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Simple meals, low sodium, one skillet

What are some tasty low sodium meals I can make in a skillet? [more inside]
posted by graymouser on Nov 16, 2013 - 12 answers

LePockmarQuet: fatal kitchenware failure?

So I heated my trusty 24cm LeCreuset frying pan for pre-frying some eggplant today, and now there are some moon-like craters on it... [more inside]
posted by Namlit on Oct 31, 2013 - 12 answers

Prepare-ahead vegan recipes for an electric skillet?

What are some tasty vegan recipes that can be prepared mostly ahead of time and heated (or reheated in an electric skillet? [more inside]
posted by Dr-Baa on May 12, 2013 - 7 answers

How do I make sure that my refurbished cast-iron skillet has no oven cleaner residue?

How do I make sure that my refurbished cast-iron skillet has no oven cleaner residue? [more inside]
posted by archagon on Nov 12, 2012 - 10 answers

Cookware for Dummies.

I've ruined my All-Clad non-stick frying pans. Help me find some new ones that I can't hurt. [more inside]
posted by Leezie on Mar 21, 2012 - 29 answers

Can you make a warped cast-iron skillet perfectly flat again?

Speaking of cast-iron skillets, I have two, and they worked brilliantly on a gas stove. But now that I have a flat-topped glass stove, they work less well because they're not perfectly flat. One is a bit convexly rounded on the outside, so some of it gets hotter than the rest; the other is concave on the outer bottom and sort of mounded on the inner bottom, so that oil pools around the edges, around the mound, if you can picture that. Both pans work great for baking stuff like cornbread, but not so good for steaks or such. So I've got two pans I love but now understand why I could buy them cheap at thrift shops. Question: Is there any way to make the bottoms of these pans perfectly flat again so they'll cook well?
posted by fivesavagepalms on Oct 20, 2011 - 8 answers

Help me identify my new cast iron skillet!

I just picked up a cast iron skillet from a thrift store and need help identifying the manufacturer/year, if possible. [more inside]
posted by punch_the_mayor on Oct 20, 2011 - 4 answers

foolproof skillet pizza recipe

recipe filter: anyone have a foolproof skillet pizza recipe? [more inside]
posted by mirileh on Feb 9, 2011 - 12 answers

Did I burn out this cast-iron skillet?

Left my stove burner on LOW for more than 24 hours; my roommate's cast-iron skillet was on it. Explosion narrowly averted, but the cast-iron skillet now powerfully smells metallic when it's heated. [more inside]
posted by greggish on Dec 3, 2010 - 10 answers

Black is beautiful

I'm re-seasoning my workhorse Lodge 12" cast-iron skillet. I've seasoned pans before to pretty good results, but I want perfection. What kind of oil/fat is going to give me the hardest, strongest, blackest finish, and what temperature is going to get me there?
posted by wabbittwax on Dec 2, 2010 - 25 answers

What is this song about skillets and heartbreak?

"I know that you're a rounder, but are you a skillet stealing man?" I remember those lyrics and the blues-y female voice of the song; do you know what it is? [more inside]
posted by verbyournouns on Feb 3, 2010 - 3 answers

How to save our skillets

Our cast iron skillets caught fire. Can they ever be used again? [more inside]
posted by specialagentwebb on Aug 22, 2009 - 20 answers

For me and my grill

Convince me to keep my cast-iron grill pan. [more inside]
posted by doift on Nov 13, 2008 - 20 answers

what should I cook in my cast iron pan?

What should I cook with my cast iron skillet? [more inside]
posted by peep on May 1, 2008 - 39 answers

Chicken breasts and cast iron skillet methods?

Best way to grill/roast chicken in a healthy way on a cast iron skillet? [more inside]
posted by keswick on Jan 7, 2007 - 21 answers

Cooking the iron skillet

I decided to store my cast iron skillet inside the oven, even when I am using the oven. I figure it's acting like a heat stone, keeping the oven temp stable. Is this bad for the skillet?
posted by jclovebrew on Jan 4, 2006 - 13 answers

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