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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert-R View Post
    How is the seasoning on your cast iron cookware holding up? Cooking over charcoal & wood chunks is destroying the seasoning on mine.
    Seems to be doing OK Robert. I probably use our assortment of cast iron more on the grills that we do on our stove. We just wash it with warm soapy water and give it a swipe with a soft sponge. I never use anything metal in it, either cleaning or cooking. Have a number of wooden spoons for the cooking. After about every other cook I spray the piece down with canola and wipe away excess with a paper towel. That's it. Not really a bother at all. Probably not technically "by the book" but it seems to work here. Some of our original stuff has been in the family over 30 years at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert-R View Post
    Mighty fine looking bowl of chili. Tasty, I'm sure. And since it's a Hawaiian chili, it's OK to put beans in it! Really like that bread.

    How is the seasoning on your cast iron cookware holding up? Cooking over charcoal & wood chunks is destroying the seasoning on mine.
    Am considering just living with it and using the cookware unseasoned. Seasoning is a pita, imho. Hate doing it over and over.
    Robert, try food grade flaxseed oil and season it with that Sprouts carries it. I did all of ours with it and when they are clean and dry wiping some canola oil on them before putting them away. I haven't reseasond them in over two years and they are like Teflon pans. We also use them a lot.
    You may have to season with the flaxseed oil a couple of time if their in really bad shape. I had one pan I got at a garage sale that was a total mess had to use a wire cup brush with my angle grinder to get it down to bare metal. Had to season it four times with flaxseed then cook some bacon a couple of times and now it just like the others.
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    That looks delicious, Cliff!
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    Yes, Cliff we will be doing it real soon. That looks delicious.
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    Looks interesting Cliff. would like to have a taste of it. It feels like chili weather here the last few days. Rain, sleet & even wet slushy snow mix this morning.
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    Looks Tasty Cliff! Having lived in Hawaii, I've never seen pineapple in the chili I've had there! Guess it's like going to Texas and wondering why there's no beans!
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    I would like to try with the chunks only just to see..... it sounds good!

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    You never cease to amaze us Cliff, bet the flavors of that Hawaiian chili were outstanding.
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