Ha! I tried making pancakes today and started with the cast iron and moved to non-stick... Next time will try the cast iron again, I wasn't giving them enough time to cook on the bottom. I have never made them before LOL crazy, I know.
My husband has a couple of cast iron pieces that have been around for generations. He seasons them with oil, doesn't use any soap and they look great. Basically he rinses them with water after they are used, keeps them greasy then puts them on a low heat burner to dry. I have to admit I don't use them very often because I don't want to get yelled at if I don't clean it correctly :)
Kelly as for stainless - I love it! That's what I primarily use at home, you can use metal utensils and burn it (yes I burned one) and get it back to clean. You can also put them in the dishwasher if you want, I don't like to since it's so easy to hand wash, let it soak and it wipes clean. I have All Clad so I can't vouch for any of the other brands.
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