Treasured: Robert Newton's Heirloom Pan

My Last Supper photographer Melanie Dunea peeks into the minds of working chefs and uncovers their most prized possessions.
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"At the end of every Southern breakfast, all of the leftovers usually go into the cast-iron pan and stay on top of the stove all day, just hanging out. Throughout the day, we used to go and grab a leftover sausage or biscuit and make a biscuit snack."

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