A good cast iron skillet is one of the most important tools in a kitchen, if you ask me. They are versatile, beautiful, and just plain cook food better than your average stainless steel pan (due to uniform heat retention). And in the South, cast iron is passed from generation to generation. From grandmothers to granddaughters. From campfire to kitchen and back to campfires again. They are treasured family heirlooms.
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