Cast Iron Beckerheads, Sound Off!

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The kids think these little cast iron pans are magic. “They taste sooo much better than when mom makes them on a cookie sheet.” I didn’t tell them about the 1/4” of melted butter in the bottom of each pan when I started. Lol.
 
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This thread is costing me money ($$$).

Since checking back in I have bought a KA-BAR D2 Extreme (PE), BK-16, and a BK-17.
and if I'm to be totally honest. I'm looking hard at that Harpooney Tweener.

Having fun with your knives is the whole point right? (No Pun Intended)
 

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Does looking at cast iron make you think pf Beckers? :p

Not just cast iron, but food in general. I have had a lot of fun with my Beckers and food. Much of it prepared in cast iron.
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I love outdoor cooking and the outdoors in general. Everything tastes better outside.
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For me it all boils down to fun. if you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong.
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If you're outside with food a knife and a fire, and no one is shooting at you. How can you not have fun.
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If all that fun ends up in some cast iron, so be it.
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1DCAF1BE-487F-4566-AD30-DB8278149B16.jpeg 2E595873-999D-43FB-928B-40F26E39FD95.jpeg Making individual meatloafs today, just right for a hamburger bun.

Some will get eaten today, some to take to work for lunch this week, and some for the freezer.

When I cook I make large batches so I can freeze for the future. This way I’m not eating the same thing all week.

I used to eat it over and over until I was sick of it, then wonder if whats is left still fresh enough to freeze or should be tossed.

Now I freeze it while it’s still fresh, then have more variety all week eating stuff I cooked previously.
 
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I like the little "Mini-Meal" idea!

thanks! I use these cheap containers. For fresh ingredients in the fridge, and to split into serving sizes. Then I fill my freezer, it’s mostly bone broth vegetable soups. 6 minutes in the microwave I have a fresh meal. Or I take it work in my hot logic mini plug it into my power outlet 2 hours before lunch and have a healthy hot lunch.

By freezing I don’t get bored because I never eat from the same batch twice in a row and every batch it different.

I just had the last serving of corned beef and cabbage left over from St Patrick’s day.
 
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