Sunday, January 13, 2013
Cast Iron Beats Teflon By 80 Years, At Least
Now the reason you have to be an only child to ensure that you get that Well-Seasoned Cast Iron Skillet, is that for some odd reason people started collecting them. Yes, some people bought more of them than they would ever use. They got prohibitively expensive. No more picking up one for a couple bucks at that estate sale, since that was really the only time anyone got rid of them - when they died or found a place where they never had to cook again. Which I'm not sure I'd like - the not cooking part, just to clarify.