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Offline Chad

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Smart Endurance Skillet
« on: October 14, 2018, 08:18:57 pm »
I have a Smart Endurance Skillet and from what I've read on the site under dating I take it to be about 50 years old. I'm wondering how difficult they are to find because a second skillet would sure speed things when I do get around to using it.
It seems that the corners stay a little cold on the element on my stove but I guess that wouldn't be a problem on a wood fired cook stove.
I've heard of people using a piece of copper sheet or plate to even the heat out. Has anyone here tried that?

Offline Icyblack

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Re: Smart Endurance Skillet
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2018, 09:11:42 pm »
Endurance was registered in 1919 by Canada Foundries, but I would think these are post 1930's. Exactly when, not sure. I have a couple here, but have never used them to be honest.

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Re: Smart Endurance Skillet
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2018, 10:11:06 pm »
It is somewhat of a novelty item these days I guess. I like the idea of having the perfect pan for one serving, especially when the eggs fit a piece of toast so well. However, when several kids are waiting for breakfast it certainly is a bottleneck. When I first got it the description that came to mind was a "bachelor's pan". I haven't spotted any for sale. Are they out there?