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Old 10-22-2019, 09:07 AM
Roland B. Roland B. is offline
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Default Re: Cooking in an Early Erie Skillet

That's what I thought, but I needed confirmation from someone like you, experienced and willing to share that experience. My biggest fear came at the moment I noticed the change, because I wasn't sure that the skillet wouldn't continue it's odd behavior and launch into orbit, or worse, whether or not the sudden change was permanent. I'd read somewhere thaat one of the initial problems Erie customers complained about, was cracking. But nowhere is the potential for warping, even temporary (to the best of my limited knowledge), mentioned. One for the books! During seasoning, I noticed that the skillet did not change that much at all, but I've yet to test it as you suggested above, prior to cooking. Thank you, Doug
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