By family heirloom gone - / Saturday 17 November 2018 12:00 /
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By  Amy78_fml  |  9

It is always possible that your family has lied to you and it is not the same skillet. At any rate I'm glad my husband doesn't really touch my cooking things.

In all honesty I'm very fond of my cast iron skillet even though it is this generation old. In my eyes it is valuable and not something to be tossed out. I hope it wasn't too late and you were able to save it from the trash.

By  Angélique Chantal  |  21

That “man” clearly has no respect for you, your family, your ancestors, your family history, and so on.

I could understand him asking not to cook with it because of the rust but throwing an heirloom away is just not done!


Apparently you have never had to find a GOOD cooking pan. Dishes are not expensive, cookware is very expensive and quality ones are a bitch to find. A nice set of pots and pans is over $2,000. Cast iron pans can be $50+ per pan.
I asked for a couple cast iron pans for xmas.

  skippy474  |  0

the thing about cast Irons is the older and more used they are, the better the food cooked on em tastes. cast irons are seasoned by every dish you cook in them. that's why having a centuries old skillet os huge