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Find yourself an antique/vintage Griswold ...
Amen to that! I have a 10" Griswold that I got out of a junk pile! The difference in the finish between a Griswold and current manufacture CI (i.e. Lodge) is amazing!

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atlaw. As you have a quote at the bottom of your post flounder had one that she removed. Liberals due it all the time here to make others reply’s meaningless. I guess you could call it catch and release in this case... Usually it is there post this time her quote...
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Since these liberal trolls are here to cause disruption and anger I’m sure this tactic is very amusing to them...
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Amen to that! I have a 10" Griswold that I got out of a junk pile! The difference in the finish between a Griswold and current manufacture CI (i.e. Lodge) is amazing!
Like winning the lottery without buying a ticket
My dad has taken emery cloth to the inside of skillets to create a poor man's Griswold.
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Remember cast aluminum pans?
Magna Lite GHC cast aluminum cookware
Wagnarware, predecessor to Magna Lite was heads-up competition to club aluminum fifty some years ago.
My grandparents had Wagnarware and Ma had Club.
I still use the Club turkey roaster but I had to make a new wooden handle for it.

It was/is great heavy duty cook ware if you know how to use it.

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Do you remember the all glass fry pans? Vision, I just took one to goodwill.


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Do you remember the all glass fry pans? Vision, I just took one to goodwill.
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I remember it coming out but had to look it up.
It is made by the same people that do Corning Ware.
How well did it work?
For some things that have to be cooked then baked, it looks like a good idea.

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I used to go to household auctions 20-25 years ago,where you could buy a whole box of cast iron pans for $5,no one wanted them. They had to have the new fang dangled stuff. Got a Gothem pan a couple years ago,what a joke they are,should just hang it on a fence and use it for target practice
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[QUOTE=Bob Riebe;2055864254]I remember it coming out but had to look it up.
It is made by the same people that do Corning Ware.
How well did it work?
For some things that have to be cooked then baked, it like looks like a idea.[/QUOTE,


Truth is I don't remember how it worked, must be not too good because I gave it to Goodwill. It was neat looking, kind of like wonder woman's airplane. It was all glass.

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I used to go to household auctions 20-25 years ago,where you could buy a whole box of cast iron pans for $5,no one wanted them. They had to have the new fang dangled stuff. Got a Gothem pan a couple years ago,what a joke they are,should just hang it on a fence and use it for target practice
Go to antique shops or thrift stores, they often have a good selection but some nowadays are aware of their current value while most are a bargain.

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