Originally Posted by wyoDreamer
Food tastes so much better when cooked in a cast iron pan - so says my DH. Our favorite is fried potatoes, in second place comes potato pancakes.
He was so happy to get me a gas range at the old house. I hated the electric stove with the glass top at the old house and he promised me a gas stove to get me to move to Wyoming. When we moved back to WI, we brought the stove with us! All so we can use the cast iron in the kitchen.
Well I do know you can make great home fries in a cast iron pan. My SIL from the U.K loves when I fry up leftover mashed potatoes. I like to cook them til they get a nice crust. Too fry up some left over goulash with some butter. Yum! DW cringed when I told her I made scrambled eggs and tossed in my GK's leftover mac and cheese. Omlets can be made with whatever you want IMHO. 'Cept maybe mushrooms. I hate mushrooms.
Hold on. Why would you move back from WY to WI? Now I don't imply I know much about either state, but I am curious. If you don't mind.
I learned here CA gets snow. Something I was ignorant about before BYC.
I am currently reading "Into the Wild" (Jon Krakauer). Them main character goes to Alaska. My DS and his are being transferred to AK next year. I also have a BYC friend in AK. Point? I just like to learn things about how things are in other states.
Now I know there was something I read today I wanted to share here but I think it was in the new issue of "Outthere" the TSC magazine they give out. I left it at the PT office. I'll get another soon though. I like to leave used magazines at the offices or any waiting room.
Anyhow it was about NO Tilling. Some might find it interesting like I did.
(Keep in mind folks that not everything I say here is just for the quoted person but y'all too.)