Blu skillet 7inch gratin

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Blu skillet 7inch gratin

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This is a brand new Blu skillet, a 7 inch gratin. You can check the link at the bottom to learn more. Blu skillets are hand made carbon pans, made by a couple in Seattle and they can be hard to get. They scream quality and should last a lifetime, they are guaranteed for a lifetime.This will be the last pay it forward thread for me. If you work in the food industry, if you own a restaurant, if your a cook, if your a server, if your hostess, a waiter then this give away is for you. If you have a 100+ posts and work in the food industry this skillet is on me, shipping is on me. All I ask is that you pay it forward when you get the opportunity.

https://bluskilletironware.com/shop/7-g ... g5fr-rrpfn
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You're a good man, sir. +1

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Wow.

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👍🏻👍🏻 To you Sean

Man those look sleek. Never heard of Blu..

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dc2123 wrote:
Wed Mar 25, 2020 1:43 pm
👍🏻👍🏻 To you Sean

Man those look sleek. Never heard of Blu..
To make a crude comparison to sharp pointy things, Blu Skillets are sorta like Raquin or Comet: boutique producers with a demand significantly higher than supply that insta-sell out when they go on sale.

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Wow, this is a helluva PiF!!! I have a Blu 10” french skillet, and it’s fantastic.
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Dude... :shock: ...👏
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That's awesome. One of these other out of work cooks it's about to get they're day brightened for real. And mine has been brightened by your cascade of generosity these past few days. Thank you

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The skillet has found a new home. I had fun doing these give aways. I hope life gets back to normal soon and until then I hope we all do what we can to ease the stress and difficulties this has caused for so many. Peace.
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Ah!

How did I miss this one?!
We just moved back home out of the U.S and man do the ovens feel small here!
My DeBuyer's handle won't fit inside the oven anymore - and gratin is exactly what we liked preparing with it in the oven.
You really are a class-act, Sean. Goodonyamate

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What a lovely, fantastic gesture. I have a couple of these in this size and they are beloved. Sean, you need a halo! Gotta say, I am currently on the other side of the country from my normal home, and I miss my Blu Skillet pieces hugely. What an inspiration to behave wonderfully and think of others in these tough times. To the new owner—enjoy!

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