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The Lounge>Cast Iron Skillets. You dig them?
Fritz88 12:54 PM 11-08-2011


What's the best way to cook a burger at home, on a gas stove?

I heard that Cast Iron Skillets are the way to go.

Would you agree? Have you tried burgers on them?
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frozenchief 06:44 PM 08-22-2019
I haven't heard of Smithey but I know Finex:

https://finexusa.com/

Have a friend who swears by hers. I might have to grab one and try it out. God knows, though, the last thing i need is another pan


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GloryDayz 08:52 PM 08-22-2019
Originally Posted by frozenchief:
I haven't heard of Smithey but I know Finex:

https://finexusa.com/

Have a friend who swears by hers. I might have to grab one and try it out. God knows, though, the last thing i need is another pan

JFC, that's a work of art man! :-)
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frozenchief 10:12 PM 08-22-2019
Originally Posted by GloryDayz:
JFC, that's a work of art man! :-)
I put in a code to embed a picture but it won’t do it. And they are a work of art.
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scho63 03:38 AM 08-23-2019
A deep heavy cast iron skillet is great for frying items as it holds temp great and brings the oil back up quickly after each batch.

I made the greatest steak fries ever in my 20's using Crisco and Ore Ida steak fries. Never had better fries anywhere since.
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rabblerouser 09:02 AM 08-23-2019
Originally Posted by scho63:
A deep heavy cast iron skillet is great for frying items as it holds temp great and brings the oil back up quickly after each batch.

I made the greatest steak fries ever in my 20's using Crisco and Ore Ida steak fries. Never had better fries anywhere since.
Nice! May need to go get some Crisco...

I recently moved into an apartment in town, and my smoker is at my buddy's out in Monitau, so I bought some new pots and pans, along with a brand new cast iron skillet.

Last night, I was craving a steak, so I went to Lucky's, grabbed something that looked good and tasty...and then I did this :


Originally Posted by Saul Good:
I bought one a couple weeks ago. They are amazing for cooking a strip. Put in in the oven and preheat the oven to 500 degrees. When it's done, turn on a burner to high. Put the skillet on the burner and put the steak on for 30 seconds then flip and cook the other side for 30 seconds. Put it back in the oven for 3 minutes, flip, and 3 more minutes. Perfect steak.

Don't use soap when you clean it, though. Scrub it under hot water, dry it, and rub a little olive or vegetable oil on it before putting it away.
It may have been the best steak I've ever eaten.
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