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A cast iron skillet fit for an obnoxious giant!





All the food served in Tamera (except the honey) was vegan. And delicious. Especially the cauliflower and broccoli they made in the giant cast iron frying pan. The whole thing was supported on, and powered by, three gas burners.
 
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I dare not let my husband see that - I'll end up with one in my back yard.
 
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My cast iron's bigger than yours...
I remember watching my father barbequeing on a massive circular saw-blade (with the teeth filed )
Aaah, 70s hippy festivals!
 
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Burra, that is priceless!
 
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Where's my shovel...I need to flip the flapjacks.
 
I didn't like the taste of tongue and it didn't like the taste of me. I will now try this tiny ad:
A rocket mass heater is the most sustainable way to heat a conventional home
http://woodheat.net
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