I got this at the flea market while we were on vacation. I've wanted one for the longest time, and this one is awesome. It's HUGE (12"), and very old. I cleaned, and re-seasoned it a bit, and now nothing sticks to it. I've used it for french toast, and a spinach & zucchini frittata. Both were perfect.
I was giddy over this purchase and no one seemed to understand it, except for maybe Josh a little. -But only because he knows how I am, not because he'd get all mooney-eyed from a skillet. It's a bit romantic perhaps, but I wonder about the other women who used this before me. I like old household tools. I like the worn, and handled, and well loved possesions of others. I feel like this is a right of passage almost. Plus, now I can stop burning my pancakes on stainless steel. Oh, I'm so looking forward to plates of eggs, and maybe falafel, and veggie burgers, and grilled cheese, and fried green tomatoes, and fried zucchini, and I bet it will bake coffee cakes too. Anyone get this at all?