A Reinvented Skillet, From a Cookery Guru and Obama’s Logo Designer | Wired Design | Wired.com

Cast-iron cook pots were first used in China, circa 500 BC, and didn’t change much as they made their way across the centuries to the West Coast of the United States in time for the gold rush of 1849. Even today, a pan at Williams-Sonoma would be easily recognizable to a rice farmer from the banks of the Yangtze or a cowboy on the plains. But a Portland-based startup called Finex is trying to bring modern design to the 2,500-year-old cooking vessel.

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