Have you ever wondered how to season a cast iron skillet? Or how to clean it between uses? Maybe you’ve just been given an old pan, or you’re thinking about buying a cast iron skillet. Learn how easy it is to season your skillet and keep it in great shape.
Cast iron skillets are great for cooking most things. But there are foods you should avoid cooking in them, or rarely cook in them, or only cook under certain conditions.
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Cast iron skillets have far more benefits than downsides. They’re tough enough to last for decades. Cast iron keeps even heat, making these skillets great for searing meat. And they’re naturally non-stick.
Hamburgers are usually about the ingredients you add to your meat patty and bun. But if you usually just make your burger patties out of ground beef and maybe some seasoning, you’re missing out on a lot of fun.
People tend to either love or hate eggplant, and often the hate comes from never having tasted it correctly prepared. It’s a very healthy, filling veggie you can even use as a substitute for meats.
Even though some frozen dinners are less unhealthy than others, they’re still pricey. You pay for that convenience. There’s a better option: make your own make ahead freezer meals.
You don’t need an expensive machine and pricey single-use cups to make one great cup of coffee at a time. There’s a cheaper, better way to do it.