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35cm frying pan

Post by oneday on Thu 30 Jul 2015, 7:11 pm

trying to find a decent frying pan in Ktown is near impossible so the only decent steel one I found was a paella pan--so long as I can cook a decent breakfast then bobs me uncle.

all the frying pans I looked at were all Ali and I didn't want Ali so found something I hope will do the job. The small handles don't bother me coz when I'm ready to take it off the fire place, I'll get someone else to do that.

The mongrels in the bush will smell my cooking which I hate doing, for miles.

U still have to season this thing and give it a good wipe out when new so I will leave that to the Mrs to sort out hopefully.

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Post by nightjar on Thu 30 Jul 2015, 8:21 pm

The greatest fry pan/wok we used for years until it got stolen was an old fire bell.
It was about 500mm dia, sand blasted it, welded three legs and a couple of handles.
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