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Big Frank

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Re: Meat and Taters!
« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2011, 03:49:05 PM »
I never thought about how it works when you season it but that sounds plausible to me. I just know that it's almost non-stick and I rarely have to scrub it. When I do I use a scotch-brite type of scrubber, rinse with hot water, and dry with a paper towel. I used to put it on a burner for a few minutes to dry but I found it wasn't neccesary. Now after talking about it I want to fry something. Maybe some grilled cheese to use up some bread I have.
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Re: Meat and Taters!
« Reply #11 on: September 18, 2011, 09:02:27 AM »
Don't forget to season your cast iron grill grates on your outdoor grills as well.  If they're not the enameled type, they need to be washed and dried and seasoned just like any cast iron cookware.  I forget this step on my Weber grill and had to clean them again and re-season.  Luckily, it's cast iron and it's recovered nicely!

 

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