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  1. #476
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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    For years my parents used and collected a shit load of Le Creuset. But it’s been collecting dust for the past few years so they gave most of it away today. This is what they gave me and it was about a quarter of what they had. No clue what I will possibly do with it all. There’s a few pieces I’ll probably use a lot, but I have a feeling most of the little decorative pieces will just gather dust in my cupboard now. I tried to limit what we took, but my wife vetoed me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    For years my parents used and collected a shit load of Le Creuset. But itís been collecting dust for the past few years so they gave most of it away today. This is what they gave me and it was about a quarter of what they had. No clue what I will possibly do with it all. Thereís a few pieces Iíll probably use a lot, but I have a feeling most of the little decorative pieces will just gather dust in my cupboard now. I tried to limit what we took, but my wife vetoed me.

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    Very nice quiver. We have a few pieces all of which get regular use. Not big on decorative pieces myself, but there is a lot of excellent pieces in there.

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    What the heck did they do with it all? If that's a quarter of it they had an absolute ton of it.

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    Very nice collection AR!

    A few of mine.


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    watch out for snakes

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    That's amazing. If you want to get rid of one of the big braising pots let me know. Lost mine in the divorce.


    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    For years my parents used and collected a shit load of Le Creuset. But itís been collecting dust for the past few years so they gave most of it away today. This is what they gave me and it was about a quarter of what they had. No clue what I will possibly do with it all. Thereís a few pieces Iíll probably use a lot, but I have a feeling most of the little decorative pieces will just gather dust in my cupboard now. I tried to limit what we took, but my wife vetoed me.

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    If I lived in WA, Oft would be my realtor. Seriously.

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    Cast Iron Skillet

    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    What the heck did they do with it all? If that's a quarter of it they had an absolute ton of it.
    A metric shit ton I think is the actual measurement.

    They liked to cook with it, but mainly it was just something my mom liked to collect. Looks like SBís got the same love.

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    Those mini tagines in the back are way cool. Got a big one for my mom a while ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by alias_rice View Post
    A metric shit tonne I think is the actual measurement.

    FIFY

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    I found a nice looking cast iron in the fire lookout we were refurbing & cleaning out, unfortunately there was a hairline crack which didit show til it got heated up
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Those mini tagines in the back are way cool. Got a big one for my mom a while ago
    I got a big one earlier this year (inspired by 2018 trip to Morocco for Ann's 50th). It's awesome. Whole cut up chicken tagine is now a regular menu item at our place. Did lamb steaks Wednesday night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GiBo View Post
    All you ever wanted to know about the Wanger logo.
    https://www.castironcollector.com/wagnertm.php
    Most want to read about the Wagner logo... not the Wanger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RShea View Post
    Most want to read about the Wagner logo... not the Wanger.
    Speak for yourself.

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    Cast Iron Skillet

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    My MiL just gave me a cast iron she bought in 1978 at Little America on I80 as they moved from NYC to SLC in their VW van.
    This thing rules. As does she.


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    nioce
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    Got me one of them orgamanizlners

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    I likes it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SB View Post
    Got me one of them orgamanizlners

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    I likes it.
    did you have to reinforce the floor joists under that corner of your kitchen?

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    How can anyone possibly need more than 2 of any one size?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    How can anyone possibly need more than 2 of any one size?
    they're really lazy at cleaning them?

    we have 4 pans, 3 10" and one 12". My wife likes cooking burgers, a lot. Sometimes all 4 are dirty with burger detritus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    How can anyone possibly need more than 2 of any one size?
    “Need”? Some people are just collectors. Like skis.
    And I guess that I just don't know

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    I miss mine. Doc said I had to give my beloved 12" frypan due to elevated iron levels.

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    Yeah that's what they told me too, but it turned out I had Hemochromotosis, which eventually almost killed me. Keep getting your iron checked and if it keeps going up (particularly, if your Ferritin level does), follow up on it. Very treatable condition but you have to know you have it first.

    Are you the same person as the original Yardsale?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RootSkier View Post
    How can anyone possibly need more than 2 of any one size?
    yer a single geriatric drunk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunfree View Post
    yer a single geriatric drunk?
    NTTAWWT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Yeah that's what they told me too, but it turned out I had Hemochromotosis, which eventually almost killed me. Keep getting your iron checked and if it keeps going up (particularly, if your Ferritin level does), follow up on it. Very treatable condition but you have to know you have it first.
    Thx for posting that. Not to be nosey but what did your the treatment involve? Drugs or diet?

    I see on the link you posted that draining blood is #1 way to treat it?
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    Damn, TGR continues to deliver. I clicked on this thread totally at random, only to discover that my favorite cast iron pan was really a collectable Sidney cast iron pan from pre-1959. Pretty cool.

    Semi-related; are any of you fans of high carbon steel pans (a la Mauvel 1830)? Very similar heat distribution to cast iron but perhaps better non-stick qualities.

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