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I've never used leather handle covers, but I have used the fabric and silicone ones. I will say that I am not a fan of the silicone ones. For the 'helper' handle on larger pans, they're the only thing that you can get, and so for that, I'd say they're okay. But for the main handle? They're too slippery. If you try to hold a larger pan so that the pan is ...


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For what it's worth, this particular grill pan is commonly used to cook "Genghis Khan" (lamb barbeque), a soul food popular in Hokkaido, Japan. Genghis Khan consists of slices of lamb with an assortment of vegetables, typically bean sprouts, green peppers, and onions. The thickness of the lamb can vary wildly, with some restaurants or supermarkets ...


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What you have appears to be a vintage or possibly antique cast iron grill pan. The pan would be used on the stovetop and could be used for steaks, chops, burgers, bacon, certain vegetables, etc. The ridges can provide grill marks, and the channels allow grease to drain away. The shape allows the grease to drain to the outside channel where the pour spout ...


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I would go with silicone or leather. I used fabric mitts before and the one I used became brittle with the heat. If you can "obtain" a silicone sleeve for the handle, that would save you the effort of putting on mitts every time you need to handle it. Test the silicone before you purchase it by putting a fire to it. If it burns, it's not real pure silicone. ...


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Hunta virus is rampant here. Several Native Americans die here every year. I have found alcohol scrub and fire, not oven,kill this virus. Then reseason over extrme heat.


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