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  • Griswold Manufacturing

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    Griswold Manufacturing () was an American manufacturer of cast iron kitchen products founded in Erie, Pennsylvania. They were in business from 1865 through 1957. For many years the company had a world-wide reputation for high-quality cast-iron cookware. Today, Griswold pieces are collector's items.

  • Fire pot

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    A fire pot is a container, usually earthenware, for carrying fire. Fire pots have been used since prehistoric times to transport fire from one place to another, for warmth while on the move, for cooking , in religious ceremonies and even as weapons of war.

  • Cast-iron cookware

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    A cast-iron skillet Cast-iron cookware is valued for its heat retention properties and can be produced and formed with a relatively low level of technology. Seasoning is used to protect bare cast iron from rust and to create a non-stick surface. Types of bare cast-iron cookware include panini presses, waffle irons, crepe makers, dutch ovens, frying pans, deep fryers, tetsubin, woks, potjies, karahi, flattop grills and griddles.

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