9039Re: [NTO] Kitchen English - or metallurgy
- Jan 30 11:44 AMAl wrote:
>And, ditto to what Larry said -- I wouldn't have known ESLThank you both. You are nice.
>two l's, "milled" like grist mill or steel mill. I've still not heardMilled sounds like a more proper word for it. Could "milled" have
>of mild steel cookware, I just did a Google search on it.
changed into "mild" with time, maybe provincially?
Here they use mild.
As for the omelette pans... mostly UK and Australia, however you
spell your omelette.
>The next is reasons why to choose carbon steel versus cast iron ieI don't know if they say this there, haven't read all of it yet, but
>characteristics of these two different cookwares.
I think one argument for carbon steel is that you can get the heat up
very quickly if you need to. The sheer weight of cast iron makes it slow.
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