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    I know why Spinaker isn't married.

    I have two Smithey pans I use daily, a No. 12 pan and its matching lid/griddle. The other day I prepare to cook an egg on the griddle and the seasoning is gone. I cook the egg and it sticks. So I calmly ask my wife, "Did you cook something on this?" She says she cooked some chicken on it. Nothing like re-seasoning a CI pan with triple digit temps outside.

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    Oh you better hope Betty Rubble doesn’t find this thread……

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      #3
      Watching......

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        #4
        I don’t use cast iron a lot, but my wife won’t use what I do have cause it’s too heavy. When the seasoning is hosed I have to blame the idiot she married.

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          #5
          I can only say 😂😂😂😂😂

          Oh and that’s why he’s a happy man and still sane.
          I think. 😁

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          • ComfortablyNumb
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            Another reason Spinaker isn't married, wives think AR is an insane waste of time.

          • Steve B
            Steve B commented
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            You got that right ComfortablyNumb Mine calls it nonsense.

          • Craigar
            Craigar commented
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            I have no sane relatives.

          #6
          My wife hates CI, so she doesn't use it... which is great because she's OCD with cleaning, mine would all be bare metal

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          • jfmorris
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            I have a son in law who ruined his great grandmother's cast iron by steel wooling it to death and THEN running it through the dishwasher. My daughter brought me two old 10" skillets. One I was able to restore and re-season. The other is a ruined mess.

          • JGo37
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            You guys DON'T polish your CI?

          • ComfortablyNumb
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            jfmorris My dentist's assistant told me her husband did the same thing to her mother's CI, while mum was still alive. Miracle I suppose he isn't dead.

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          Hahaha, for sure one of the top 5 reasons!

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            #8
            Mrs. H uses the square Lodge for her corn bread. I have no problem re seasoning after because cast iron leaves a serous dent in the head.

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              #9
              Originally posted by ComfortablyNumb View Post
              I have two Smithey pans I use daily, a No. 12 pan and its matching lid/griddle. The other day I prepare to cook an egg on the griddle and the seasoning is gone. I cook the egg and it sticks. So I calmly ask my wife, "Did you cook something on this?" She says she cooked some chicken on it. Nothing like re-seasoning a CI pan with triple digit temps outside.
              So.... did she like wash it in hot soapy water and then hit it with some steel wool to add insult to injury? Even my wife knows enough about my Lodge cast iron to know that I don't use soap on it, and I have a special brush and scraper to use on them...

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              • ComfortablyNumb
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                She didn't do that, and she knows not to use soap and water. Not sure what she did. I noticed the tan (wasn't black yet) seasoning was gone, and when I cooked the egg it was sticking.

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              Thankfully my wife does not cook, so these are of minimal happenings in our house. However, I’d have to remember to go back and thank my wife for that meal she made me. If I’m going to remember who didn’t put them away, I suppose I can balance my anger a bit by being grateful for the meal it served. Then a nudge of hey, so… thank you, next time, and I hope there is, as that was good, could you let me know when your done so I can take care of it, so it continues to take care of us… the subtle sale.. 😂

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                #11
                So YOU'RE the guy that shares the kitchen with your wife...

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                • ComfortablyNumb
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                  Actually we have two kitchens, one on the main level and one in the daylight basement. I think she came downstairs (I wasn't home) so as not to heat the upstairs.

                • Stuey1515
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                  LOL!!!

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