The first known frying pans were used by the Sumerians in ancient Mesopotamia as long ago as the 6th-4th centuries BC.
A frying pan, frypan, or skillet is a flat-bottomed pan used for frying, searing, and
browning foods. It is typically 200 to 300 mm (8 to 12 in) in diameter with ...
Frying Pans are wide, shallow pans with a long handle and sloping sides. If the
sides are straight, it's a sauté pan.
JEPSON ELECTRIC FRYING PAN 5 Shuts-Sheet 4 Filed Dec. 2, 1953 g mm
LILHPILLI j J INVENTOR. MQ/Z W1 GP 7 M May 8, 1956 l. JEPSON 2,744,995.
The history of the first frying pan is a little sketchy since ithas been used for
thousands of years.
Jan 20, 2001 ... There is a certain amount of confusion regarding the name for that three-legged,
long-handled frying pan we call a “spider.” Collectors of ...
Frying pans were invented in ancient Mesopotamia, which eventually gave rise to
these greasy treats. A delicious look back in time.
John Dopyera, who rightfully considered himself an inventor, ironically thought
that ... Early literature illustrates both 6- and 7-string versions of the Frying Pan.
the griddle» or «in the pan». Roman authors also describe in the first century AD
the frying of eggs. Writers in the Middle Ages, Cervantes and Chaucer both.
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they created the world's first smart frying pan: Pantelligent.