Cast-iron skillets are back – not that they ever really left! A kitchen essential in any home, cast-iron skillets have been around for more than a century, and are extremely durable and versatile. As more cooks seek out kitchenware that’s free from harmful chemicals, cast-iron has only become more popular. A properly seasoned cast-iron skillet has a natural nonstick coating, and when cared for, will last for generations! They are perfect for any cooking method – from stove top to oven to grill! You can sauté, fry and bake in a cast-iron skillet!
The Grayson County Extension Office will host two classes on cast-iron cooking on January 14, 2020, to allow you to revisit the tradition of cast-iron cooking! Class times are scheduled for your convenience from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and repeated from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. You will learn how to select, season, cook, serve, and care for your cast-iron cookware. Class participants will receive a cookbook and get to taste recipe samples. There is no charge to attend, but advanced registration is required by calling the Extension Office at (270) 259-3492. We must have a minimum of 5 registered for each class, or the class will be cancelled. The Extension Office is located at 123 Commerce Drive in Leitchfield. Please park in the back of the building and enter in the West entrance door.