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Fry an egg on a cast iron skillet - PEP BB food.sand.egg

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Eggs sliding on cast iron
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Heat and grease pan
Heat and grease pan
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Add egg
Add egg
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Slide to the left
Slide to the left
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Slide to the right
Slide to the right
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Made eggs for breakfast this morning so I thought I would get this BB done!

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Not much to clean up. I just used a small piece of paper towel to wipe up the extra grease and threw it in the fire.
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I know there is a easy way to put the vids on here..   but I cannot figure it out right now.    If you click on the link you can watch them on the you tube


Here is my favorite cast iron with  a little bacon grease.




Sliding around   not sticking

  https://youtube.com/shorts/a2CVnvtdBpI  


slides off the pan too

https://youtube.com/shorts/hdYFytJcqFU




clean pan drying on the hot stove top


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I recently bought my first cast iron skilled which was 4800 THB or 140 US$ and didn't season it due to lack of knowledge.
As picky young boy I hated grandma's "old dirt pan" but the eggs she made were always crispy underside which I really love.

I found this post now and off cause too late.
I carried that 32 cm big heavyweight on my motorbike home and took a steak with me which turned out absolute top of the notch.
Awakening memories I fried also a few breakfasts with egg and bacon in it..

today I see seasoning your skillet first.
Ouuuuuhhh, did I spoil mine already on its first days??
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No, it's still good. Clean it then season it. Keep it well seasoned & it will last several lifetimes.

 
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Here is my submission for the BB of the sliding egg.

I cannot get the video to display inside the post, but here is the link

  https://youtube.com/shorts/pOhK5WS4joU  
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A little bacon grease
A little bacon grease
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Egg in the pan
Egg in the pan
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After
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Wiping down and cleaning up, just a touch of oil
Wiping down and cleaning up, just a touch of oil
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Clean
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Here is my first time frying an egg in my fairly new skillet (only used it less than ten times). I also definitely need to increase my strength as lifting it with one hand was more challenging than I realised!

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Using a wet paper towel to wipe away extra grease
Using a wet paper towel to wipe away extra grease
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Drying off the water so it doesn't rust
Drying off the water so it doesn't rust
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Adding oil with a paper towel to season it for next time while the pan is still warm
Adding oil with a paper towel to season it for next time while the pan is still warm
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My first time cooking an egg sunny-side-up in a cast iron!  The video links are attached!  https://youtube.com/shorts/KcwxC21RtdI?feature=share  https://youtube.com/shorts/HZSMCQRqUEM?feature=share
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First! Ever! Badge Submission!

Ok, 10 second video of slidey egg:  https://youtube.com/shorts/pP4bDyKzm6A?feature=share

Attachments:  post egg residue, cleaning up with hot water and chain mail, drying on the stove
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drying on stove
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cleaning with hot H20 & chainmail
cleaning with hot H20 & chainmail
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post egg residue
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I fried a couple of eggs for my breakfast in a Wagner cast iron skillet that I inherited from my grandmother. I started out with a pat of bacon grease and heated the pan. As you can see in the video, the pan performed beautifully. Here is a link to the video of the eggs sliding around: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wexrxgXmPEPacbF69

The pictures show the finished eggs with salt and pepper and the pan being wiped out with a paper towel which will go in the burn bin.

A tip for others: I balanced the phone in the microwave above the stove in order to get the shot of the eggs sliding.
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Frying an egg in sunflower oil and cast iron pan.


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