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1 Cooking Equipment on Tue Jun 01, 2010 12:39 am

Posted on Texas Civilian Yahoo list September 2008 by Vicki Betts.

Where would you suggest purchasing a reasonably accurate tea kettle, gridiron, dripping pan, cake pan or pie plate? I don't even know what accurately constructed examples of the last three would consist of. Sheet metal the thickness of my repro sheet metal frying pan? It seems most modern teakettles have that "cool handle" wrap around them, and I'm hesitant to find and use old ones, not knowing what might have been in them at some point. (I haven't died from my gypsy pot yet,

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