July 13, 2006

Soapstone Griddle

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Soapstone is not just for kitchen counters. This soapstone griddle can withstand temperatures that are twice as high as cast iron and other metal cookware. It can be placed in the oven or over an open flame. It also develops a natural non-stick surface and black patina finish after curing.


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Posted by Maya Bazar at July 13, 2006 8:10 AM
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A stylish renovation of America's oldest cookware.

{Though I do not agree that soapstone can endure high temperatures until it is properly cured with oil.

Thanks to the wise design of the product, which provides a copper band at the bottom, which acts as a heat diffuser and as a safety base to the soft soapstone.


Posted by: Esther at July 13, 2006 1:50 PM
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