When Eisenhower, JFK, and LBJ were in office, rarely would you find a kitchen that didn’t have one.
Waking up each morning to the smell of bacon, sausage, and fried potatoes was just how the world turned in 1960s Ashdown, Arkansas.
And an electric skillet was part of what made that possible.
By John Moore
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