Iron Age Cookware In The Modern World

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So after the snow, how about some heat!  This is a picture I took of the fire in my wood burner – hope it makes you feel cosy – smile.
I’m re-blogging this post because 1) its about fire, 2) its so rude about people who have never used cast iron pots that its funny, and 3) because I never knew that you could put coals on top of Dutch Ovens

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Disclaimer: I am not responsible for the safety, happiness or welfare of ignorant or stupid people, millennials , snowflakes or buttercups.
Weak whinny snowflakes and buttercups should avoid Iron Age cookware. Being unprepared for life in the ‘real’ world , they maybe baffled on how to use cookware not plugged in to a wall socket or controlled by their smartphone.
Iron Cookware handles get hot during use people that don’t understand how that works should restrict there cooking activities to restaurant takeout orders.

Iron Age cookware, Cast Iron is every bit as good as those 300 or 400 dollar skillets and dutch ovens being pushed upon unsuspecting often uneducated consumers.

Cast Iron is the original non-stick cookware and still out performs almost any cookware in the market place. It’s weight lends it’s self to cook food evenly, No Hot Spots. Cast iron is oven safe and will standup to…

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About julz

weaver, knitter, photographer, with lots of experience of all kinds of crafts. I sell craft supplies and specialise in spinning, weaving, felting and fibres and yarns - the links to the sites I sell on are below.

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