POTS, PANS, AND OTHER COOKERY – CEE’S FUN PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Dishes, Pots, Pans, Silverware

Famille Rose plate, mid 19th century

The Cuisinart and other stainless collection

Modern plates from Maine and Mexico

Pots and pans, easy to get to

The rice cooker (couldn’t live without it!), slow cooker (a small one, good for two people). Microwave, some spices and more pots

11 thoughts on “POTS, PANS, AND OTHER COOKERY – CEE’S FUN PHOTO CHALLENGE

    • I did a major revision of pots — basically got rid of anything I didn’t use. I kept a couple of large pots because they have other uses occasionally, but otherwise, I have almost exactly what I need. It really helped to get rid of all that stuff!

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  1. The rose plate is truly lovely. Your pots and pans are so shiny – they look new. If I put my pots and pans out there I’d have to hide in shame.
    Leslie

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    • They are all pretty new — relatively, anyway — and this time, from the beginning I took very good care of them. There are only two of us in the house, so it’s not that hard to maintain this stuff properly. Especially because the only ones taking care of them are me and Garry. When there were a lot of slobs around, it was more like “impossible”!

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      • I have one pot that must be 50 years old. I use it for popcorn sometimes and that is always the end of it. I’ll never get that pot clean.
        Leslie

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        • Once they get to a certain point of dirty, you can’t clean them. My older ones weren’t all that bad being mostly cast iron, but everything else was disgusting. All the glass, steel, and aluminum? Horrible. I got rid of everything except one cast iron pan (the really old one) and a flat skillet for making pancakes. Everything else left.

          The dirt was part of the reason, but the weight was the other. Those iron pans are heavy with nothing in them. Loaded with food, I could barely lift them with two hands and even Garry was having trouble with them. The really old ones are much lighter than the new ones that come out of China.

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