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Great-Grandma’s big, heavy cast iron skillet sits at the back of your cupboard, taking up room.
Too bulky to use as a weight for your arm curls, but heavy enough to perform well as a doorstop, at one time, the cast iron skillet seemed to have outlived its usefulness in the kitchen ‒ until cooking magazines and TV food programs grabbed onto the old and turned it into the new.
It's a fun place to see what people are cooking in their vintage cast iron.
Also there are plenty of questions and answers posted on vintage cast iron.
How cannons evolved into Dutch ovens is another creative bent in history.
However if your new to cast iron cooking you may want to find out why people use and prefcast iron cookware. Whether your'e a keen cast-iron enthusiast or learning about vintage cast iron, I hope you find our articles useful and interesting.
However my expertise in cast iron collecting is more hobbyist rather than expert and don't claim to be an authority on the matter.
A lot of people prefer vintage or antique cast iron.
The main reasons vintage cast iron is preferred are; the cookware tends to be lighter and a lot smoother than cast iron cookware made today.
Nevertheless I'll try to make the site useful for those new to cast iron and enthusiasts alike.