Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Why has my wife never grasped the concept of non-stick cookware? She sprays it with that non-stick cooking spray (which makes food stick to the non-stick cookware) and then puts it into the sink to soak so that the "stuck" food won't stick to the non-stick cookware.
Keeping with the above; I've also adopted a few of the older kitchen technologies that we'd given up in mom's day (presumably for the sake of speed, convenience and what had been considered "progress") such as the use of cheesecloth & parchment paper. The results have been phenomenal! What the hell was "Mom" thinking???
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I generally find the old ways to be the best ways...I use cast iron and when I am lucky I can find used cast iron pans at yard sales for cheap, people who have bought teflon and are getting rid of their cast iron...some of them have to be seasoned again but a couple spoons of real lard takes care of that problem. I find that even the new teflon stuff flakes off the pan and I dont trust what the future results will be.
The worst that can happen with cast iron is that I might get a little extra iron in my diet..which is not a bad thing...that and if I drop a cast iron frying pan I could get a broken toe!
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