old 12-06-2017, 07:55 AM   #1
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Eggs and sausage cooked in a 1920-30’s cast iron. Steel cut oats cooked in instant pot and served like grits. If cooking can be fun, this covered a few generations.
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Old 12-06-2017, 08:41 AM   #2
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This egg is why we have Teflon,green,copper,silicone, et al today.
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Old 12-06-2017, 10:31 AM   #3
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Looks perfect to me.
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Amazing. Love the CI as usual
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Is that how you heat up the cast iron pan or was that to show the underside?

Eggs look great to me. I stopped using the Teflon coated stuff because their searing capabilities are subpar.

And sausage? I thought that was a chicken thigh...
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I hadn’t used it in a while so I rinsed it off with hot water and was drying it before adding bacon fat and sausage. It’s about as non stick as they get. Really a cool skillet to have around.
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Old 12-06-2017, 06:12 PM   #7
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I like that "compartmentalized" skillet.
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Is that how you heat up the cast iron pan or was that to show the underside?
That's how I do it to avoid scorching the bottom of the skillet. I never cook above medium heat on my gas stove with CI. No need really.
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I want breakfast at your house Adams.
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Sausage looks fantastic and I love square eggs too. Good taste in iron, I have the very same Wagner and a similar No.7 Griswold Tite-Top oven. In case you did not know, your No.6 Griswold oven is worth $300 - $400, but I'm betting you get more value out of it than that! Any No. 6 Griswold is generally worth more as they were uncommon. The single hole handle on the Bacon and Egg Skillet is also rare, most had a handle similar to the one in the photo. Nice pieces.
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:17 PM   #11
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Thank You. I bought the skillet off EBay for a song. One of those weird ending times/days. The Griswold belonged to The Bride’s Grandmother.

Nice pieces you have. Great Minds
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:28 PM   #12
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Nothing better than family iron & history, I have a few family pieces that I cherish. Great score, I gave up on Ebay for cast iron a couple years ago when the prices began to really escalate, maybe its time to look again. Thanks, I think...
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Looks great! I love CI cooking.
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Every so often the Brethren drag out their collections and take a photo. Pretty hilarious as most, without fail will forget a piece and not make it to the photo. I’m trying to scale back. Gave 3 skillet to my sister and have given a couple Griswolds to my son & DIL. I’ve canceled EBay account and focusing on wearing out aka enjoying the pieces I have.
Wagner Griswold Lodge a no name or two. All good. Enjoy them all. I don’t use my Lodge skillets much, but Ive a couple Lodge Loaf pans that are great outside on the Cookers.
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