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Thread: Iron Skillet Question

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    My iron skillet is black and smooth. It's well seasoned. I make sure there is no food left in it - I don't really wash it, I wipe it out with a paper towel and scrape any food stuck in it with a plastic scraper I got from Pampered Chef.
    Debbie in Kentucky
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    I just remembered something from my childhood. My father let me go down to the basement and watch as he put our cast iron frying pan into the furnace when it was burning brightly. The heat burned off all the grease and any burnt-on stuff. I don't remember if Mom ever washed it, but mostly we just wiped it out with newspaper or something like that.
    Mavita - Square dancer and One Room School Teacher

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