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Posted by / Tuesday, December 6, 2011

E.A.T. Giveaway: Vintage Wagner Ware Cast Iron Pan

***Update: This giveaway has ended, find the lucky winner at the bottom of the post. Stay tuned for future giveaways right here at E.A.T.! ***


I am giving away one of my more popular vintage Wagner Ware cast iron pans just in time for the holidays! Full details below the dotted line (if you want to skip ahead).

To welcome the holiday season and to thank each of my readers, I am giving away one of my vintage Wagner Ware cast iron skillet pans. I have been selling these vintage cast iron pans in my BehindTheScreenDoor Etsy shop for 2 years now and they are among customer favorites without fail every time I find a new one. I forage all over for vintage, made in the U.S.A., cast iron pans. I season each pan myself and bring it back to life before it arrives at a new doorstep so they can go from box to oven, stove, or open flame.

This particular pan measures 6.5 inch, is considered a #3, and is a $42.00 value from my shop.


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Now down to business:
To enter, simply leave a comment on this post and tell me your favorite thing to fix in a cast iron pan. Simple lamb chops with rosemary, garlic, sea salt, and fresh ground pepper is my favorite dish in these types of pans.

Each of the following will earn you an additional entry:
  • Follow this blog by clicking the "join this site" button in the right sidebar and leave a new comment on this post letting me know.
  • "Like" E.A.T on Facebook , and or follow me on Twitter — then leave 2 separate comments on this post for each letting me know you've done so.
  • Share this post by clicking the Facebook Like button at the top of the post and leave a new comment on this post letting me know you've done so.
  • Tweet about the giveaway including the following: "@TimVidraEats is giving away this vintage cast iron pan: http://tinyurl.com/7qng86q" with anything else you'd like to include - then leave a new comment on this post letting me know you've done so.
The giveaway will end Saturday, December 17th, 2011 at 11:59 PM EST; the winner will be auto-generated using Random.org and updated in this post shortly thereafter. Note: while I cannot guarantee delivery in time for the holidays, I will try my best!

Be sure to come visit to find out the winner and good luck!



***Update: This giveaway has ended, the lucky winner is commenter #198, jenzen69, who says she likes cooking hash browns in a skillet!  Thanks to all that participated and stay tuned for future giveaways right here at E.A.T.! ***

341 comments:

  1. Not sure I should give a cast iron skillet to my wife for Christmas. Don't they hurt?

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  2. liked it… whew, I need a beer to relax.

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  3. yep indeed. i liked it. beer tastes good.

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  4. damn, i just tweeted in public and now i'm sharing it with the world @garygarbettart Enjoy ya'll!

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  5. I have a coveted 12" Wagner given to my dad from the elderly lady next door who watched me after school. Dad got into a cornbread phase and she gifted him this awesome pan. It went into hiding for a while, but it found its way back to me. It's my favorite cooking vessel ever. I do anything from stir-fry to cornbread in it.

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  6. Ah, the perfect vessel for my favorite holiday brunch: the frittata. Perfect to cook everything in and then throw in the oven for evenly cooked egg perfection. My favorite is simple: asparagus and goat cheese with simple classic seasonings.

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  7. Cast iron makes everything yummy. Like fajitas!

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  8. i've never had a skillet like this before...i suppose breakfast potatoes?
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  9. ooooh what a fun giveaway! I love making rosti potatoes!

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  10. I clicked the like button on the top.

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  11. Totally love making pancakes or skillet cornbread in these types of skillets!

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  12. I tweeted about the giveaway...thanks!

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  13. Oh! I love to make everything in my cast-iron skillet! It is fabulous! One thing I love to make in it is hamburger stroganoff (which I then put over homemade noodles!)

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  15. Cornbread! Yum.

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  27. Ooooh, thanks for a fun giveaway!
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  28. pot roast

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  29. I love making Dutch Babies in cast iron pans!
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  33. Thank you so much for offering such a wonderful giveaway. My favorite thing to cook in a cast iron skillet is cornbread. One of the absolute best meals on Earth is crumbled cornbread in a tall glass of milk. Pure heaven. :)

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  39. I love to broil filet mignon with a little sea salt and pepper:) Yum!
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  44. I am entering and hoping this is open to Canada?? Please let me know if it is not.

    My most favorite thing to make in the cast iron pan is cornbread!
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  50. Fried Chicken!!!
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  51. I like to make cornbread in a cast iron pan.

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  54. I like to make cookies in a cast iron skillet.

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  58. I don't cook but my sister would make wonderful meat dishes with these pans ( :

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  59. I love making cornbread in cast iron skillets, it turns out fantastic!


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  61. Okay, there is NOTHING like fresh baked cornbread in a cast iron pan! WONDEROUS!!

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  66. i am a new follower to your blog! Looking forward to more E.A.T.

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  68. A light pancake that puffs up, filled with apples!

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  69. Grilled cheese or paninis - yum!

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  73. Hi, fried polenta the day after and every kind of sauce.

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  74. Fried chicken steak is great to make in a cast iron pan.
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  75. Fish fillets!

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  79. My sister makes cornbread is a cast iron skillet -- LOVE it!

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  81. I liked on FB. Linda Steelman Jarraf(on FB)

    nothing like cornbread made in an cast iron skillet. Is that just a southern thing??

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  82. I can't cook at all, I have a friend who LOVES to cook in cast iron and really wants to teach me how!

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  83. Cast iron will make a mean cheddar and green chili cornbread!

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  84. Bolognese sauce!

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  86. Actually, I like recalling my grandmother and mother fixin' fried chicken in my grandparent's kitchen in North Carolina using a cast-iron pan when I was little. The aroma and deliciousness that can only come from a cast iron deep-fried chicken meal will remain with me forever!!!

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  87. I like cooking every kind of oil-seeds to make them roasted and frizzled :)
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  88. I like to cook boneless pork chops in a cast iron skillet! Sadly, I lost mine during my recent move across the country...I would LOVE to add this one to my kitchen!

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  89. I love cooking Chicken Parmesan! Yum!!

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  91. Cornbread is the BEST in a cast iron!

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  95. Lamb in a cast iron, sounds good indeed. Or maybe a tuna tartar? So many possibilities...!
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  96. Love to make cornbread in my iron skillet

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  97. I like making garlic shrimp scampi with lemon risotto.
    Thanks for the chance.
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  98. I read Rachel's comment and agree that crepes are great.
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  99. my fav thing to make is chicken picatta or simple cornbread :)

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  100. liked this post at the top of the page!

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  101. Cornbread---I am jonesing for some right now!

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  102. I love Fried Chicken made in a cast iron pan.

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  107. I like to make stir fry in them.
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  108. Easy- Cornbread. old fashioned recipe

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  109. My Internet has slowed to a crawl but, after 2 minutes waiting for this page to load, I finally left a comment for the cast iron skillet...

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  110. following on Facebook and twitter ...is there any other way to fry chicken like mama used to?

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  111. My favorite thing to cook in a cast iron skillet is fried potatoes with onions. Thanks for the giveaway:)
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  112. I love to bake or fry just about anything you can think of...old fashion pineapple upside-down cake is yummy.

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  116. i love smashed eggs with tomatoes)))

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  119. Cast iron is the secret to make good cornbread.
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  120. I use my cast iron pan to cook chopped onions on the barbecue. Perfect every time!
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  122. Love to cook scrambled eggs in them
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  128. I would love to make a chocolate chip cookie in it, yum. ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

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  129. I am doing almost everything in such vessel but mine is soooo old now.
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  134. potato pancakes. I "lost" a whole set of cast iron skillets in a move several years ago, and was brokenhearted.

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  140. oh, how I miss my cast iron! It was left behind at a camp site miles and mies from home. {Who ever has it now better be taking good care of it!} If my karma comes around I'll be a happy camper making zucchini frittatas once again, as well as half batches of monkey bread!

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  141. I'm following along via GFC

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  142. Good ole fashioned corn bread in the oven.
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  143. The only thing I've ever made in a skillet is a fritatta, partially because the skillet wasn't mine. I'd love to attempt cornbread though, if I won this one: everyone keeps saying how they make it the best.
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  144. I love making pancakes in the cast iron skillets!
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  152. Cornbread - just like my grandmother made

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  153. I've never had a cast iron pan like that, but I could imagine myself cooking up some chicken with rosemary!
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  154. Favorite thing to fix are my homestyle potatoes with lots of spices and garlic...ciao4now64@yahoo.com

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  156. I get my cast iron pan screaming hot on the grill, then make Uncle Yan's Sizzling Salt and Pepper Shrimp, from "The Breath of the Wok". If not that, skillet cornbread or pan fried chicken.

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  157. I apologize - I said I did all this - but my computer is loading like a snail... which I Never cook on cast iron... even if I ate meat, snails would not be on my menu....ever...

    I did like, join and share though...off to finish that paper so I can go about the Bday celebratory month

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  158. Fried chicken! I like to marinate my chicken for about a and half with buffalo ading sauce, fresh garlic, onions and seasonings. Then flour it and fry in a cast iron pan full og peanut oil and butter. Yum! Yum! What a good recipe.

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  159. Oh, cornbread, definitely, although I use my grandmother's Wagner for just about everything except tomato-based dishes. I heat the pan as the oven heats, with some bacon grease in it--when I pour the batter in, that SIZZZZLE and snap and the smell of bacon makes my mouth start watering!

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  160. I like to make stove top cornbread & fried chicken.

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  161. A good seared steak. lugnutjunk@att.net

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  162. I'm not sure what I would like to cook in a cast iron pan. I've never used one before. I think I would start with ham and eggs.

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  163. I like to make stirfry!

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  166. My fav to cook in a skillet is pancakes and sausage.
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  168. I've never had the pleasure of cooking in a cast iron pan, but I would love to cook cornbread in it!

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  172. I love to make gravy and biscuits!

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  177. I only have a cast iron grill pan but I love grilled salmon cooked in it.

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  183. I love to cook country gravy with sausage in my cast iron skillet.

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  184. i like cooking hashbrowns in skillet
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