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The way my grandmother de-gunked old cast iron skillets and other cookware was to build a fire in the yard out by the barn, stoke it up really hot, and toss the cookware in.

 

Came out clean as a whistle, but had to be re-seasoned of course.  I wonder if setting one in a kamado and cranking up the heat would work?

 

Tom

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1 hour ago, T_om said:

The way my grandmother de-gunked old cast iron skillets and other cookware was to build a fire in the yard out by the barn, stoke it up really hot, and toss the cookware in.

 

Came out clean as a whistle, but had to be re-seasoned of course.  I wonder if setting one in a kamado and cranking up the heat would work?

 

Tom

 

It will work but you risk warping the pan

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1 hour ago, Scott Roberts said:

@John Setzler is it possible to open an Cast Iron/Carbon Steel section since so many of use have and use both?  You finding that Griswold #3 is also another reason to open one for new finds like yours!

 

 

Scott

 

If that was going to happen I would suggest a baking and cooking, pans or dishes. It would include more which should get more posting in it. 

 

 

 

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