Scrubbing a Cast Iron Pan

One of the wonderful things about a cast iron pan is that it doesn’t go bad. It may sit, unused, accumulating rust for months. But all it needs is a good scrub with steel wool, a thick layer of crisco and 4 hours in a 200 degree oven and it’s ready for action again. Likewise, I’ve got the steel wool out, I’ve rolled up my sleeves, and I’ll be getting medium-rare steaks out of this blog in no time.

For those of you who are still chugging along on reading the Bible in one year, fear not. I know that June 29th is the 180th day of the year. The beauty of doing 90 day chunks in a 365 day year, is that I have a five day safety net to roll out the second half. Keep watching, days 181-270 will be here soon. Until then, tight lines!

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