200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

onerednek
Well I didn’t find any lanterns today that I was interested in but my buddy did buy an AFC propane stove. I bought a bunch of cast-iron stuff super reasonable, Griswold and Wagner stuff
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Majicwrench
Pictures or it didn't happen....
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Gasman64
Donald, Keith has a good point-we must see pictures.
Steve
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onerednek
It all needs the tank and the painted griddle may need some denatured alcohol first, but here they are. The lid isn’t Grizwold, but it’s a good one.1D670BA8-A839-43C5-AB96-07469E70249D.jpeg 1CCA3E7D-27FC-47C7-9B1D-D85E3AD1D0A1.jpeg 01F8F8E7-2C87-4B54-B69C-CE86FD80C93B.jpeg B10BB5E9-72F3-4B30-97B0-1FE602AC5CE5.jpeg 
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74HARLEY
I don't see pictures... You must be teasing us with cast iron dreams.
Joe
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onerednek
74HARLEY wrote:
I don't see pictures... You must be teasing us with cast iron dreams.
sorry, I posted pics but they didn’t post. Let me know if they are not on here now. I reposted them......I think
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rob_pontius
The pics came through on my end. Those are some cool finds. I'll bet the electrolysis tank removes that paint on the griddle as well.
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MrAlexxx
Yup good finds!

Alex
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onerednek
rob_pontius wrote:
The pics came through on my end. Those are some cool finds. I'll bet the electrolysis tank removes that paint on the griddle as well.
It probably would but my concern is if it’s lead paint I don’t know what the electrolysis would do
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onerednek
Well, built the Etank this Evening and will be firing it up tomorrow. I didnt have any sodium carbonate, but a quick google search shows that baking down baking soda, will make it. It says to bake it in the oven at 200 degrees f9or an hour, but I have pans seasoning and its in with the pans, so I hope 400 will do the same job
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74HARLEY
Good scores!
Joe
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onerednek
The Etank is doing the job. When I have everything finished and seasoned, I’ll post after pics. The Griswold waffle iron came out beautiful 
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onerednek
And now , the money shot!
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Lantern Junkie
Chicken and waffles for dinner ! 
Ernie 
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onerednek
Chicken and waffles for dinner ! Now it looks so nice, I don’t want to use it and dirty it. Good grief 
Ernie 
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Majicwrench
I love old waffle irons......think I know what is for dinner tonight
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Ridge Runner
Wow, those look great! All this implied cooking is making me hungry  ðŸ˜‹

— L.J.
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I love the smell of naphtha in the morning!
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onerednek
I’m contemplating not using it now. It’s too pretty. Haha
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williamlee111
Majicwrench wrote:
Pictures or it didn't happen....

+1
Not looking for anything. I have too much already, my wife says. 
 
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D421
Very nice. What oil is your preference for seasoning?
Dominic
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Bob1774
nice finds, and great job of cleaning them up and seasoning!
Bob
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onerednek
D421 wrote:
Very nice. What oil is your preference for seasoning?i used flaxseed oil and baked at 400* for an hour 
Dominic
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onerednek

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pics are posted at the top of the thread
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onerednek
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Ridge Runner

Now that’s a money shot!

Those look dee-lish 😃

— L.J.
Looking for 10/2015 & 1/2020 B-Day Lanterns
I love the smell of naphtha in the morning!
"Ain’t no need to watch where I’m goin’; just need to know where I’ve been" -Tow Mater

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onerednek

Now that’s a money shot!

Those look dee-lish 😃thank you. They were very good

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onerednek
Bob1774 wrote:
nice finds, and great job of cleaning them up and seasoning!
Thank you. 
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12057dave
That’s it. I’m going to show the DW those pics of the waffle maker. I’ve wanted one of those for a long time. Maybe that will convince her. Nice haul Debouch. 
Dave                                                       BernzOmatic Appreciation Club #1957
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onerednek
12057dave wrote:
That’s it. I’m going to show the DW those pics of the waffle maker. I’ve wanted one of those for a long time. Maybe that will convince her. Nice haul Debouch. 
I bought it for a pretty good price because it needed cleaned up it was worth the little bit of work involved after an E tank session
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Flat_twin
Those came out nice.  I always hate to see good cast iron cookware that's been painted in some "decorative" way.   OK,  here's a 1930's waffle recipe that is just plain awesome.  Got to use real buttermilk though,  no cheating.

Grandma’s Buttermilk Waffles

Vintage 1930 (Made Griswold Waffle Irons Famous!)

 

1 cup flour (soft-like White Lily)

1 tsp baking powder

1 egg separated

¼ tsp salt

1 cup thick real buttermilk (Not Sealtest)

¼ tsp baking soda

2 tbsp melted butter (Plus a little??)

(Secret Ingredient) 1/3 cup water

 

Start waffle iron warming on low. Beat egg white until stiff. Mix dry ingredients in med. bowl or 1 qt. pitcher. Beat egg yoke & combine with buttermilk. Pour into flour with water, mix, add butter & mix. Don’t over mix. Fold in egg white. Turn up heat to medium high. When water drops bounce in hot waffle iron spray lightly with veg. oil (NOT Pam), add about ½ cup batter onto cool side and cook approximately 2 minutes per side. It should fall out when done. Add 30 second intervals if sticking and use a fork if required.

Hold in 215° F (102° C) oven, uncovered. Makes four 8” waffles.

Mark __________________________________________
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onerednek
Thanks for the recipe!!
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monkeyboy
the cast turned out nicely seasoned
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