200A and 202 reproduction
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in stock.
mikew
After Flat Twin's post #37 in this thread:
http://www.colemancollectorsforum.com/post/cast-iron-cookware-and-food-sticking-9992026?pid=1307172622
my wife ordered me to find her one of those pans, but NOT the kind that looks like little corn ears.  Bought this one at the same flea that she has a booth at, but no brand name.  Only has "22" stamped onto one of the little handles. No other markings at all.    Any idea who made it?

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ehodges
Reminds me of griswold I have seen!
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Flat_twin
no.22 is the number on the handles of my Griswold corn stick pan.    Looks the same with 11 slots but no holes in the handle.  Should make fine corn bread sticks!
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mikew
I wonder if the 22 is specifically a design number for Griswold or if it is a generic number for that syle of pan?  A friend of mine posted pics on another site and got two responses pretty quick -  one thought it was Griswold and another thought Favorite.  Right now, the pan is relaxing in a bucket of water with a battery charger hooked up to it.
Mike
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mikew
Just checked the Cast Iron Collector website and noticed that Lodge and Griswold used some of the same pattern numbers for the same design.  I believe mine is a Lodge #22 bread stick pan.
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Flat_twin
The back of the Griswold looks something like this.  I understand there were five or so variations thru the years.  I think you're right about no.22 being the pattern or style number.

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After a couple more batches of corn bread sticks,  I can vouch for the importance of a good preheat.  A cold butter stick works great for lubing the hot pan.  A back and forth swipe in each slot is plenty.  Letting the sticks rest for a couple minutes after they come out of the oven is good advice.  They hold together much better that way.  

The mrs suggested trying pancake batter to make sticks for dipping into syrup.  Hmmmm...
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mikew
The wife and I did one batch using Jiffy mix.  Tasted great, but I don't think we cooked them quite long enough.  The bottoms were still too light colored instead of brown and didn't hold together well.  Did the preheat, then while hot added some PAM before adding the Jiffy mix.  She used a toothpick to tell when they were done, but we should have left them a little longer.  We let them cool a few minutes before attempting removal.  She cooked them at 400 for about 12 minutes.  Next time we will lower the heat a little and leave them in the oven longer.  There was no sticking at all.
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Flat_twin
Excellent!
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The bottoms were still too light colored instead of brown and didn't hold together well.


Get the pan HOT and add a tablespoon of vegetable oil to each section and before pouring in the batter.
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mikew
The wife made another batch yesterday and came out great.  Just a little jimmying on either side of each piece with a spatula and they came loose easily.  Held together well.  Cleanup was a snap.

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Flat_twin
Where's the milk?  LOL!  My wife's favorite snack is cornbread in milk.


Tonight we tried blueberry muffin sticks.  Tasted fine but a little disappointing after having cornbread sticks.  Nothing like fresh cornbread.




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