Sunday, August 02, 2015

My 3rd Video (eventually, I'll name these)

Here's my third video. Freshly shot from our back deck. And now, we're headed to Barnes to sneak in a little writing time before we close the lid on this weekend.

Thanks for watching and boogie boogie.


29 comments:

  1. Cast iron! Be still my heart! It is so hard to find but a great score when you do.

    I bet the little tins are going to be put to good use. Very cute!

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    1. Do you have old stores near you? We have a nice handful. How did your seasoning of your pans, go?

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  2. Never seen those little tins before. What will you use them for? I have a cast iron pan which I have had for years but I only use it for steak.

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    1. Very cool on the steak. I cook in almost all cast iron. Many different sizes.

      The tins will be mini dessert allergy-friendly dessert. And then some savoury yummies, as well.

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  3. You are getting pretty good with that...

    Those cookies cutter, pretty big cookie, I think, I'll have only two please!

    Strange but I can't cook anything in a cast iron :(

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    1. thanks, Richard. They're fun to do. Why can't you cook in them? How about bake?

      I'll teleport you cookies if you don't mind that they'll be egg-free, cane sugar-free, dairy-free and gluten-free. Yum, eh?

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  4. I bought cast iron in my twenties and never got the hang of curing it.

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    1. I find it helps to bake or cook something good and fatty in them. Though I do have one I keep dry. Anyway, drop me an email if you decide to give it another go. As I use mostly cast iron.

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  5. This is a really cool video. You will get better and better and better at it as time goes on and before you know it you'll be a pro. Love all your new goodies!

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    1. Do you guys hit old shoppes? We enjoy them.

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  6. You have such a great voice! You need to keep moving up and include yourself in the video.

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  7. Cool ! Love these little tins!

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    1. Me too. Can't wait to bake in them.

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  8. Cool video and you sound like I thought you would???

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    1. Thanks for watching and boogie boogie.

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  9. Never seen a video about a cast iron frying pan and some splendid baking tins, so that was a first, and an enjoyable first too with your enthusiasm and your happy voice.

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    1. Do you have cast iron in your neck of the woods? I use all different sizes for bakes, cookery and the grill.

      Thanks for watching and boogie boogie.

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  10. Love all your purchases.

    All the best Jan

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    1. Hi Jan. Do you have old little shoppes near you too? Lots of fun cookery and bake stuff, in ours.

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  11. Nice work, looking good!

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  12. Total scores!!! Especially those tins. They're usually a fortune for the crappy ones. Bravo!

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    1. I agree. So many crappy thin and flimsy ones out there. These are on eBay too, it you're looking for a set. Looks like quite a few available.

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  13. Thought I'd get back here and comment on your latest video. I'm loving your enthusiasm in the video. Maybe we could find a Google cookie cutter :)

    Thank you, Ivy.

    Gary :)

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