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    I really wanted a solid large logo and I think I got what I wanted considering the price. However I think the next purchase will be on the bay to see if I can score a good deal or a piece that will be nice after some TLC.

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    With these sort of things the piece is used long after the price is forgotten. How long would it take for you to make one of these? What would you charge per hour?
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    Steeley,

    I hope you will upload the pictures from this thread again.

    I want to see them!

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    No problem Johnny

    here is my favorite cast iron picture.
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    Since this picture i have a few more ,but i pulled these out of this oven i refurbished Wedgewood 1940's
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    And some waffle irons .

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    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    Thanks, Steeley!

    (I missed these pictures the first time they went up.)

    Sweet collection/stove.

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    I just picked up this Griswold waffle iron in an antique shop. I have an old coil top range, but it still worked out alright by pre-heating the iron in the oven at 400* for 20 minutes and then cranking up the heat on the stove. This was my first waffle, I couldn't believe how well they all turned out.


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    Very nice Kyle mmmmmmmmmmmm waffles.
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    my wife loves waffles. i do a great sourdough/buttermilk. electric waffle makers suck, though. i think that Griswold maker is what i need to buy.

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