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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Cleaning Tip

Got a pot that you've cooked in and it's just not coming clean? Here's a trick I use all the time to get that nasty baked on gunk out of my billy can:

Take a small piece of that foil you're carrying in your kit. (You ARE carrying foil right?) Wad it loosely and use it like a Chore Boy scrubber.

This works in non-stick pans, cast iron, and stainless. The foil is softer than the seasoning in your cast iron but it's harder than any food that might have cooked on.

If you press hard on the foil ball you'll smooth out the surface. No worries, just open it back up and wad it again.

Hope you found that helpful,



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