Cooking


#1

Looking to upgrade our electric fry pan… anyone got a Flavourstone/ Stonedine frypan? If so, are they any good?


#2

I did a quick search of on-line reviews and it seems neither of those two brands live up to their claims or get very high reviews. Sorry.


#3

Cast iron.


#4

Really, megz? Why?


#5

Bessemer.


#6

Whatever you get, silly billy, make sure no one washes it with a scouring pad. Use a cloth and dishwashing liquid only. And hot water of course.


#7

i find that no matter what i get, my wife farks it up.

 

the shop attendant had the best advice...just replace it every now and then.

 

wife didnt see the funny side of it.


#8

i find that no matter what i get, my wife farks it up.

 

the shop attendant had the best advice...just replace it every now and then.

 

wife didnt see the funny side of it.

Did the shop attendant really say replace your wife every now and then? No wonder she didn't laugh.


#9

 

i find that no matter what i get, my wife farks it up.

 

the shop attendant had the best advice...just replace it every now and then.

 

wife didnt see the funny side of it.

Did the shop attendant really say replace your wife every now and then? No wonder she didn't laugh.

 

no.

 

but i went along with it as if she meant my wife, and the wife picked up on it straight away.

 

eye roll

crossed arms

sigh

 

obvioulsy only one of us found it hilarious


#10

Really, megz? Why?


Cheap. Even heat. Can go stovetop to oven. Non stick. Only need salt and oil to clean it.

#11

Do not let incompetents clean it though. 


#12

Cast iron.


#13

Do not let incompetents clean it though.


Or "get a new one every now and then..."

#14

Kmart brand fry pans with Teflon coating. Chuck them in the dishwasher to clean and replace every 9-12 months.


#15

 

Do not let incompetents clean it though.


Or "get a new one every now and then..."

 

well considering cast iron can last 100+ years, seems a waste don't you think?


#16


Do not let incompetents clean it though.

Or "get a new one every now and then..."
well considering cast iron can last 100+ years, seems a waste don't you think?

Replacing the incompetence every so often.

#17

 

 

 

Do not let incompetents clean it though.

Or "get a new one every now and then..."
well considering cast iron can last 100+ years, seems a waste don't you think?

Replacing the incompetence every so often.

 

thats expensive yo, ask baccus fox


#18


Do not let incompetents clean it though.

Or "get a new one every now and then..."
well considering cast iron can last 100+ years, seems a waste don't you think?
Replacing the incompetence every so often.
thats expensive yo, ask baccus fox
You gotta get rid of them before they get too clingy then.
Non stick

#19

Really, megz? Why?

Cheap. Even heat. Can go stovetop to oven. Non stick. Only need salt and oil to clean it.
Clout.

#20

Slightly off topic but if you're looking for pots then I'd look around at the op shops for pressure cookers. They are usually built to a very high standard because of the danger of them exploding. Pressure cooking is out of fashion, and they take up a lot of cupboard space, so they tend to be fairly easy to come across. So you'll pay loose change for a big pot that'll last forever.