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Pots and Pans?

Postby Brocky » Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:32 pm

Just got thru wahing dishes and got a courisity thought.

How many of you are still using the old copper bottom Revere Ware made in Oneida, NY?

We still have 2 frying pans and 3 sauce pans that my mother bought in the 50's and are still using them.
We also have about 4 each, of both the clear Corning Pyrex and White with blue snowflakes, baking dishes from that era.

It was not only Brockways that upstate NY built tough!
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby Green Giant2 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 6:43 pm

Brocky wrote:Just got thru wahing dishes and got a courisity thought.

How many of you are still using the old copper bottom Revere Ware made in Oneida, NY?

We still have 2 frying pans and 3 sauce pans that my mother bought in the 50's and are still using them.
We also have about 4 each, of both the clear Corning Pyrex and White with blue snowflakes, baking dishes from that era.

It was not only Brockways that upstate NY built tough!

yes i never gave it a thought. we have some of the copper bottom pans too, how many other brockway guys are doing dishes too. hmm well!!!
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby Steve B » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:00 pm

Yes, I also wash the copper botttom pans, Corning baking dishes and Correlle plates. All Made in the USA and NY. Old stuff is good!
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby Green Giant2 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:23 pm

o.k. i stuck my foot in my mouth, i looked at the bottoms ans it said clinton Ill.
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby STRETCH » Mon Jan 21, 2013 7:49 pm

Okay...here's another thought.

How many of you have got your apron strings caught in the fan blades of your Brockway??? :oops:

Just kiddin.. my bride says you're all "Brockway drivin domestic GODS.!" :lol:

Stretch 8) i personally am not allowed to do the dishes.....i do them "wrong".(According to the boss.) - but she's right, as usual.
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby STRETCH » Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:08 pm

OKAY.... new lesson learned.
Never leave the computer unattended while you have a post in progress.

SOMEONE who shall remain....in trouble, will sneek in and finish the post and send it before you get a chance to finally check it!!


Stretch :oops:
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby anthony masone sr » Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:38 pm

:lol: It sounds like you guys have a brain freeze :lol: :lol:
even though it's only 60° here in Florida. 8)
It's a little cold for me but I'm still outside working 8)
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby benitog1971 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 8:45 pm

STRECH,did you have a pie in the oven you had to check on :?:
I think my still has a copper bottom, and maybe a brass radiator,not for certain.

those copper bottoms sure do cook evenly..
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby dockmen027 » Mon Jan 21, 2013 9:56 pm

Brocky wrote:Just got thru wahing dishes and got a courisity thought.

How many of you are still using the old copper bottom Revere Ware made in Oneida, NY?

We still have 2 frying pans and 3 sauce pans that my mother bought in the 50's and are still using them.
We also have about 4 each, of both the clear Corning Pyrex and White with blue snowflakes, baking dishes from that era.

It was not only Brockways that upstate NY built tough!


Between 1977-80, I hauled black oil out to Revere Ware regularly, I bought a set of pots and pans for my Parents and for my girl friend at the time, at the company store. I still have and use my Parents set...
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby Emery Johnston » Tue Jan 22, 2013 6:40 pm

We have a set! (And Dawn was obviously thinking of me)
If I remember correctly mine was purchased by my Mom from a door to door salesman.

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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby Huskiedrive361 » Wed Jan 23, 2013 12:10 am

I have some as well.
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Re: Pots and Pans?

Postby GreenMtnMan » Wed Jan 23, 2013 6:33 am

Yes I have a set that my folks got when were married in 1958! Even have a four cup coffee pot with the glass top. It's good for company who want to see what a real cup of coffee is like. If you're not used to percolated coffee it will make your hair stand on end!
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