9029Re: [NTO] Kitchen English - or metallurgy
- Jan 29, 2011Hi
If your going to use it for omelettes then you would a light weight pan so
you can flip omelette put in contents of choice fold over half, cast iron
are usually heavy weight ,I can see little women both hands and ??
THANKYOU DAVE M
----- Original Message -----
From: "loro" <tabbie@...>
Sent: Sunday, January 30, 2011 11:05 AM
Subject: Re: [NTO] Kitchen English - or metallurgy
> At 00:42 2011-01-30, hsavage wrote:
>>'Are black iron and mild steel the same thing'
>>This may be the case but I suspect 'black iron' may be referring to
>>Used many years in the past and you can still buy cooking hardware
>>made of cast iron. After much use and curing with the fats and oils
>>from what's been cooked they usually turn deep black color.
>>It is not the same as mild steel!
> Nuh. Cast iron we have and I have a lot of it. I'll show you what I mean.
> I can't buy form there though. Amazon marketplace doesn't ship
> kitchen stuff outside U.K. :-(
> I could buy from amazon.com where they are sold by amazon itself, but
> the U.S. pans are more expensive (but may be better) and more
> importantly, they aren't that nicely rounded between the bottom and
> the side. And I risk custom fees. At amazon.com they have the
> courtesy to call it carbon steel and that I understand. ;-)
> So, I google trying to find a British supplier that ships abroad and
> doesn't charge an arm and a leg for it. I find pans looking very
> similar if not identical to the one in the amazon picture. At some
> places they say it's black iron and at some they call it mild steel.
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