scouts-l Mail Archive for June of 2000: Re: Seasoning Cast Iron, Now I've seen it all
Bob Knudson (rgknudson@HOME.COM
Fri Jun 09 2000 - 09:34:56 CDT
Thanks for the note. I've been looking for an excuse to buy a Viking range.
Since it will be used to support scouting (Just like the rest of my
house....), it may even be tax deductible!
Did Martha provide any longer seasoning time adjustments needed for higher
altitudes? I live at a 6,000 foot elevation and I want to make sure that my
dutch ovens are seasoned completely...
Bob Knudson, District Commissioner
Gateway District, Denver Area Council BSA
Our Vision: "A Cohesive Community Living the Ideals of Scouting"
> From: Chris Summers <ChrisinHouston@AOL.COM>
> Reply-To: ChrisinHouston@AOL.COM
> Date: Fri, 9 Jun 2000 10:15:15 EDT
> To: SCOUTS-L@LISTSERV.TCU.EDU
> Subject: Seasoning Cast Iron, Now I've seen it all
> Periodially the old "how do I season cast iron cookware" thread comes up and
> there are lot's of answers by experienced Dutch Oven cooks on this list.
> Well ask no more. Because this morning Martha Stuart showed me and the rest
> of the world how on TV. Well, I've got a several dutch ovens and I've got
> my shortening ready. All I need is the $3800 professional Viking range to
> put the oiled pan in for an hour or so. Gee, I never knew cast iron was so
> costly to use.
> Chris in Houston