…e pan, rub the surface with oil and bake it for one hour at 375 degrees. I wish I remembered what I did with my mother’s frying pan. If I made a gift of it, I wish I had given it with the ceremony and pomp it deserved. Perhaps then one of us would recollect where they’d last seen it. A seasoned cast iron skillet will last a lifetime, and heat and use will wear the surface smooth and …
I have two that I use regularly, sometimes every day. They’re only about 15 years old, though, and neither yet has that mirror finish that makes a cast iron skillet such a joy.
One day, I hope to pass them on.