Yesteryear Forge
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NorrinRadd
Those look great. How did you line them with tin? And is tin better for food contact? Sorry for the dumb questions, just curious.
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Metalmelt
Wow, I like them. We have skillet patterns at the forge but I've never tried to make one. One fellow likes to make them, he does them in mild steel. I think he uses them for camping.
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jmccustomknives
Bacon and eggs on an open fire.  Nice.

Rule #10;  "I can make that" translates to; "I'm to cheap to buy it new."

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Hank Rearden
Any chance of showing the steps of creation the next tinned copper pan you make? "IITH"?
code[Maglio.gif]  Keep the fires burning hot!
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Norseman C.B.
Hank Rearden wrote:
Any chance of showing the steps of creation the next tinned copper pan you make? "IITH"?


DITTO on that !!!!!..........[wave]
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