I have a frying pan with a metal lid. The lid has a small threaded post sticking out of the top of it onto which a wooden knob is screwed. The threads inside the knob have become stripped so the knob will no longer stay attached to the pan lid.
This would seem like a job for either Krazy Glue or Gorilla Glue if not for the high temperature that the fix will have to endure. All of the glues that I find that boast a specific temperature rating do not seem appropriate to the task (pastes, ribbons, etc.). Many glues are described as "temperature resistant" or "can handle temperature changes", but I don't know what those phrases really mean.
One common high-temp substance is silicon sealer, but that isn't going to provide the strength I need for this job, right?
In short, what is the best glue to use on a frying pan lid/knob?