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8" Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet

MODEL #: SK8
$13.50

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  • Cast Iron Chinese...

    If you are like me and find yourself wanting really good Chinese food, yet lacking a wok (and maybe a take out menu), never fear! Just grab your trusty cast iron skillet or dutch oven. I can’t lie, it doesn’t work exactly like a wok, but it is a better-than-average substitute.

    This recipe is fun and by using jarred black bean sauce, pretty easy. I will say to get everything ready before you start cooking. It helps during the quick cooking Chinese food usually requires. I think the French call it “mise en place” and through trial and error I have found this to be a MUST.

  • Corned Beef Retro Style

    I have a confession to make, last time I tried corned beef, I could have bounced it like a basketball. And we had company. And we ate green milkshakes at McDonalds with our Big Macs. So, this year for St. Patty’s Day, I decided I would skip the “traditional” green eggs in ham for a more Irish-y meal. I checked out my 1940′s cookbook and sure enough, I found a recipe for corned beef. It is interesting, in that the recipe is not too exact. Almost like one from your grandma.

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