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FolkGuitar    3,956

Those of us who love to cook know the value of a good cast iron pan.

Unfortunately, they have been hard to find in Chiang Mai... until now!

I just saw three different sizes (up to 12") heavy-duty cast iron frying pans in

Rimping Nim City. I didn't look at the prices, but I did carefully examine one of the pans.

This IS a very heavy, thick, well-made cast iron frying pan!  Bound to be expensive,

but worth the price.

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FolkGuitar    3,956

They are located on the bottom level of the pan display. A bit hard to notice without a careful look.

 

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Brightly    13

Thanks for posting this!

 

I sadly bid my cast iron pans--some passed down two generations--some diligently used/seasoned by me over months and years--upon my move here.

 

Big mistake.

 

My pans and a few more books should have made the sea-journey...

 

Oh well:  hindsight.

 

It's great to know where I can find one or two to start the task of seasoning them .

 

 

I've always used a very hot oven as a way to seal new cast iron...don't know how I'll do that now w/o an oven...

 

Maybe I can hire a pizza kitchen to keep them oiled up and sizzling hot for a fortnight...hmm..(!).

 

Again, thanks for your "pan posting."  Made my day.

 

 

 

 

 

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anto    1,205

Bought one cheap in Aldi Australia on my recent stay there ..Could not bring it back or it would have put me over my baggage limit  ;-(

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CMKiwi    1,183

Don't they have cast iron pots and pans in Wararot market?  I haven't been there for a while but I'm sure I saw some there a while ago.

 

Once seasoned, cast iron pots/skillets are great.

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anto    1,205
3 hours ago, CMKiwi said:

Don't they have cast iron pots and pans in Wararot market?  I haven't been there for a while but I'm sure I saw some there a while ago.

 

Once seasoned, cast iron pots/skillets are great.

How many seasons required ? Only 3 here in Chiang Mai Dry ,Wet ,and Winter .

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Dmaxdan    562

Rim Ping (Promenada) now stock a range of Le Creuset cast iron pans.
Very expensive but if taken care of will out last most of us. Nice bright orange colour to...


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