Griddle iron

Today’s object is a griddle iron. A griddle is a cooking device consisting of a broad flat surface that may be heated using a variety of means, and is used in both residential and commercial applications for a variety of cooking operations.  The griddle is most commonly a flat metal plate, but in the non-industrialized world or more traditional cultures it may be made of a brick slab or tablet.  In residential applications a griddle may be composed of cast or wrought iron, aluminum, or carbon steel.

TN.0018.125

If you have information about this griddle iron that would be useful for our catalogue contact the museum on 0800 111 323 or museum@stdc.govt.nz, Aotea Utanganui Museum of South Taranaki Heritage Collection TN.0018.125.

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