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My wife’s grandmother was born in 1900. She had a cast iron frying pan that she gave to my wife’s mom, and she gave it to my wife. I guess that frying pan is about 70 years old.
My wife’s cast iron frying pan.
My son that lives in South Carolina told us in mid-March that he bought a cast iron frying pan and in one week it began showing signs of corrosion because of improper care. He was adamant cooking in our kitchen several weeks ago that he learned his lesson on how to prevent corrosion with cast iron.
Here he is with his girlfriend Brittany preparing us dinner which included using his mom’s cast iron pan.
Here is an example of corrosion when moisture hits the pan
Corrosion is a natural process that causes the deterioration of certain metals. Relationships can be impacted by corrosive factors .
Here are three to think about.
- Lack of common goals
It is easy to look at cast iron and see that corrosion is setting in. Not as easy with relationships but one telling sign just might be a lack of time together. When you don’t spend time together there can be no communication. Without communication it is just a matter of time when some serious work needs to be put in to restore a relationship.
Relationships and cast iron cookware can last a long time with the right time and care.