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    Robin got me hooked on cold handled pans so I'm always on the lookout for one. I have a 7" that I like and I found this 10" one at an antique store in Iowa over the weekend. Couldn't resist at the price.
    Not all who are lost wish to be found..............

    #2
    Can't see the pics, and can't resist the pans.

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      #3
      Being a retired guy with chickens, breakfast is a big deal for me. I use a cold handle every morning, and wouldn't leave home without it. Good find.

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        #4
        Originally posted by BWCA66 View Post





        Robin got me hooked on cold handled pans so I'm always on the lookout for one. I have a 7" that I like and I found this 10" one at an antique store in Iowa over the weekend. Couldn't resist at the price.
        That's Why I can't find any !!! Ha ! You will probably put it to better use than me anyway!

        Jim
        Keep your paddle wet, and your seat dry !

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          #5
          Pics aren't available .....

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            #6
            Nice score. I keep looking wherever I go, but have come up empty handed so far. Did find one knock-off, rusty and more closely resembled a wok than a fry pan.
            Even though I can't see the pics I trust your words. So tell me, is there any seasoning necessary for one of those, like there is for cast iron pans?

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              #7
              Hello my name is Kevin and I'm a 'Cold Hand Pan Addict.'

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              The one on the far right is a "Never Break" light weight Cast Iron pan.
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                #8
                Hiya Kev. I could help you with your problem. Not sure what the shipping would cost though.

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                  #9
                  I had to post a pic of this dandy pan I picked up in Alberta a few years back, cast aluminum with removable handle for easy packing. 15" Diameter. Handle never gets hot.

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by sweeper View Post
                    Hello my name is Kevin and I'm a 'Cold Hand Pan Addict.'

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                    The one on the far right is a "Never Break" light weight Cast Iron pan.
                    Hey Sweeper, a big one with its lid would be really awesome!!

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                      #11
                      It's a 14", I picked up all the lids at an estate sale for $5 along with the Never Break Pan.

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                        #12
                        Hey Odyssey..........
                        I use Flax Seed Oil to season Cast Iron, Cast Aluminum & Steel skillets. Here is a link as to how it is done, I do it outdoors.
                        ..........Birchy
                        The ultimate guide for learning how to season cast iron. We show you how to make a perfect, nonstick seasoned coating for your griddles, pans & cookware.
                        "All I had were a few flies tucked into the band of my hat and an a old beaten-up Heddon rod, that had been on many trips." Sigurd F. Olson

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                          #13
                          Thanks Birchy, never tried flaxseed oil. Looks like a thoroughly long process to season a pan that way, but we're bound and determined to try it. I once left a cast iron skillet on the bbq, and forgot to turn it off. Awful waste of propane, but the bbq and iron pan sure came out clean! Those are interesting handles in the open fire photo. Goose-necky. I bet they carry the weight with ease. Must be hard though to reach down to grab the handle without ...ooops...caught my hand on a rasher of bacon accidentlyonpurpose.

                          Hello Kevin; they say the first step of the 7 steps of Effective Problem Solving is to first identify the problem. Nice photo, but try as I might I can't identify any problem there. Maybe I need help too? Really nice collection. Didn't realize there were so many different sizes.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Boreal Birch View Post
                            Hey Odyssey..........
                            I use Flax Seed Oil to season Cast Iron, Cast Aluminum & Steel skillets. Here is a link as to how it is done, I do it outdoors.
                            ..........Birchy
                            I do the same and use only cast iron in the house, none of the nonstick misery... I really rarely have problems with food sticking to it, including eggs and omelette!

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                              #15
                              I have never heard of these pans before. Found a 6" one that I should receive by the end of the week. Always look forward to new toys! Click image for larger version

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