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    When my grannie lost her had strength to hold the cast iron, she bought some cast aluminum. I have a couple of pieces.

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    Roy, that is a very cool piece.
    I remember my mother had a full set of aluminium cookware.
    Absolutely brilliant, conducted heat better than anything else available.
    I had some too, but after hearing aluminium was linked to some health problems, alzheimer's being one..
    Forget the other, ask me in the morning..
    Anyway, all of mine have been relegated to display only, or scrap.
    At least that is worthy of display given the history.
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    My parents had a huge set of aluminum cookware.
    Looked just like Roy's. I do not remember the name.
    I got most of it but, let it go over time.
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    Shannon and I took apart three separate recipes but came up with a fully from scratch Pecan Pie

    Even toasted the Pecans with butter & salt before they went in.
    I am not a huge fan of Pecan Pie in general but this one it pretty darn good it’s not “too” sweet
    Simple Butter Crust in the Enameled Cast Iron pie pan
    Going to have to put the overall recipe we used into the Family Cookbook at some time











    Remi helped by finding a paper towel we dropped, she even shredded it for the trash 😜

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    Quote Originally Posted by gssixgun View Post
    Shannon and I took apart three separate recipes but came up with a fully from scratch Pecan Pie

    Even toasted the Pecans with butter & salt before they went in.
    I am not a huge fan of Pecan Pie in general but this one it pretty darn good it’s not “too” sweet
    Simple Butter Crust in the Enameled Cast Iron pie pan
    Going to have to put the overall recipe we used into the Family Cookbook at some time











    Remi helped by finding a paper towel we dropped, she even shredded it for the trash 😜

    Send me your address Glen and I'll try your pecan pie.

    I'm an expert at eatin stuff
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    New Cast Iron delivered today

    This is the second Combo style I have bought this year

    The best news however is that Shan wanted it, she is finally seeing the advantages of the "Iron" LOL

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    Haven’t seen one like that before. I’ll be waiting for a usage report (and pictures).
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    Little to chilly to Q outside tonight so pulled out the cast iron.
    Some sweet spicy cornbread made with maple syrup infused with jalapeño peppers to accompany some steaks cooked in browned butter and rosemary.
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    Was damn tasty served with a Waldorf salad.
    Nice blend of heat and sweet though out the plate.

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