Throwing Caution to the Wind
If you find any tips on repairing pans, let me know because that totally looks like a few of my pans.Which recipe did you do?
Try scrubbing it with baking soda? I hear baking soda is the cure for everything.
I always rub salt on mine. Let me know if it works for you. I'm with you on the eating out but it does not happen often enough around our place!
I got nuthin'. What did you cook, and was it good?
What about putting soap/water in it and bring it to a simmmer for a bit??? Perhaps the bits will come off???did you try brillo pads???
what is a green pan? I have two favorite skillets my number 12 cast IRon and the new cast aluminum one that I reciently bought... skillets are really reasonable priced now. is that stuck on stuff or scratched up pan?
Your at the point where Betty throws the pan away.
I usually add water to my pans and then stir-- kind of like a deglazing, but only with the sole intent of getting the pan clean with the least amount of effort. I hope that works for you, otherwise-- baking soda? Good luck!!
I don't know what a green pan is, either. This one looks gray. Anytime I cook tomato juice, the pan ends up sparkling clean, so maybe try boiling tomato juice in it. Though it is rather shallow for boiling. Like Laura, I use cast iron skillets and love 'em.
Let it soak in baking soda and water? Or am I thinking of a cocktail? Sure add in a lime too!
Remove the handle. Fill it with dirt. Start your tomato seedlings in it.
Just out of curiosity I searched online and I am afraid I have bad news. Every single result I found was a complaint about the pans being impossible to clean with brown spots showing up permanently. Sorry!I only cook with cast iron frypans.
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