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    What a good morning, Riaan made that pan sing. Was like meeting pen pals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudleytheplumber View Post
    What a good morning, Riaan made that pan sing. Was like meeting pen pals
    You mean PAN pals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dudleytheplumber View Post
    What a good morning, Riaan made that pan sing. Was like meeting pen pals
    Riaan also made my old pancake pan sign after this thread. It also does amazing beacon and eggs as well now. Tx Riaan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeml View Post
    Riaan also made my old pancake pan sign after this thread. It also does amazing beacon and eggs as well now. Tx Riaan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
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    Dankie vir die "handleiding" Riaan. Die was my ouma se pot wat baie verwaarloos, nou kan ek hom weer gebruik


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    Quote Originally Posted by tcofran View Post
    Dankie vir die "handleiding" Riaan. Die was my ouma se pot wat baie verwaarloos, nou kan ek hom weer gebruik


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    Ai dit is lekker om te weet nog iemand kon nut kry uit die pan storie. Dankie!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riaan van Wyk View Post
    Ai dit is lekker om te weet nog iemand kon nut kry uit die pan storie. Dankie!
    Vergeet om te noem dat my vrou nie kon glo hoeveel bier gebruik word om so potjie voor te berei nie


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    Just spent a day watching YT videos on cast iron restoration.

    I'll start a thread this weekend on my attempt. I have a 3-poot that has been standing the garden for a year............
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    Last night I made beef burgers, I was on Westville North Butchery a while ago and saw a really course fatty mince, when I asked for some the guy said it's the mix for drywors and not for sale, anyway not detered I left there with 300g of this mix,
    I mixed it with 500 g of normal mince & 200g of pork mince, a big chopped onion a bit of biltong spice, cumin powder garlic, salt and pepper and 2 eggs and made hamburger patties 150g each, also made crispy shoe string sweet potato and parsnip chips
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    Posted in the wrong thread, can it be moved

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    Dudley,
    What is in the pan under the patty? Is it perhaps fine steel mesh. ?

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    Sorry boet just saw your question now, its actually the pattern on the base... Its a Jamie Oliver brand

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    The pans bottom you asked aboutClick image for larger version. 

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    Doing my own one of these today. Got an old field disc from a friend. After some welding grinding I have what will hopefully be a great pan for the fire.

    Welded some nuts on the bottom to attach the legs. However I noticed that the disc would not conduct. Had to put the earth on the nut and weld thay way. Never seen this before. Not sure what type of metal the disc is made of. But it doesn't conduct electricity.

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    Onto the vinegar stepClick image for larger version. 

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    After the vinegar step and first coat of oil, starting to take shape. This is thirsty work.
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    Then add the oil and in with the pareto skins. Attachment 624819
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    Pareto bake completed, pan cooled and buffed. Got a bit eager in the potatoe fry and managed to get the oil hot enough to ignite. Managed to save it I think.

    This is how she looks now. Just waiting for the handle to cool properly, then it's back on the fire with some honions. Click image for larger version. 

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    Got a bit late and dark when doing the honions. But all done and dusted now, given a good clean and she is looking great.

    Now all I have to do is cook something on her. Click image for larger version. 

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    Many hours of fun to come.

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    Found an old mild steel wok. Soaked it in hydrochloric acid to remove the rust. Will scrub it with steel wool this week and then the wooden handle is coming off and I'll do an oil coat and oven baked process.
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