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Old 01-21-2021, 06:50 PM   #16
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Lodge and Bayou Classic, I believe....

Lodge cornbread sticks are real common around here (near the factory). I prefer the skillet (and Three Rivers brand meal).
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Old 01-21-2021, 07:18 PM   #17
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I just put one in my eBay cart, got ready to pay and realized I don’t need a very cool square pan to fry eggs for sandwiches badly enough to pay what they were asking. I will keep an eye out for yard/estate/garage sales though - finding something like this for a song & restoring it will make it more valuable to me anyway.
I agree with you, many of my vintage CI was passed down from my Grandma, one griddle had to be from my Gr.Grandma because it had a bail instead of a handle, and pit marks from a wood burning stove. Garage sales are the best because the asking price might be $2.

On the other hand, some eBay items are in really great shape and they have already lasted one lifetime.... when you buy it, it now has another lifetime of service. I also use my egg skillet for slow roasting heads of garlic and melting small amounts of butter, toasting spices and little jobs like that. And you can scramble one egg in them too, like you get on a breakfast sandwich.
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Old 01-22-2021, 12:41 AM   #18
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I agree with you, many of my vintage CI was passed down from my Grandma, one griddle had to be from my Gr.Grandma because it had a bail instead of a handle, and pit marks from a wood burning stove. Garage sales are the best because the asking price might be $2.

On the other hand, some eBay items are in really great shape and they have already lasted one lifetime.... when you buy it, it now has another lifetime of service. I also use my egg skillet for slow roasting heads of garlic and melting small amounts of butter, toasting spices and little jobs like that. And you can scramble one egg in them too, like you get on a breakfast sandwich.
Two of my four CI skillets I found after someone left them on the recycle bin next to the dumpster at an apartment complex I lived in 15 years ago (of the other two, one I inherited from my mom 23 years ago and bought the other). A little work to remove some minor surface rust and clean them up, and I have pans I use almost every day that will outlive me - I intend to pass them on to my stepchildren (or their children) someday, my stepson always cooks on them when he visits.

I might buy one of the worse-condition little square jobbies off eBay and restore it if I can find one cheap enough that still has the markings on the bottom without too much material that needs removing. Will always be looking for gems at garage sales.


Edit note: I couldn’t leave well enough alone and did some more googling. I just ordered one of the Griswold egg pans online from a pawn shop. If the shop and the pics are legit, then I did a whole lot better than eBay.
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