Keep in mind what you want to use the pan for, as well as your house's stove:
only glass-top electric burners require as flat a contact as you can find, but
otherwise using a slightly warped pan on a gas range, electric coils, or in the
oven will still ...
Author: Dominique DeVito
Publisher: Cider Mill Press
The ultimate guide to your cast-iron cookware! Beloved by families the world over and passed down from one generation to the next, cast-iron tools are a treasured kitchen staple. Continue the tradition with a book packed with advice for looking after these versatile, sturdy pieces. Whether you are looking to restore an antique skillet or want to know how to use your Dutch Oven on an open hearth, this handbook has all the wisdom you need, accompanied by a generous helping of delicious recipes to suit all tastes. Here are just a few: *Chicken Pot Pie *Skillet S'mores *Ratatouille *One-Pot Mac-and-Cheese *Stuffed Tomatoes *Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie *Crab Cakes *Cinnamon Buns *Corned Beef Hash *Beef Stroganoff *Strawberry Rhubarb Pie *Irish Soda Bread *Skillet Eggplant Parmesan Whether you're an amateur or an expert, this guide will ensure that your cast-iron cookware stays in top condition for generations to come!
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fingers . ( CAUTION : Be very ... In a young baby it is often necessary to cast the
whole leg with the knee bent to keep the cast from slipping down . First , wrap
Author: David Werner
... A book of information and ideas for all who are concerned about the well-being of disabled children. It is especially for those who live in rural areas where resources are limited ... Written by [the author] with the help of disabled persons and pioneers in rehabilitation in many countries, this book ... gives a wealth of clear, simple, but detailed information concerning most common disabilities of children: many different physical disabilities, blindness, deafness, fits, behavior problems, and developmental delay. It gives suggestions for simplified rehabilitation, low-cost aids, and ways to help disabled children find a role and be accepted in the community. Above all, the book helps us to realize that most of the answers for meeting these children's needs can be found within the community, the family, and in the children themselves. It discusses ways of starting small community rehabilitation centers and workshops run by disabled persons or the families of disabled children.-Back cover.