[Sca-cooks] Everything old is new again

Kerri Martinsen kerrimart at mindspring.com
Wed Jan 30 06:10:04 PST 2008

it looks a lot like the egg poacher insert that my mom's SaladMaster pans
came with.  Granted it was steel and not cast Iron.  Of couse now my brain
is trying to figure out why I need this pan...

must resist....


On 1/29/08, K C Francis <katiracook at hotmail.com> wrote:
> What he said!  I couldn't believe my eyes!
> Katira
> > From: firedrake at earthlink.net> To: sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org> Date:
> Thu, 24 Jan 2008 21:34:54 -0800> Subject: [Sca-cooks] Everything old is new
> again> > Sitting here, watching TV, I started laughing uproariously, and my
> > housemate came in to see what the commotion was.> > There, in a commercial
> for something called "Pancake Puffs" (
> http://www.pancakepuff.com/?cid=303361 > ) [be careful -- the video of the
> commercial, with sound, starts > immediately], did I see an abelskivver pan,
> "in solid cast iron". The > same skewers for turning that Selene always used
> (only she got hers > considerably cheaper than the ones they showed),
> showing the same sort > of techniques for making them -- just with a new
> "trendy" name! They > did show some interesting recipe/flavor possibilities
> -- trendy ones, > of course.> > What old, traditional dish gets "repackaged"
> next? Any ideas?> > Jared>
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