I bought a new frying pan.

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  1. Bradd D

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    I just flip with a fork.
     
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    Don’t flip them when they are still wet. Wait till they dry out a bit and can slide back and forth.
     
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    Yep.
     
  4. Hannie Caulder

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    I don't know what kind of finish it is, but it's not anything like my old one and it doesn't scratch. And I use a metal spatula (which is how my old one eventually got the finish scraped off).



    After I take the ham out of the frying pan, I throw in a little butter and black coffee and slosh it around. Then I pour it on top of my grits. It's delish. (If I have guests for breakfast I pour it into a gravy boat so everybody can get some).



    Just me.



    I have Grandma's old cast iron skillet that Mommy gave me. It's hanging on the wall in my kitchen, and that's where it stays. I cook with modern kitchenware, just like I drive a Camaro and not a horse and buggy.



    Thank you sweetie, but sweaty Hannie after her beach run is not a pretty picture.



    LOL. This new one is so heavy it would put a dent in his head.
     
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    Not around these parts.

    No milk, flour and/or corn starch in red-eye. No coffee in brown gravy.
     
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    Wives learned to weaponize skillets long ago. Blood does not stick to the new line of frying pans.:kidding:

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    Be extremely careful when eating in Northern Cafes. Red Eye can be a low grade cement. And they Sub Grits with instant oat meal. :impatient:
     
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    I've had three Cuisinart non-stick skillets for a few years, and they still look/work fine. However, I seldom use them because I use cast iron (and occasionally carbon steel) most of the time. Definite difference in food quality/taste in the cast iron's favor.
     
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    I'm a wok guy myself. And since you asked, breakfast was ground venison with habanero and serrano peppers, garlic, dirty rice and beans.
     
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    Nothing to offer in this thread except damn that sounds good. Lol.
     
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    Exactly. Just black coffee and ham drippings.

    Accept no imitations.
     
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    And fond.
     
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    I like the T-fal pans. Have a couple.
     
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    I have quite a bit of All Clad. Top notch!
     
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    The coated skillets are made for a generation that can not fry. The art of frying was perfected over centuries in "Black Iron Skillets",.:flag:
     
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    And the coated pans are going down hill from the first use.
    And the cast iron just keeps on getting better...
     
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    And the coated pans are going down hill from the first use.
    And the cast iron just keeps on getting better...
     
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    Two for one!
    Yeah!!
     
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    Same way I would in any pan and I do them over easy.