The Winter 2013 issue of Edible Rhody features a story about Jim Hamann, a beekeeper who lovingly refurbishes vintage copper pots.
|Gorgeous copper pot photo via Adam Liaw.|
If you've got copper cookware that could use some TLC, try Jim's recipe for natural copper polish.
- 1/2 c white vinegar
- 1 TBS salt
- 3 TBS flour, or enough to make a thin paste
Got burned food in your copper pot? Don't scrub it or you'll ruin the soft tin lining. Jim recommends removing burned food from a copper pan with hot water and a squirt of dish soap.
If you have inherited any copper pots from your granny, I suggest you heed Jim's advice. Did you know those things are superexpensive? I just saw a set of copper cookware for $1,500 on Amazon! Hot damn!
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