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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

My Review of Three Piece Skillet Set (6.5", 8.5", 10.5")

Originally submitted at CSN Stores

These pre-seasoned, cast-iron skillets are perfect for easy cooking and fast clean-up. This three-piece set includes a 6.5" round skillet, 8.5" round skillet, and 10.5" round skillet.


  • Fast and easy clean-up
  • Pre-seasoned, cast-iron ...

Cast Iron Skillet Review

By Daintydecker from Home on 3/22/2011


5out of 5

I have recently received a set of cast-iron pans from CSN.com stores to review. The set includes 3 cast iron skillets with varying sizes, a 6.5", an 8.5" and a 10.5". Since receiving these I have been able to use all three skillets numerous times.

The very first thing that I cooked was fried eggs. Well, let me rephrase that, I tried to cook fried eggs. I can't do them very well. Of course, we all like our eggs sunny-side up in my house, and I am not good at making them without breaking the yolks.

So I don't count this first meal because I broke the yolks and messed up my whole family's meal of eggs.

But every other meal that I have cooked in these skillets have turned out wonderful! I want to replace all of my other pans, pots and skillets now with cast iron.

Cleaning them is a breeze! I've only had one meal that stuck so much that it was diffucult to clean and that meal sticks to all of my pans.

I even tried a couple of new meals in these skillets and they turned out great. The only thing that I didn't get to try before my review was baking something in these. The reason I didn't get to was that my element went out in my oven and I haven't been able to replace it.

One of the best parts about this set of cast iron skillets is that it came pre-seasoned. Since I've never owned cast iron before, I had no idea how to season cast iron. With this, I didn't even have to worry about it!

Clean up is easy. I clean it with a clean wash rag and hot water. After it completely dries, I wipe it down with a tiny bit of canola oil and it's done!

CSN gave me these skillets to use for free and keep for writing a review that is my own honest opinion.


Gray Matter by David Levy M.D. Book Review

Dr. David Levy is a neurosurgeon with a heart full of compassion. He is also a Christian. One day, he decides after some persuasion from God, that he needs to start using the power of prayer in his practice.

The time came for him to pray with his patients before surgery. Levy continued this with every surgery after that. After a time, other people, including himself, noticed a change that came about inside himself. He became more caring and more able to show the love of Jesus in his day to day communications.

One of the things I enjoyed about the book was Dr. Levy’s ability to talk to his patients about their prayer life, forgiveness and if their own spiritual life was in order. Some patients he even was able to help bring their lives closer to God.

Dr. Levy also spends time with each patient. He explains how he believes that healing and successful health have a lot to do with forgiving others, themselves, or in some cases, God.

Having a doctor that prays with you would be a great link to keeping us medically and spiritually healthy. More and more doctors need to practice medicine like Dr. Levy. I wish that I could find one like him!

This book can open many new paths to help your prayer life. I would recommend this book to many people.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Tyndale Books for this review. I have not been told to post this review in any way, this is my own opinion.


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