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Re: Re: /schools/chef

> From: Melody <mhobertm@excite.com>
> Judy: FWIW, my favorite cookware is RevereWare...got a basic set
for a
> wedding gift 16 years ago and still have the same set today, plus
> I've added over the years. Stands up to any abuse you can dish out
to it
> during the course of cooking at home. It has become our standard
> gift to young couples. Not fancy stuff, but does a great job for a
> moderate amount of money.

Mine, too, Melody.  I've got some pieces that I've had for about 40
years and they weren't new when I got them, being handed down to me
by an elderly relative...still work just fine.  Only problem I've
found with them is that the screws that hold the handles together
have a tendency to come out.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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