Cast-Iron Pans and Paying It Forward
“Hold a cast-iron skillet and you’ll feel the weight of this history through the handle.”
Harry Harris is a writer and musician from Wales, based in Edinburgh. His work has appeared in MEL Magazine, Eater, VICE, and Mundial. Tweets @Cmonharris, Laughs @ own jokes.
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