How unique is my grandmothers cast iron skillet that she's used for 27 years?
My grandmother is a great southern cook. She fries stuff in this skillet that is incredible. The flavor really is in that skillet. So, is that flavor something that makes her skillet one of a kind? There is a bit of a family feud about who will get the thing should she pass away. If such a feud could be foregone, that would be nice!
Is this thing a precious heirloom without which my grandmother’s recipes will never taste the same? Or is this just a skillet pretty much like any other, once it is seasoned and used a bit?
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