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    Musta got knida warm in there in the summer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by steeley View Post
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    and apparently they hang out there probably for washing up ahhhhhhhhhhh Paris.
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    In my dream world, all pro kitchens look like this.

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    Wow,wow,wow. Great photos.

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    I so want to use ovens like those. They look so simple to use and very efficient. Well once you get the fire going any way.

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    I love all of that gleaming copper.

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    and yes that's a knife cleaner.
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    I like this thread. Copper cookware used to be one of those things that I always read about in books, but having never seen one I had doubts whether they actually existed or not.
    We used to have a wood stove in my childhood home(s), obviously they were not Victorian-fancy but a stove is a stove is a stove. I remember my brother destroying mom's handbag by putting it on the stove, poor guy had no idea it'd still be hot.

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    Think of all the copper poisoning!
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    I Think more people would be more concerned about copper in the ground water then pans.
    There were a lot more retinning services at that time .
    and do not cook acidic foods in the pans.

    sometimes the question comes up were do you go for retinning
    so here you go not cheap but if you got a good deal on a pan or pot .
    http://http://www.rockymountainretinning.com/
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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