May 30, 2013

How to Properly Clean and Season Your Cast Iron Skillet

You know what’s kind of fun?  Contributing for other blogs.  I never thought it would be something I did, but now I’m a contributor for 3 different blogs.  I put together some of those amazing collections over at Something Swanky.  I share a main dish recipe once a month over at My Favorite Finds.  Every other month I share kitchen how to’s (and coming soon homemade cleaners, hopefully, I’m scared) at Around My Family Table.  And now I’m a Pinterest Explorer for Cupcake Project! {Which means I get to pin to her collaborative cupcake boards, cool huh?}  I love pushing myself to do other things, help friends, and grow my audience – on my blog or not.

 

I’ve been toying with the idea of having my own contributors.  Just to balance the work load a little, have some fresh content about new topics, and connect with some new people.  I just don’t know where to begin, who to ask, how to accept applications, if anyone would want to write for me…it’s all just crazy and a brand new idea.  *sigh*  Maybe, I’ll probably be asking the ladies I work with for tips.  But if I did take contributors, what topics would you want to see on WLOW your don’t now?  Beauty, nails, fashion, healthy stuff/GF, diy, gardening, talk to me!!  :)

 

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Since we’re talking about contributing, this is my first contribution post for Around My Family Table.  I love my cast iron skillet.  It has a special place in my heart.  I remember my grandma’s skillet fondly from when I was little, and a few years ago my mom bought me my own cast iron skillet.  It was a very happy birthday.  I wanted to make sure my skillet would last forever – cause they can if you treat them right.  Click of to Wendy’s to find out howto love on your black beauty.

 

How Properly Clean and Season Your Cast Iron Skillet

Comments

    • Julie says

      I needed that today Paula. You’re the best. I’m seriously rethinking EVERYTHING about my blog right now.

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