- By Serious Eats
The cast iron skillet is an equipment essential that shines when it comes to high-heat cooking, like searing steaks or charring vegetables, but it's so much more versatile than that—you can use cast iron to sauté, bake bread, or even cook eggs with no risk of sticking, provided it's well seasoned. And despite the myths, it's super resilient, easy to season, and easy to care for. Here's everything you need to know about the pan, from buying to seasoning and even what to cook in it.
- Martha Stewart Living - Kelly Vaughan
From classic meatloaf and tuna noodle casserole to vegetable sides and extra-special desserts, these recipes will remind you of home. 1 of 30 There's nothing like the taste of Grandma's home cooking, these...