We recently bought 2 cast iron frying pans very cheap, about 8UK pounds each. The idea was to throw away the non-stick ones whose coating can be hazardous. However we are not sure if these new pans are not pained over with some kind of black paint, like the black powder paint they used...
I'm curious. I just finished cleaning up the kitchen after two days of being stuck at the computer. (earlier post) I was putting things away and I have run out of room in my bottom pan cabinet! I started looking and re-arranging and I noticed that I have pots and pans that are 30 years old...
any thoughts on how to clean my 'icky burnt on caked on need to be replaced but dont want to spend the money to do it' drip pans? i ran them thru the dishwasher and it didn't really help. the replacements are like $14 for my stove so im just going to try and clean them instead.
Wasn't quite sure where to post this but thought maybe you all could help me find a good deal. I have cast iron, I have stainless steel and I also have a few non stick pans. The problem is buying non stick pans that don't lose their coating. My recent casualty is a "Simply Calphalon" saucepan...
to make little pizzas for our families in the next week or two. The kids can put there own ingr. on what they want. I make the w.w. dough. Here's the link i found the idea on.
heres a pic of my pans from the dollar atore, not as big...
I found a silicone 24 cup muffin pan with a sled (holder)...for $19.99, but know nothing about these silicone baking products. Does anyone else have, use or know anythin about these?
Muffin tins don't seem to last long after burning something & they get difficult to clean. Maybe these are...
It turned out really good.. It was a chocolate cake filled with cool whip mixed with mini chco chips...I made it to look like a pumpkin...we took it to our small group last night and everyone enjoyed it very much.....The pans are very easy to use, and worth the price!!!
I don't know if this is in the right place, but I really would like to know how to "season" cast iron pots and pans. I have had a few over the years and they've all rusted and I threw them in the trash. :P
Is there a special method? Thanks! :)
I've been giving a great deal of thought to this as I anticipate my kitchen being put back together (hopefully) soon. My old system was fine, but I'm always on the lookout for a system which is more space/time efficient or nicer to look at.
So...how do YOU organize YOUR pots and pans?
DUSTPAN: cut out one side of an old cake pan with a copin saw. if you want a handle, drill two holes on the opposite side and bolt onto an old broomstick.
UTILITY TRAY: store nuts, bolts, nails, screws, and other work-shop materials in an old muffin tin.
SERVING TRAY: avoid spills-use a muffin...
and what type do you buy?
My baking pans just are HORRIBLE. I guess I keep buying the cheapies. I currently don't even own a 9x13. :eek:
Is it worth it to invest in more expensive baking pans or is everyone just really careful about caring for their pans?
Now I need recipes to use in them! :D
I had a $20 gc for Amazon.com to use up before 3/31 so I got these 2 pans, 10" deep skillet with lid, 8" open skillet. Got free shipping and only paid $9.98 for the two of them, they came in the mail today! :yippee:
I would love a tried and true recipe...
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I found this on the CatholicWomen.com website and thought you all might enjoy it~ a reminder that everything we do can be offered up!
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