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For best results, rinse the pan with hot water immediately after cooking.
To avoid a mess in the oven, place a piece of foil under the pan.
Many of the original records from Atlanta Stove Works have been lost, especially because the original factory burned down in 1915 and was re-built.
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When I prepare meals such a baked spaghetti or any greasy saucy dishes those are the times I use a bit of (mild dish soap).
If you've begun looking for vintage, antique American cast iron cookware for your kitchen, it's practically a guarantee that you'll hear about Griswold and Wagner, brands considered to be the "gold standard" of cast iron cookware. Among the most popular of that kind are the "unmarked" cast iron pans – ones that don't have the manufacturer stamp on the bottom.
But when you go looking for these pans on e Bay and in antique malls, you'll soon find they are almost always overpriced and expensive. Many people across the country, and around the world, have one or more of these "unmarked" pans.
Because of their popularity, Griswold and Wagner pans can be difficult to find. They have no idea who made these pans, but they work wonders in the kitchen and are treasures to have, even if they are not "valuable antiques." The most common of these "unmarked" pans are from Lodge Manufacturing – the same Lodge that makes the cast iron pans you see in Wal-Mart today – Wagner, and Birmingham Stove & Range (abbreviated here as BS&R).
In fact, this particular line of cast iron was manufactured from 1991 through 1999: The Wagner cast iron company was purchased by the Randall Corporation in 1952.
The same company also acquired the Griswold manufacturing company in 1957, and both the Wagner and Griswold lines of cast iron cookware were manufactured at Wagner's foundry in Sidney, Ohio from 1957 through 1999.
However, these various customers agree on one thing when they choose a John Wright piece—bringing quality, authenticity, detail, and style into their home.