1930s Vermont picked soapstone trammel griddle, round
Picked this in a Vermont cabin, right off the trammel hook where it had been cooking breakfasts since the 1930s
Probably made by one of Vermont’s legendary Soapstone griddle makers, but no maker’s mark
Approximately 12” across
Soapstone is naturally non-stick and has been well-documented as a cooking surface back to very early First American days in this country
The trammel in a fireplace is the mechanism found in many very old Northeast cabins and homes that allows for open hearth cooking. The cast iron device swings in and out of the fireplace and people would hang griddled like this or Dutch ovens over the fire to prepare meals
Griddle can be used on any gas stove, outdoor grill or open fireplace. Also makes a great bread or pizza stone.
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